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Old Jan 9, 2012, 1:42 PM   #1
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Went squirrel hunting with my HS20 today. Also took a couple of other shots. Only the Squirrels were touched up a bit in PS9. J4c
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They look quite soft for me, what is the shutter speed and ISO you shot each photo ?
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Some were exr hd auto, cause some of these critters won't hold still long enough. And the others cC mode don't remember numbers.....J4c All were full zoom. Squirrel on suet was full zoom hand held, so was the duck, but rest were tripod with cable shutter release.
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You can see the EXIF info in the picture originals.

I think the auto mode is not the best choice for this kind of photography !
I prefer the S mode, because when I set it to high speed, the steady shot is guaranteed.
And you need just to play with the shutter speed and the ISO to reach the optimum
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The duck pic info is: f/5.6 ~ ISO - 400, 126mm focal length, sharpness - hard, W.B. - auto, exposure time 1/180th. second. The upside down tree rat: f/5.6, exp.time - 1/250th., ISO - 1000, 126mm. focal length. Mange rat.. f/5.6, 1/250th. , ISO - 250, 126mm focal.......J4c
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Thank you for the info !

I think the speed is not fast enough, especially for hand held
But I see that the ISO is also high on some pictures.

So the situation has been with no correct decision.
At longest focal range I prefer speed at least 1/500 for hand held, despite the camera's stabilization.
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