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Aug 12, 2021 09:52 |  #2374

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A youngster, I think, about 2" long. Holding perfectly still.
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Aug 12, 2021 12:48 |  #2375

Double - O Arch with Dark Angel:


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Aug 12, 2021 13:07 |  #2376

90D owners, can you bracket upto 5 images, and does top dial have C1 C2 where you can have a number of different settings set to each. So you can move back and forth fast for different type's of shooting.


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Aug 12, 2021 13:53 |  #2377

Bianchi wrote in post #19270829 (external link)
90D owners, can you bracket upto 5 images, and does top dial have C1 C2 where you can have a number of different settings set to each. So you can move back and forth fast for different type's of shooting.

Don't know about the 5-shot bracketing. C1, C2, yes. (C3, no)


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Aug 12, 2021 14:22 |  #2378

The Double O Arch above was done using the in camera hdr mode... First time using it... not bad I felt

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90D owners, can you bracket upto 5 images, and does top dial have C1 C2 where you can have a number of different settings set to each. So you can move back and forth fast for different type's of shooting.


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Aug 12, 2021 15:07 |  #2379

Just looked. 2, 3, 5 and 7 shot bracketing.


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Aug 12, 2021 16:06 as a reply to  @ markesc's post |  #2380

Great work!


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Aug 14, 2021 11:27 |  #2382

Enjoyed watching some meteor action lastnight... while swatting at mosquitos


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Mixed feelings on this one... I'm upgrading cameras soon, keeping the 90d + 100-400II combo, but I think it's time for a larger sensor for night work:


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Aug 14, 2021 13:07 |  #2383

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Mixed feelings on this one... I'm upgrading cameras soon, keeping the 90d + 100-400II combo, but I think it's time for a larger sensor for night work:
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I hope that you're also buying a FF camera for other reasons, because you may already have the best tool available for high-ISO long-exposure astrophotography. You might want to check in somewhere where Roger Clark and company discuss this.




  
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Aug 14, 2021 15:48 |  #2384

drsilver wrote in post #19270841 (external link)
Don't know about the 5-shot bracketing. C1, C2, yes. (C3, no)


markesc wrote in post #19270855 (external link)
The Double O Arch above was done using the in camera hdr mode... First time using it... not bad I felt


drsilver wrote in post #19270871 (external link)
Just looked. 2, 3, 5 and 7 shot bracketing.

Thank you folks much appreciated.


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Aug 14, 2021 18:37 |  #2385

I'm 90% sure I'm going with an R5 for wide angle duty, will keep the 90d and 100-400II for telephoto wildlife situations.

Also, for storms I want to be able to have two cameras setup on interval for lightning

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