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Socceroos action from the sidelines shot with a Nikon D3X

It’s been awhile since the Socceroos played in Melbourne. Here are some images from their match on Tuesday night. All of these were shot from the sideline where you’re not permitted to sit at the domestic A-League and Asian Cup matches unless you’re the official photographer. One of my favourites is the first image where you get the sense of what’s going on when a player crosses the ball. The other two shots shows how you can really get goal-mouth action from the sidelines that you won’t get when shooting from the ends.
The other interesting note is that these were shot with a Nikon D3x on DX mode. Not normally seen as a sports camera, in DX mode it’s a handy 7 fps, not quite the 9 fps of the D3s Enjoy!
AUS: Australia v Serbia - 7 June 2011
AUS: Australia v Serbia - 7 June 2011
AUS: Australia v Serbia - 7 June 2011

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