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      02-18-2009, 04:14 AM   #67
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Who's the official photographer for UK7 ???
Matt and Viv normally have done it when I have been there, but I think Paul and Tony and probably many others do.

Floyds car makes the ideal photo car being LHD, makes rolling shoots easier!
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I don't think there will be a shortage of photos - Every meet I've been to so far, always loads of cameras!!! I'll be bringing mine.
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Matt will have his huge camera with lense longer than his arm I expect!
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will there be loads of cameras to film the cruise?...I want to make sure, I get some nice video shoots! unlike my amateur ones with me holding the camera phone! lol
"Cruise"? This is not some annual Chavs 'do

I presume our Saturday drive out will be more a hoon or a "drive out" than a "cruise"

As for videos, anyone know the position with the law on this? I think it's a nice idea though, I want a video of my car too
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Why would it be illegal Nicola?
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Assuming I make it... I was planning on bringing the suction cup and mount I have for my SLR. Could be good for some video/stills while we are out and about - people overtaking etc. Some sample shots below (also posted on the photography thread a while ago...) My SLR does HD video and gives good results but I haven't had the time to work out how to post it anywhere....
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Wont be risking my camera outside the car! Mine does 720p but its so massive in size, its hard to share it!
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Why would it be illegal Nicola?
I don't know, I thought it might be like using a mobile phone is?
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I don't know, I thought it might be like using a mobile phone is?
It would be if the driver was using the camera, but if it's on a mount and on all the time there is no harm in it (other than collecting incriminating evidence of your manouvers !!!)
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Matt will have his huge camera with lense longer than his arm I expect!
It certainly was a big one, I remember gasps coming from some members as he unzipped and produced it.
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It certainly was a big one, I remember gasps coming from some members as he unzipped and produced it.
Luckily a few of us were able to help Matt carry the weight of it. It was massive and no way could he hold that beast on his own. Nicola had never seen one so big
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and Biscuits thanks for the clarification
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Luckily a few of us were able to help Matt carry the weight of it. It was massive and no way could he hold that beast on his own. Nicola had never seen one so big

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Plum, would be awesome to bring the suction thing!! Nice one.
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Plum, would be awesome to bring the suction thing!! Nice one.
Carl, I don't want to know what you get up to in your hotel room with suction things and plums, thank you!
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Carl, I don't want to know what you get up to in your hotel room with suction things and plums, thank you!
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I'm definitely not staying......
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Are you coming for dinner on Saturday ?
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"Cruise"? This is not some annual Chavs 'do

I presume our Saturday drive out will be more a hoon or a "drive out" than a "cruise"
"In the context of driving, a "hoon" is someone who drives recklessly and dangerously (eg: brunouts, donuts, speeding, cutting corners, street racing, etc), often whilst listening to loud music, with their windows down, and trying to look tough. The term is most often associated with young males (around the 17-25 age group) in hotted up cars."

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Nowt wrong wit a hoon....
There is if your car can't keep up!!

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