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Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? Help

Discussion in 'General Equipment Chat & Advice' started by GuyverF1, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. Benchista

    Benchista Which Tyler

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    I refer you to my previous post - don't buy it unless you can try it and be absolutely sure it works fully - and given that it's unlikely you'll be able to do that, just don't buy it.
     
  2. LesleySM

    LesleySM Well-Known Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    I would absolutely never buy anything from ebay (or anyone else for that matter) that says "returns:no returns"
     
  3. LesleySM

    LesleySM Well-Known Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    Also odd the seller is listed as "Mr Growbag" and when you click on the name you get a load of complimentary reviews and the comment that Mr Growbag currently has 0 items for sale?
     
  4. GuyverF1

    GuyverF1 Active Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    it was the last of the items i believe. it is just i am struggling to find a lens in my price bracket and this seemed reasonable.
     
  5. LesleySM

    LesleySM Well-Known Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    Frankly it's the "no returns" that kills it for me
     
  6. GuyverF1

    GuyverF1 Active Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    where does it say that

    plus i will be paying through paypal
     
  7. GuyverF1

    GuyverF1 Active Member

  8. Nod

    Nod Well-Known Member

    Re: Hello there, Need Camera for F1 at Silverstone Dilemma??? He

    On my one and so far only trip to Silverstone, I found that 300mm was just about long enough to get most of the frame filled with a car but I could have done with a larger aperture to throw the fencing furter out of focus. I was lucky enough to be with a couple of club members who loaned me one of their guest passes to the infiel so I could get to the insides of the corners and the end of the pitlane (as it was a test session, the drivers were doing practice starts from there so were stationary in front of me with no fence in the way.

    Camera used was a Nikon D200 and the lens was a 70-300 VR.
     

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