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    Quote Originally Posted by man415 View Post
    Hi Bro Noypi din! I'm expecting my canon 70-200mm F4L would be able to get some good shots as it's F4 also and to test the ISO capability of my 50D. Slmat!
    Bro let me know if you want to join me on F1 shoots, I have 3 days walkabout ticket.

    Will be carry my existing equipment: 50D, 70-200mm F2.8L.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManWearPants View Post
    Think all walkabout tickets sold out. Tough luck. Have to buy earlier next year.
    Bro, friday walkabout $38 still available. Get it quick!

  3. #43

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    sorry guys .. another noob question ... walkabout tickets can walk anywhere is it ?
    how about bay grandstand ? can walk anywhere also ?

  4. #44

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    Quote Originally Posted by lioneldude View Post
    Bro, friday walkabout $38 still available. Get it quick!
    You can get from Singapore Flyers + F1 race package, 3 days deals SGD288.00.

    Circuit gates open from 3pm – 11pm

    - 2 way river cruise transfer (Clarke Quay – Singapore Flyer – Clarke Quay)

    - 1 Singapore Flyer basic flight

    - Access to level 1 viewing gallery at Singapore Flyer (Free standing)

    - Access to enjoy all fringe activities and parties at Singapore Flyer happening from 3pm onwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero o View Post
    sorry guys .. another noob question ... walkabout tickets can walk anywhere is it ?
    how about bay grandstand ? can walk anywhere also ?
    Walkabout for Zone 4 only bro, pls see here:

    http://tickets.singaporegp.sg/index.html
    Last edited by cheaonnlong; 15th September 2009 at 11:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheaonnlong View Post
    Walkabout only for Zone 4 only bro, pls see here:

    http://tickets.singaporegp.sg/index.html
    thanks .. understand now

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    Yup and they will police it by checking passes when ever you cross over to a higher zone.

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    Default Re: SG F1 night race essentials

    is it me or this year's walkabout area seem smaller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syc77 View Post
    is it me or this year's walkabout area seem smaller?
    Last year walkabout area included Zone 2 (SG FLYER) & 3 (BAY GS). This year to avoid overcrowding at Bay Grandstand area, they limited those seats in Zone 4 to their zone. They mentioned one of the reasons was people at Bay GS last year cant get to their seats in time.

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    Default Re: SG F1 night race essentials

    Thanks for all the great tips and answers. How about flash photography?

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    i'm going to zone 1 with a 70-200mm but should i bring a monopod? cant use at grand stands but other spots allowed to use right?

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    Who's going later!
    Waaaooott.... Day one!
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    so tripod is okay right? otherwise will leave it at home...

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    Quote Originally Posted by zratter View Post
    so tripod is okay right? otherwise will leave it at home...
    I think tripod n monopod only allow at Walkabout, not for Grandstand...

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    SG F1 Night Race essentials:
    1. Sunblock (if you're hitting the supporting races)
    2. Earplugs
    3. Poncho (earplulgs and poncho can be bought on site for $2 - aka their "Surivival Pack")
    4. $$$$ (the makan, drinks are priced pretty high inside and you can't BYO)
    5. A good "berak" before you head out

    There, you're all set

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheaonnlong View Post
    I think tripod n monopod only allow at Walkabout, not for Grandstand...
    Is it really confirmed tripod not allow at Grandstand ? I'm going to Turn 1 later.....

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    Now in Funan, earlier on my way here. I can hear the cars going for a trial run and saw some people sitting at those seats, but only a handfull of people.
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    Has a Bay Grandstand ticket and has a 55 ~200mm lens.

    Where should I sit (front or middle or back) to get a good panning shot or at least shots which allows the zoom through the fencing (I mean the photo don't show the fences)?

    Anyone who sits in Bay grandstand last year to share what type of car shots you get there?

    W/o tripod in grandstand...what is the next better alternative to shoot the CBD skyline or Bay area? during the time when no race is on...

    Thanks for any reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OSFlanker View Post
    Thanks for all the great tips and answers. How about flash photography?
    flash photography for?
    eat. drink. shoot

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