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I was at Hockenheim the other week as I have said elsewhere - I didn't think there were many Triumphs there - but there actually were a fair few.

I'm still going through the shots I took - but also have another couple of events to sort too as well as being busy at work (And not at home :( )  

So a small sample of pictures (TBH the views are fairly good for spectating, but not great for photos - unlike Spa which is fab!) 

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Not a Triumph, but I liked the shot! :) 

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I still have my first dslr- 350d though not used for years - I sold my 5d mk1 - stunning camera but canon sat on their laurels for too long and lost out to Nikon. 

Still have my 1d mk3 - good camera but has issues - which i didn’t really know about - or worked around I suppose - until I got the 1Dx. It’s noise control is amazing. Given the right subject iso 25600 is usable. The 350d is pushed at 1600 😂 Though it worked well enough in Barcelona several years ago. 

https://www.mark.colston-online.co.uk/Barcelona/index.html#img=IMG_9360.jpg

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I had a d10 (not a 10d), it was like a brick. Then some toe-rag walzed with that and 2 x 10ds lens and most of my other kit. Cost the insurance a hell of a lot that day. Make sure you're insurex new for old. Its worth it.

The great thing is that you know how to use them too. Stunning work.

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I’m pretty well insured - though not all is new for old - but enough to cover replacement (a few lenses I bought second hand - but the stuff I got new is new for old. Trouble is it soon mounts up -  camera insurance is well over twice the spitfire! 

I had to claim last year when I dropped my 100-400 out of my bag in America. Impressed with the insurance company (aaduki). 

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Used Towergate then. New for old. When I asked them what allowance should I make for 2nd hand stuff bought off ebay they said we don't work that way, list everything nicked and send us a list with 3 quotes to replace. Absolutely gob-smacked.

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I can do new for old on everything. But choose not to. 

I have to declare anything over £1k with serial numbers - sensible for them and seems fair enough. Just looked at the total insured  - pretty frightening - £21k 😳

I also have £2M of public liability insurance as I do the occasional commercial shoot - and shoots for other people (recently did one for my daughters friends uni course) part of which was in a public park. 

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