Euston is fit for a King

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Beaker said:
That aint euston though it tis king cross
If you click on his Fpic site you will see that he does actually have one fit-for-a-king photo of Euston! :P

Although what a king would think of the low, uncomfy 3+2 seating on 321s I am not sure.
 

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thanks for the comments guys :)

the cl91s were so annoying because their pantographs kept clicking all the time <D
 

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Lol yes, they can get very annoying with their Clicking, particularly when you are trying to video something, the clicking can be amazingly loud at times.

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Shutter speed is the length of time the shutter is open for. A fast shutter speed is not required for that photo as the train is not moving.

A shutter lag is the amount of time between pressing the button and the shot being taken.

A long shutter lag is bad. The shutter speed depends on the conditions, what you want to achieve, other settings (ISO, aperture, etc). Don't get the two confused!
 
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