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I went up in the Remos at noon today to give the Kenyon 4x4 a workout. I wanted some turbulence (and got it) and put the 0.6 ND filter on, too, to slow the shutter at reasonable apertures. So here's a sample of what it can do for you. At 1/400 second, which is two stops slower than I normally try to shoot aerials with the 70-200, my hit rate is about 60% for keepers and 40% for tack-sharp keepers. Here's a highway interchange at full-frame and again at a 1:1 crop.
The Kenyon and the D800+70-200 is a handful in the cockpit, and it's hard to look through the viewfinder when the subject is approaching 90 degrees to the longitudinal axis. Some adaptation to my normal techniques is required, but for a first effort, I'm quite pleased.
NIKON D800 70.0-200.0 mm f/2.8 lens 70mm f/4.5 1/400s 100 ISO -0.7 EV