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  1. Some breathtaking images and words and applying an interesting technique in this 31/2 minute video from Gates of the Arctic National Park in the remote Northern Alaska: http://vimeo.com/89216531 There is a link on the page to a site that will soon be explaining how it was made and with more images: http://www.expeditionarguk.com/ .I originally found it on Alaska Dispatch.
  2. Still in the process of AF-finetuning my D7100 with the 300/2.8 VR II, I am not sure if any of the below settings will be the final ones. 1. Splash,splash 1/1000, f/7.1, iso 400, -2/3 eV, AF-correction -10.
  3. This was captured with my 300 2.8VRII +tc20eIII equivalent to approx. 900mm focal length, I should have used a faster shutter speed, unfortunately they appeared suddenly and then they were gone. The light was not very good and it was windy, cold and solid cloud cover. The image has been very slightly cropped. D7100 1/400s f9 iso250 Please click on photo for the larger view
  4. As part of my D7100 tryout, shot with the 28/1.8G.
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