I just received my Canon 7D Mark II.
i shoot mostly sports, and one thing that the 7D Mark II will do is multiple exposures.
This afternoon I attempted some test shots, hand held in my yard, with poor results.
My goal is to be able to shoot a baseball pitcher or softball pitcher, and in-camera, get an image worth keeping.
I have tinkered with the settings on the Mark II regarding multiple exposure, but again, my tests were very poor today.
Can anyone that has used their 7D Mark II at an actual sporting event and produced high quality multiple exposures please tell me what their settings were, that they were successful with.
I will be using a Gitzo monopod and I understand that the viewfinder must not pan or tilt while shooting.
My current settings are:
Multi-expos ctrl: Additive
No. of exposures: 4
Save source imgs: All images
Continue Mult-exp Continuously
Assuming it is a baseball game and daylight, ISO 400, and lets say a normal exposure in AV Mode is 2000 sec @ f8, what would you do?
Again, I know experimenting is going to be the best teacher but I am shooting a game this Friday and hope to have more to go on before then.
An example of what I want to achieve is a baseball pitcher on the mound, with four images of him throwing, captured in sequence in one frame.
Thanking you in advance,
Dan of Troy