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Well, you're getting 4 from me today, and I guess I'm actually cheating, Jodie took these with my camera, I haven't pressed the shutter all day..

On all my days off for the last month the wind has been too strong to fly the drone, it died off a little before tea so I ventured out. My intention was to pose a shot with Jodie on the controls out of focus and the drone in front of her in sharp focus, unfortunately the wind was still too strong so I daren't let go.
Anyway, Jodie took these with the Fuji set to electronic shutter at f/2, they range from 1/16000 to 1/23000, that and the fast rotors give a very strange effect to the images, none have been altered. I've included the last just to prove I got it down safely (times in the EXIF) :yes






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31 minutes ago, Ron said:

A rotating globe BP now that is cool, where did you get that.


Got it in France last year. They are amazing to watch as they rotate within their clear outer casing when sunlight hits them, you can pick it up, spin it, twirl it but the actual globe inside stays the right way up and continues to spin. Quite a heavy thing as they're filled with oil, going to make a stand out of driftwood when i find a nice piece.

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