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Nikon D5 Captured F1 Crash in Amazing Details

Last Updated on March 25, 2016 by PixelPluck

Nikon D5 Captured F1 Crash in Amazing Details.

While covering the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne,  Daniel Kalisz, an Australian photographer who was part of Nikon team, picked turn 3/4 on the track: a great choice for what was about to unfold. Down on the straight in the 17th lap, when trying to pass on the outside, Fernando Alonso clipped the rear of Esteban Gutiérrez’s Haas at full speed and within seconds, it was mayhem.

Daniel Kalisz was using a Nikon D5 camera along with AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/4E FL ED VR and an AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E III. The camera perfectly captured the after math within few mili seconds after the crash of Fernando Alonso (ESP) in McLaren MP4-31. Here are the photographs that he and his Nikon D5 managed to capture in great detail.

Daniel focused on car and despite of the car coming towards him the camera was able to focus on it consistently.
Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren MP4-31 crashes at Formula One World Championship, Rd1, Australian Grand Prix, Race, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, Sunday 20 March 2016. Nikon D5, AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/4E FL ED VR and an AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E III @ f/5.6 | 700.0 mm | 1/800 sec | ISO 640
All Photo credit: © Mark Sutton (GBR) Sutton Images www.sutton-images.com

Nikon D5 F1 crash samples (2)

Nikon D5 F1 crash samples

Nikon D5 F1 crash samples

Nikon D5 F1 crash samples

 

Nikon D5 F1 crash samples

Fortunately Alonso was safe.
Fortunately Alonso was safe.

Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren MP4-31 crashes at Formula One World Championship, Rd1, Australian Grand Prix, Race, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, Sunday 20 March 2016. Nikon D5, AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f/4E FL ED VR and an AF-S Teleconverter TC-14E III @ f/5.6 | 700.0 mm | 1/800 sec | ISO 640 Photo credit: © Mark Sutton (GBR) Sutton Images www.sutton-images.com

Also Check High ISO Samples of Nikon D5 here.

Via: NikonBlog

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  1. You mean, with normal DSLR detail.

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