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Old 09-12-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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Night Shoot w/ the FR-S!

My first attempt at a night shoot with the FR-S
(Feedback is welcome and appreciated!)

Overall settings on the Canon 550D w/ 28-135mm Lens + CPL Filter + Lens Hood
Shutter: between 5" and 30"
Aperture: between f/9 and f/22
ISO: 100 or 200












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Old 09-29-2012, 12:07 PM   #2
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Dig the ultramarine! I got an Asphalt yesterday and need to go have a shoot with it!
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Old 09-30-2012, 06:48 AM   #4
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Dig the ultramarine! I got an Asphalt yesterday and need to go have a shoot with it!
good deal AT or MT?

I just got back from a 700 mile roadtrip up to the Upper Paninsula and averaged 38.6mpg
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:44 AM   #5
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AT.. It's not a bad auto I'm pretty impressed with it compared to the manual. I'm still hitting about 25 but I'm only on the first tank I'm sure when I put the second tank in ill be consistently hitting 35+
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Old 09-30-2012, 09:35 AM   #6
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AT.. It's not a bad auto I'm pretty impressed with it compared to the manual. I'm still hitting about 25 but I'm only on the first tank I'm sure when I put the second tank in ill be consistently hitting 35+
You won't see the top #s until after the 1000 mile break in... I started really seeing a difference around 1600 miles
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Old 09-30-2012, 02:13 PM   #7
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thats what i was thinking! im driving all over to get through that 1,000 miles asap!
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Old 09-30-2012, 02:15 PM   #8
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so is this a pretty fun little car to drive? i've read good things about it
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Old 09-30-2012, 02:18 PM   #9
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its a blast! its kept me grinning from ear to ear and the way it stays planted and very controlled at a higher speed into turns and even full on sideways! all the while getting good mpg's!





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Old 09-30-2012, 02:50 PM   #10
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nice. i thought it looked cool, but then when i saw it wasn't turbo'd i kinda lost interest...

maybe i'll go test drive one for shits and gigs
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Old 09-30-2012, 05:01 PM   #11
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I sold my '94 twin turbo 3000GT when I bought this... just as a "power reference"

Its not overly fast, but its decently quick, alot more than you'd expect for the #s. The big thing is its lighter than a Prius

Prius@~2800 > FR-S@~2700
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Love the FRS. I actually went to the dealer for that car but instead went with my Tacoma. I'm a bit to big for it. I always think I'm a small little Asian.
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I sold my '94 twin turbo 3000GT when I bought this... just as a "power reference"

Its not overly fast, but its decently quick, alot more than you'd expect for the #s. The big thing is its lighter than a Prius

Prius@~2800 > FR-S@~2700
good to know. post some more pics of the FRS if you don't mind... especially the interior

i think i'll try to go check one out next week
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Jay I think the pics are missing something. Not used to noticing the car in them.

On a side note I tried to sell the wife on an FR-S and she wasn't real receptive to the idea, but she really liked the roadtrip pics.
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Jay I think the pics are missing something. Not used to noticing the car in them.

On a side note I tried to sell the wife on an FR-S and she wasn't real receptive to the idea, but she really liked the roadtrip pics.
anything to get rid of the wife's VW bug right? haha
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good to know. post some more pics of the FRS if you don't mind... especially the interior

i think i'll try to go check one out next week
haha you may get more than you asked for but here goes:









I haven't really taken many interior shots but I'll see if I can get some tmrw

more on FB here (idr if its a public album or not...)
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Jay I think the pics are missing something. Not used to noticing the car in them.

On a side note I tried to sell the wife on an FR-S and she wasn't real receptive to the idea, but she really liked the roadtrip pics.
Maybe this'll help: over the 783 miles of the roadtrip, I averaged 38.5mpg =] and thats with the heavy 245/45's on the rear
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That car is screaming,"drop me an inch." Plus, you'll get better gas mileage due to the lower wind resistance.
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anything to get rid of the wife's VW bug right? haha

Exactly. But I already got rid of it and it really needs to get replaced so I can get my Jeep back. Im working on getting a car we both can agree with.

Jay has been helping me try to convince her on an FR-S with pics but maybe a test will help.
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I like the 3rd pic and down with the back dark but the light down the side.

and this one:
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