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jad123 Sep 30, 2006 3:26 PM




last weekend, i went to a firework show, the pictures i took were o.k. to blurred, can some one recommend a camera to capture fireworks with, i am waiting for steves review of the olympus sp510, 7mp, 10x zoom, this camera has a firework mode on it, do these actually work, in anyones expirience, or not, i know part of my problem was to guess where and when the firework was going to explode as my tired camera, struggled

thanks, alan










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MadMikeSS Sep 30, 2006 3:48 PM

Well, I can't say I have much experience in this area, but here are some shots I took with my Pentax *istDL with the 18-55mm kit lens. Bulb mode and sitting on a pretty cheap tripod. Pretty much just pressed the shutter release, held it as long as I felt needed for the picture and voila.

http://www.thepengellys.com/stuff/IMGP0284.jpg

http://www.thepengellys.com/stuff/IMGP0272.jpg

http://www.thepengellys.com/stuff/IMGP0293.jpg

mtclimber Oct 1, 2006 7:59 PM

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Allan-

The Scene Modes which includes a subset called "Fireworks" really does work quite well. Here is an example photo.

MT

lakeida Oct 2, 2006 10:07 AM

I have the Canon XT and shot great fireworks pictures with it during the 4th of

July, I set my camera at ISO 200, manual mode, aperture f/16, and set the

shutter on bulb. Hope this helps.

jad123 Oct 2, 2006 12:41 PM

thanks for the photos and advice, much appreciated

alan


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