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Hi all. We have invested in a new camera and went out during the night to see how well it can handle the low light images. The result was actually rather impressive! So please enjoy the snaps we managed to get.

It isn't a new area, but it is a good place to get some shots. Feel free to let us know which pic you guys like!

Keep in touch to see some new places real soon. Cheers,

C

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Thanks, still getting used to using this forum haha! And we went for an old school but reliable dslr nikon d3300. Entry level but does the job brilliantly. Quite pricey even second hand nowadays still but was well worth it.

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10 hours ago, crabb said:

Thanks, still getting used to using this forum haha! And we went for an old school but reliable dslr nikon d3300. Entry level but does the job brilliantly. Quite pricey even second hand nowadays still but was well worth it.

 You can't go wrong with that, it's actually a really good camera :thumb

 

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Hi @crabb

Glad you got some good results 

A lot of the images are missing so could you have a look to see if they've been moved/altered somehow? 

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Hey @jones-y-gog

What browser are you using? It seems to be all there on my side and on my phone too. I will look into as I have put another topic on high places, maybe it's put the pictures on there as they are the same. 

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