Hanger Deck Level Of The USS Intrepid

The hanger deck of the USS Intrepid is cavernous.  You walk in and it seems like there is endless space.  This is where the X-Pro1 excelled.

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It excels in low light because it has a bigger sensor (APS-C vs 2/3″) then the X-10; therefore, there is going to be less noise at higher ISO numbers.  The photo above of the propeller was taken at ISO 6400.

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All the photos in this series were taken at high ISO numbers, simply because i wanted good shutter speeds to minimize any “blur”.

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Going up to the flight deck, you snake your way through the narrow corridors of the USS Intrepid’s bowls.  Below, you will see parts of the USS Intrepid’s “brain”.  This is what made USS Intrepid a fighting naval ship.

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Thanks for looking.

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