Shot at the Rolex 24 hour race in Daytona, ISO3200, f2.8 @1/125sec. 90mm. I wanted to capture an image that conveyed the speed at which the cars were moving so I decided to try my hand at some night time panning shots. At the time I had no idea what a challenge it would be to capture an image where the car would be acceptably sharp. What I did know was that with the D300s I could not go above 3200 ISO and still maintain a decent image quality. At 3200 ISO I had to shoot wide open at f2.8 just to get to 1/125th of a second on this shot. It took many attempts to get this one, most of the other shots I took the best shutter speed I could manage was 1/60th to 1/80th of a second. Unlike shooting static images on a tripod where shutter speeds can be longer, having the ability to shoot at high ISOâ€™s in situations like this is a must. I hope to return there next year with one of the newer cameras that can produce acceptable image quality at much higher ISOâ€™s.