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Jul 13, 2022 00:18 |  #7891

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Jul 13, 2022 09:15 |  #7894

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Jul 13, 2022 09:26 |  #7895

Didn't get the lightning I wanted, but, found a new Arch - "Allegedly" - Arches has "Over 2000 Arches..... This one I found no footprints to it, so probably not captured often...


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Jul 13, 2022 10:18 |  #7896

DB-Fotografie wrote in post #19403545 (external link)
An LED Flashlight is not a constant light source, to perserve battery life and not to overheat the diode. So the LED is clocked (on off on off) in a certain frequency.

If it flickers at a certain frequency you see some banding (the anti-flicker of the camera helps here), in your case the banding is quite severe. A different shutter speed would have helped here, or a different flashlight which flickers at another frequency.

Sometimes you can't really do anything about it as the readout speed and the flickering interferes with each other..

Anti-flicker is only going to help when the bands would be much larger than the height of the frame. All anti-flicker does is try to time the exposures to correspond with the brighter parts of light cycles, where the whole height of the rolling frame is a fraction of the cycle. When the light strobes faster than a rolling shutter period, only a judicious slow shutter speed will avoid the banding.




  
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Jul 13, 2022 10:26 |  #7897

Mybludog wrote in post #19403725 (external link)
Thanks DB.

Yes definitely got better when i dropped the SS and i thought it'd have something to do with the LED. Also wondered if Mech shutter would have helped. I'm yet to try that out but plan to when i get a chance

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ES is most likely to show it as pronounced, and will show it in more cycles down the frame, but the shutter speeds that might make it disappear completely are the same for all shutter modes, as eliminating it completely requires an exposure time that is an exact multiple of the strobe speed.




  
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Jul 13, 2022 13:38 |  #7898

Reflections on a military museum. Bury, UK

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Jul 13, 2022 19:29 |  #7901

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Very nice! I slightly prefer the first one just because you got three species.


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Jul 13, 2022 19:38 |  #7902

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Very nice! I slightly prefer the first one just because you got three species.

Thanks! There was no shortage in the pollinator garden- who knew there were so many types of bees, etc…


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Jul 14, 2022 01:44 |  #7903

A Wanderer (or Monarch) Butterfly from this morning's walk.

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Jul 14, 2022 05:01 |  #7904

Brought out the 300mm F4 prime for some insect shooting.

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Jul 14, 2022 06:25 |  #7905

Having fun pushing my nifty fifty, the RF 50 f/1.8. to its limits. Quite a challenge.

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