h3dii – part iii

With this shot, I wanted to test the fine lines. This crane is about 100 feet in the air from me, maybe more. It’s way up there. I put the 50-110mm on and manually focused on the cab. At 100%, I could see mesh grating below the “morrow” sign. I could even see all the little individual chain links clearly.

It’s just crazy.

5 Responses to “h3dii – part iii”

  1. aminTorres says:

    very cool comp!
    the colors are quite elegant as well

  2. Gerald says:

    If I ever fail to resist the urge to rent this camera myself, I'm sending you the bill buddy 🙂

  3. schmee says:

    how about showing us a 100% crop? so we can make our current cameras feel inadequate while we drool in envy over the h3d.

  4. Jeff Ambrose says:

    How about no more shots from this camera, I don't even make that much a year.

  5. Lauren says:

    is that crane lifting a trash dumpster? holy cow. so many pixels and so much steel in one shot!

    these hd3ii posts are deliciously dorky. i love it.

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