Cool story on Rob Galbraith

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    this is what he brings to games,
    "Staff photographer Bob Rosato's collection of gear is fairly typical. To a football game he takes four or five EOS-1D bodies and 600mm f/4, 400mm f/2.8, 300mm f/2.8, 70-200mm f/2.8, and 50mm f/1.4 lenses. For basketball, he adds five or six EOS-1Ds cameras and dispenses with the 400 and 600mm lenses. Of the ten or so camera bodies that he takes to a basketball game, many are of course mounted overhead or around the basket for remote operation.

    Rosato controls the basketball remotes with up to ten of LPA Design's Flash Wizard II units, which are designed specifically for syncing multiple cameras to one set of strobes. (He and other staffers still use a few remoted Hasselblads at basketball games and say that nothing else looks quite as good.) For his non-basketball remote setups, Rosato carries eight PocketWizard MultiMAX transceivers." WOW :shock:
     
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    Holy #$%! Can you imagine the value of all of that equipment??? :shock: :shock: :shock:
     

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