Sorry Androooo

So, I was away in college for Rennsport Reunion. However, I love Porsches. So, during Thanksgiving Weekend I’m going to “participate” in Rennsport Reunion now that I’m home and have access to my Porsche collection.

Some won’t be making an appearance (Rothmans 962 in particular) but there will be plenty of new features that haven’t been seen before.

My girlfriend brought me home, so I borrowed her camera to take some proper pictures of my GT2 RS. It’s an older 12.2 Megapixel Camera, but I had more options to play with.

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Now the quality isn’t going to be much different- my iPhone X camera is a 12 megapixel camera. However, I don’t have access to ISO, F-stop, or lens shutter time.

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So many of these pictures were absolutely trial and error & learning to take semi decent shots. However, now I want a camera for Christmas. Camera, new model car, or put it towards my 1:1 car? That’s the real question.

At the moment I’m on the hunt for a particular Spark 1:18 LeMans car... but so far the search has been futile. So I haven’t even figured out a market value price for it, nor do I have options. As much as I hate to say it, I might just have to buy the first one I find.

Not sure what my options are at this point. Hope when I do find it, it won’t be too expensive.

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But, here’s the thing about a Camera- the options. This final photo- and my favorite- was achieved on a 15 second shutter time and the highest ISO possible (I remembered SN210 tip on that!!). I turned off all the lights (and edited out all the background ones), and used my phone screen to cast a white light around the car.

Like always- I love feedback on my editing and picture abilities, especially since I’m thinking about getting an actual camera.

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Anyway- I hope you guys enjoy the first day of my Late Rennsport Reunion!!

Tomorrow comes this cars great grandfather, from California ;)