Wow! Thanks for sharing these. I just read through the engine and lens/camera ones and those have to be the best explanation I have ever seen for those topics. Showed a lot of tech info but explained it very well.
Agree about the Mach 1. The better engine (IMO) with about all the goodies from the GT350. I was extremely interested until the pricing was revealed. $59,995 for Recaros + handling pack (in Iconic Silver) was more than I was willing to pay.
@s65 It's a fun diversion that can turn into a half day experience if you'll let it. The guy running it seems to throw out random admission prices based on how much of a sucker he thinks you are though. I think at least two other people have gone while in the Atlanta area on my suggestion and they thought it was worthwhile.
The last time I actually took photos (put in effort) of cars was over 15yrs ago. Planes over 10. Don't let the dream die! I miss the energy too tbh.
@sam-blockhan well, you can buy those plates when you are there...epic car though. Interesting thing about the US Virgin Islands, the cars are left hand drive and they do the UK thing and drive on the left too.
@just-jeepin my wife sells cameras. She said they've seen this coming for a while. She say that Nikkon has no idea what the hell they are doing as well. She also ended up with me so her brain is quite defective...
Oh man, that's good.
I love cloud formations.
Like cloud inversions
I've always wanted to go to Australia and watch a morning glory roll in.
@thejustache I have a somewhat old Canon Rebel T5i. (I bought it at Sears back when they had cameras, that’s how old)
Full manual controls are definitely crucial and it’s better than the also old camcorder I have, but I must say the resolution has always been disappointing. Plenty of MP but the images just aren’t that sharp even in 1080p video, seemingly no matter what lens I’ve tried.
@essextee Screw-on macro lens is the only accessory I have for my D5200, but overall I really like it. I love walking around in our yard trying to take photos of small animals that people normally ignore.
It makes me strangely happy to think about how in ten years or so, COFL will be a grizzled overland badass leading bigger and crazier trips, rescuing new drivers left and right, and exploring even further afield.