Night Lacrosse -Duke vs Cornell

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From Tuesdays game ISO 1600 SS 650-800
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i like the last 3 considering the light
i wouldn't have posted the 1st 2.....no offense intended of course
i'm not sure why you would push iso to 1600 to get a ss >
1/500 but it shows (sorry)...this is why I quit this bad habit of night sports, at least until hs fb season starts again
 
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Very nice Mark. Sure looks like Duke can draw quite the crowd for any of their sporting events.
 
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i like the last 3 considering the light
i wouldn't have posted the 1st 2.....no offense intended of course
i'm not sure why you would push iso to 1600 to get a ss >
1/500 but it shows (sorry)...this is why I quit this bad habit of night sports, at least until hs fb season starts again
Thanks Randy
 
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Thanks, they always have a pretty good crowd maybe 1500 at this game
Wow. We're lucky if we've been able to get 100 so far this season. And our team is undefeated (6-0), winning their games by an average of 11 points. We are a Division III team, but that's still pretty impressive to me. It's kind of disappointing that our Division I hockey team gets 4000+ fans a night, and our DIII sports who often have much better records (our hockey team finished 10-18-8) get few fans at their games. For example, our baseball team is 8-0, and their first home game is coming up on the 28th. I'd be surprised if the stands were full, but if they are, it sure would be great to see.
 
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Oldtime, the first two seem to have quite a bit more noise than the rest. Were those underexposed and the others not? If not, what do you think the difference was?
 
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Oldtime, the first two seem to have quite a bit more noise than the rest. Were those underexposed and the others not? If not, what do you think the difference was?
The 1st 2 were at the other end of the field at 300mm in a dark spot on the field
the rest where in better light-- closer in at 120-220 mm
That's the difference
 
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