How the paparazzi shot Kate.


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I'm surprised he didn't have a spotter with a scope to help him find the target...
 

Rashkae

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Would have been sharper if he used a 1.4x converter and an APS-C body
 

TWmilkteaTW

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Next time buy long long lens need license and personal particular already.
:bsmilie: joking.
 

Oly5050

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Well, if you used the Olympus 300 f2.8 with EC2x you would get 1200 effective and only spend less than $15K.
Or a simple E-M5 with 300mm will get you 600 effective without any converters.
 

Big Kahuna

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Either camera man hand shake after seeing the nude girl or he completely forgotten to turn on VR ;p Either way I won't pay to see the pic :bsmilie:
 

Foxshade

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It's an undeniable proof that canoners are intrusive. They need to learn manners from nikoners. ;p
 

ricohflex

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Maybe using spotting scope. The photographer will be facing criminal charges in the French court.

He is lucky he is not in a place like Sicily, where they have other ways of dealing with such nuisance.
http://listverse.com/2012/04/07/top-10-hitmen-of-the-sicilian-mafia/

Thought MI6 got James Bond. Shouldn't UK use MI6 to teach the photographer + mag editor a lesson?

[video=youtube;4C59ziNcijk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4C59ziNcijk[/video]
 

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ArchRival

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Possible to have dslr with 900mm F/6.3 or 1500mm F/10 for < sgd$2k.
 

UncleFai

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ArchRival said:
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Wow UncleFai is into astrophotography? i wish i could photograph Saturn too, but i don't have equipment for that anymore.
Aiyah... Amateur try try only lah...
 

ArchRival

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Aiyah... Amateur try try only lah...
Ha ha...yes we as amateurs all shot saturn at one time or other. It is a pretty target for little effort. I remember shooting it back in 04. The focal length i used then was ~2000mm. We were all modifying cheapo webcams for astrophotography. Plus the 640x480 res gives extraordinary crop factor. :bsmilie: And back then Saturn's rings was tilted at maximum towards us, and we could even see the shadow of the planet on the rings.



Total cost for setup i think was about sgd$1k then, now should be alot lesser.
 

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