MMMM. PANNING SHOTS OF PORSCHE RACECARS. GONNA DO SOME AT NIGHT. THESE GO IN THE SPECIAL FOLDER.

I usually shoot with a fairly basic Canon T3, and my longer 75-300mm lens is usually adequate for most panning shots, just not...

...the top of this hill at COTA.

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Well, unless I'm standing inside that turn. Then it's fantastic!

Still, I'm going to see if there's a lens available to rent for the Lone Star Le Mans (hrrrnnnggg 919) weekend just in case I want epic panning shots from far-away stands and/or up drivers' noses. The camera needs a good cleaning after way too much dirt hoonage, anyway.

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Recommendations? Are any lenses better for night shots than others?

Seems like the camera body itself should be good for some low light shots as long as I can get the panning right: