Some shots from the dolphins game on Saturday

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  1. robertwsimpson

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    makes me want faster glass:(
     
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    what lens were these shot with? the 55-250?

    instead of better glass... how about a better team to watch? lol
    I'm just messing with ya
     
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    hey we actually won that game, which was a nice surprise.

    and yes, all of these are with the 55-250
     
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    Good stuff for what you had to work with. You and I have allmost the identical stuff. I just added the new Sigma 100 - 400 F4/5.6. Great addition.
     
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    yeah I want to get something that will go out further than 250... that sigma sounds like it would only be useful in broad daylight though. have you used it yet?
     

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