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Old Aug 6, 2006, 3:09 PM   #1
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...but it seems that the window is about 15 seconds max. Am I missing something or is it not in the realm of digital cameras?
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Old Aug 6, 2006, 5:10 PM   #2
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Many dslrs have a bulb mode.

The CoolPix 8800 has a 10min bulb I think.

I don't know if anynon dslrshave a full bulb mode, but with their tiny sensors the noise would probably be terrible.

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Old Aug 6, 2006, 5:50 PM   #3
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Yes DSLR's can do a bulb exposure, the exposure can last as long as you want it to, or however long the batteries will allow.

The following I do not believe is yet available for DSLR's, but i would like to see it included in the near future

Take a Picture, Stop the exposure and then start it again later.

This is possible with Film Cameras, however, i have yet to see a digital camera be able to do this.
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Old Aug 6, 2006, 6:49 PM   #4
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the d200 i believe can do double exposures... but its not really needed anymore as there are so many programs to PS the same effect

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