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Old Aug 6, 2010, 8:39 AM   #1
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Default HS10 Multi Motion Capture

I was playing around with the Multi Motion Capture last weekend. In the attached, the camera is set to record the images over 1 second. I started with the 0.5 second span. I thought the horses were going fast enough that 0.5 seconds would give a good sequence but the superimposed images end up overlapping too much. (I seem to be unable to attach more than one image to a message. Is there some trick to this?)

If you want to try this, a tripod is essential. It really only takes the camera a few seconds to process the captures and produce the superimposed image. I thought it might take much longer but was pleasantly surprised.

The next longer time option is 2 seconds--didn't try that this time. (I think these values are pretty coarse--a 1.5 second option might be handy but doesn't exist. Not sure how the focus works in the 2 second case. I believe that it locks the focus during the first frame and keeps it through the sequence. With the long interval, the subject would probably be pretty much out of frame in the first shot. What would it focus on?
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Old Aug 6, 2010, 9:00 AM   #2
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This one is taken at the 0.5 second setting:



Hmmm, still no EXIF info available?
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