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blackstar

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Hey, this guy is very very strong holding the big camera with BIG lens (is that a 800mm one?) seemingly very steadily without even putting elbows on the bridge for support! No tripod or monopod, and hang a big backpack behind... I am not sure I can do like that with my sigma 150-600mm C for very long time.
 

Marilynne

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Hey, this guy is very very strong holding the big camera with BIG lens (is that a 800mm one?) seemingly very steadily without even putting elbows on the bridge for support! No tripod or monopod, and hang a big backpack behind... I am not sure I can do like that with my sigma 150-600mm C for very long time.

I saw him a couple of times on the loop doing the same thing.
 

Marilynne

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I sincerely hope your friend is a Nikon :cool: shooter!

That looks like one seriously wide lens with a very large filter thread!

Yes, she uses the D7500 and that's the Tamron 150-600mm lens. We try to go out at least once a week since she works and I don't.
 

Dangerspouse

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This was not my photo (obviously), but I thought some here might enjoy seeing a medium format (Mamiya?) camera getting launched by a marsupial:

[h=1]Photographer John Drysdale getting punched in the face by a kangaroo, 1962:[/h]
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