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Old Jul 12, 2006, 7:36 PM   #1
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Some moonlightpictures ... only moon is shining, nothing else

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Old Jul 13, 2006, 6:06 AM   #2
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... Must be full moon! :lol: :-) :G
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Old Jul 13, 2006, 6:57 AM   #3
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The best part is the lack of noise.
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I notice from your exposure times that you must have been using a tripod or resting the camera on an object.

Which brings me to the next question - why then use ISO3200?? Why not ISO100 or 200?


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I notice from your exposure times that you must have been using a tripod or resting the camera on an object.

Which brings me to the next question - why then use ISO3200?? Why not ISO100 or 200?
exposure times at ISO 3200 were 20-30 seconds. what would those expsure times be at ISO100, to get the same exposure? a minute? 90 seconds? i don't think these cameras are even capable of shutter speeds slower than 30 seconds... does the 10D have a Bulb setting?


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I would assume the 10D has a bulb exposure setting as the Rebel XT does.
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Old Jul 13, 2006, 7:07 PM   #7
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peripatetic schrieb:
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I notice from your exposure times that you must have been using a tripod or resting the camera on an object.

Which brings me to the next question - why then use ISO3200?? Why not ISO100 or 200?

3200 ISO - 20 sec

1600 ISO - 40 sec

800 ISO - 80 sec

400 ISO - 160 sec

200 ISO - 320 sec

100 ISO - 640 sec ~ 10 minutes ! I am tired! I don't wait 10 minutes !!!!


For you :-)

80 ISO, 60 sec - with Lumix FZ30 time 2:54



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Old Jul 13, 2006, 8:58 PM   #8
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wow, that FZ30 shot is something else!
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Old Jul 14, 2006, 4:55 AM   #9
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some (zoom) test pictures with FZ30 ----> LOOK
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