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Hi Mark, I think 200mm should do it. I have a Tamron 18/270mm lens. This surfer was a ways out so I had to zoom all the way in. The right metering is important too. Normally I leave my ISO on 100, but on this one I think I brought it up to 200 ISO. I hope that helps. sorry for the late response.
Nice. The shot of a surfer is on my too do list. What type of focal length (35mm equivalent) is required to get these sorts of shots? My longest lens is a 70-200mm, will this be sufficient?