>Perrone, > >If you can field 8 shots exactly like >this then you >can tell me what I do or don't need. That is a very rare >score and an extraordinarily difficult score to capture in a >way that proves it even happened. I am told that no one else >has ever captured that score the way I have, much less a stack >of eight.
Never tried so I can't say what I would or could do. Certainly looks impressive.
> >The mathematics behind that sport demands a minimum of 8fps >for any chance for consistency in capturing the peak instant. >Eight isn't really enough; it is bare minimum to accomplish >anything. Some of those peak instants in time occur within as >little as 1/30s.
So prior to a few years ago, you are saying these shots were impossible? Interesting.
> >From all appearances Nikon is eliminating a tier, which >happens to be my tier. If they eliminated the D4 lineage you >would not be waxing so philosophical about these things.
They did eliminate my tier. The D2xs was the last of its kind. I had to adapt as did all the sports pros. And no, it's never fun or cool to get downsized. Same thing just happened to the Canon guys this year.