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Offline flamestone

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Just a sneak peak for now...  will hopefully be able to release more photos soon.

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Offline dkabab

looks really nice in that blue, looking forward to see the rest of the pics :thumbsup:



Offline mondi

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Love the Grille shot, looks like it want's to eat you!!!!!!!    :biting:



Offline flamestone

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There's been a long delay in getting the corresponding article published on The Motor Report, so I'm releasing my photos without it.

Full set here:  http://www.flamestone.com/index.php?option=com_gallery2&Itemid=4&g2_itemId=2454

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I've tried to cover shapes and angles we don't see in other reviews.  So hopefully you'll see something different.

Or alternatively it could just be more self indulgent tripe.   :fap:


But what really struck me was the comprehensive branding detail.  Take the stainless steel binders on the owner's manual for example...

Cool huh?

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Offline dkabab

must have missed this, great shots as always, love the detail!



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Thanks guys.


And yeah Dave if you don't already have a macro lens, add that to the list along with the ultra wide angle.   :thumbsup:



Offline dkabab

If you consider a 70-200 2.8 macro as a genuine macro….. then yeah, but something to add. I was thinking of a 50mm 1.8 or something similar. And they’re cheap as too.



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Yeah you definitely want a prime lens for best results IMO.



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