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Turkish Stars


Nikon D70, 2005/10/29 11:51:49, Compressed RAW (12-bit), Image Size: Large (3008 x 2000), Lens: Sigma 50-500mm F/4-6.3 D, Focal Length: 500mm, Exposure Mode: Shutter Priority, Metering Mode: Center-Weighted, 1/1000 sec - F/9, Exposure Comp.: 0 EV, Sensitivity: ISO 200, Optimize Image: Normal, White Balance: Auto, AF Mode: AF-S, Flash Sync Mode: Not Attached, Auto Flash Comp: 0 EV, Color Mode: Mode Ia (sRGB), Tone Comp.: Auto, Hue Adjustment: 0°, Saturation: NormalSharpening: Auto, Long Exposure NR: Off

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Turkish Stars (Turk Yildizlari) is the name o aerobatics team of Turkish Airforce. They were

the first team that was using the supersonic jets in aerobatics. This photo was taken

during their show for the 82 th aniversary of Turkish Republic on October 29, 2005.


The plane was 500 meters from me and according to the speaker of the show, it had a

ground speed of 850 km./h. This is one of the early shots of Sigma 50-500 zoom that I

have bought last week. It is quiet sharp and focusing very fast, that can cact that speed.


Thanks for your critiques

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I wil reccomend you, It is very sharp and focusing very fast. I was using Nikon 70-300 G and I had troubles when focusing. Although Nikon recommends f:5.6 or faster for autofocus but thi lens is working properly as its maximum aperture is 6.3 even in low light conditions. And it is cheap (around 900 Dollars) for a 500 mm lens.
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Turk Yildizlar�m�z cok yasasin ve bizleri her zaman gururlandirsinlar.com guzel bir fotograf sevgili Kamil.sana cok tesekkur ederiz ki Turklerin ne kadar kuvvetli olduklar�n� butun dunyaya tanittig�n icin.Tebrikler.
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Tesekkurler Nezif, daha tanitacak cok foto?raf var ama bunun kuyru?undaki bayrak hepsinden guzel. Lutfen fotokritik e Sevgi Akay in sayfasina bak. Sevgi bundan cok daha guzelini cekmis, umarim o da photo.net e yukler.
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