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Delft. Netherlands Army Museum
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Very nice!

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Trevor, no need to say you are more than welcome to use all my pictures.

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Shot RAW+JPEG, then if you have a shot you like or think it can be improved, send me the RAW file and I'll see if I can improve it with postprocessing.


No problem, it will at least be 3 weeks untill my holiday so time enough to practice some more Wink


Your Canon 600D uses the same sensor as 7D, a camera I know pretty well. You can push it safely up to ISO 1600/2000, over that value pictures start getting noisy. With your stabilized lens you should be able to shoot at 1/20 of a second, maybe even up to 1/10 (depending on how steady you are).

In order to do that you have to use TV or P mode, stay away from the "full auto" modes.
Again, for such extreme conditions, you better use RAW.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 7:52 am
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Excellent pics Massimo! Glad you like the place, I work there! The oldest building dates from 1602, the extension that houses the vehicles was built in 1692.

The museum owns many more vehicles that are in storage now, but most should be on display in the new museum.

The vehicles outside are accesible for children to play on & in.

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The museum owns many more vehicles that are in storage now, but most should be on display in the new museum.


Do you have additional info about the new Museum? Are they working on it? Will it be a new or existing building? What will happen in Delft?

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Morris C8 Quad by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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PTRL-CA1 Cheetah by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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The Museum reports this as Quad, but I was pointed it's a Chevrolet Gun Tractor
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 15, 2012 10:22 am
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Isn't that a prototype PRTL? The tracking radar is different than on the ''operational'' vehicles.
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All I can say is that the radome looks different than the one in Overloon.

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It is indeed the prototype of the PRTL.
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