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Photographer:ventuari [View profile]Title:MAERSK GUAYAQUILAdded:Sep 11, 2017
Captured:September 05, 2017IMO:9727871Hits:1,353
Location:Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands
Photo Category: Containerships built 2011-2020
Description:
Afternoon arrival. Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands.
First time at Santa Cruz port and the biggest one (10.000 boxes) so far in Darsena del Este container terminal (TCT). Really windy afternoon. Slow and complicated maneuver and assisted by 3 tugboats (2 portside 1 aft)
Long shot and nice sun but... sorry for the quality.
Better at Full screen (just 1500 pix)
Vessel Identification
Name:Jiangsu Yangzi Xinfu Yzj2013 1105
IMO:9727871
Flag:Hong Kong (china)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Container Ship
Gross tonnage:115,000 tons
Summer DWT:117,500 tons
Length:337 m
Beam:48 m
Draught:15.2 m

Additional Information
Home port:Hong Kong
Status:In Build
Class society:Det Norske Veritas
AIS Information
Last known position:
36°44’42.63” N, 0°8’26.42” E
Status:Underway
Speed, course (heading):
18.3kts, 80° (78°)
Destination:
Location:Suez
Arrival:26th Sep 2017
21:00:34 UTC
Last update:
14 hours 2 minutes ago
Source:AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)

Port history
2017 September 26th, 21:00:34 UTCSuez
2017 September 21st, 16:30:38 UTCAlgeciras
2017 September 17th, 15:00:47 UTCRotterdam
2017 September 16th, 04:00:50 UTCWilhelmshaven
2017 September 14th, 00:01:46 UTCBremerhaven
2017 September 11th, 23:00:38 UTCLondon Gateway
2017 September 10th, 13:00:18 UTCAntwerp
2017 September 5th, 17:00:59 UTCLas_palmas
2017 September 5th, 16:00:39 UTCTenerife
2017 August 6th, 03:30:20 UTCJeddah
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Photo Comments (12)

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ventuari on Sep 19, 2017 18:40 (3 days ago)
Hi Pieter. Sorry for the late answer but just arrive last night from a trip abroad. Well my friend, I see your point and I checked the exif of one of your shots. You have a Canon EOS-ID Mark IV and your Exif (...software.) dont show the Focal longitude equivalent 35mms. like my Nikon D5100. My Nikon its 1,5 sensor frame factor and in your case I think its 1,3 ( I am almost ?? sure your Canon is not Full frame). I used on my trip ( shootting just 3 days ago exactly ) an 18-300 mms AF-S Nikkor lens that a friend of mine lent me for checking the exif details, and the result was the same. Exif shows the real FL. 300mms at full and the equivalent in 35mms. FL. 450mms. Another on my shots at FL.120 mms. shows FL.180mms. 35mms. equivalent. May be its something that Canon Exif software dont show, but in my Nikon Exif its there. Even my friend see your shot Exif and compare it whith my one side by side and yours Canon dont show the 35mms equivalent...Really I dont know why...If you solve the mistery pleae tell me.
MBregards my friend.
ventuari
pieter melissen on Sep 13, 2017 14:23 (10 days ago)
Ventuari, I am aware of the crop factor differences , but on my 28-300 I will get 300 mm exif when I shoot at 300 mm (I use a 1.3 crop factor camera). According to your reasoning, if I understand you correctly I should get 400 mm...that is why I am puzzled about your 450 with a 300.
ventuari on Sep 13, 2017 11:45 (10 days ago)
Hi Brett. Long time my friend. Nice to hear from you. Thanks a lot for your kind comments.
MBregards.
ventuari
ventuari on Sep 13, 2017 11:44 (10 days ago)
Hi Pieter. Thats the DSLR cameras-lenses FL equivalent to the old 35mms.negative cameras-lenses FL. Example. 300mms focal length (with a camera-lens DSLR) = 450mms focal longitude in old 35mms negative cameras. Related to the Frame.
MBregards.
ventuari
Brett Bachmann on Sep 13, 2017 09:02 (10 days ago)
Nice picture my friend, all the best, Brett.
pieter melissen on Sep 13, 2017 07:46 (10 days ago)
Hi Ventuari, I noted on the exif data that the lens was indeed a 70-300, but the distance read 450...hence my question.
ventuari on Sep 12, 2017 11:28 (11 days ago)
Hi MattyBoy. Its a small lens-ring that increase "a lot..." the focal length and its installed between the camera body and the main lens you are using ( if I had a converter, which is not my case, camera body-converter and 70-300 mms.) The definition its like..."A converter, also referred to as a tele-converter or extender is a secondary lens which can be mounted between a camera and main lens. The purpose of a converter is to magnify the central portion of a lenses image area, therefore increasing the focal length". Means your 300 mms can increase to 450 mms or else, depending of the converter you use, relation, capacity and quality...
Thanks for asking my friend.
MBregards.
ventuari
MattyBoy on Sep 12, 2017 10:54 (11 days ago)
Excuse my ignorance but what does a converter do? I've read up on it but it still does not make sense to me.
ventuari on Sep 12, 2017 10:23 (11 days ago)
Hi Pieter. No my friend, no converter. Just full to the top 300 mms.zoom ( Tamron 70-300 ) Almost half of the frame cropped...Thanks.
MBregard.
ventuari.
ventuari on Sep 12, 2017 10:12 (11 days ago)
Hi Csaba. Thanks. Well, almost 2 miles from my shooting position and bare hands. The problem was the strong wind.
Thanks again for your kind comment.
MBregards.
ventuari.
pieter melissen on Sep 12, 2017 06:25 (11 days ago)
Did you use a 1.5 converter?
csaba on Sep 12, 2017 00:00 (11 days ago)
For a long shot it is pretty darn good :-)
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