Another shot of my gauges...

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  1. ckrieg

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    wow very nice how did you get them all to move does it do it on start up? :confused:
     
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    very impressive. Nice colors. It's time for the thumbs...:thumbup::thumbup:





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    awesome angle for that as well, excellent picture!

    what kind of shutter speeds and f stop were you using?
     
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    Wow...nice shot!!!
     
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    Yup... Its official, I like.
     
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    Very nice colors, nice timing as well.
     
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    wow this picture is cool.

    I am also interesting in the specs of this shot.
     
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    a great shot.
    according to exif info it's f/8 at 3.2''

    my only question is how did you manage to make them move.
    i assume that you didn't go all the way to 260km/h and the fuel level don't drop so fast.

    they move on startup?
     

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