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Oct 04, 2015 17:03 |  #7306

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Thanks guys. The reason for the slightly higher ISO is that I do not have a remote trigger, yet.

Although I hear that Magic Lantern has an intervalometer function built in...

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Thanks guys. The reason for the slightly higher ISO is that I do not have a remote trigger, yet.

Although I hear that Magic Lantern has an intervalometer function built in...

Depending on your camera, you might not be able to use the latest firmware with ML...IIRC. That might have changed, but that was the case when I looked at putting it on one of my two...can't remember which one now.


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Oct 05, 2015 01:13 |  #7307

Well, in the mean time I decided to go out with a little bit more light:

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Oct 05, 2015 05:37 |  #7308

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Oct 10, 2015 13:35 |  #7309

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Oct 10, 2015 15:33 |  #7310


Love this waterfall, great spray of white at the bottom of the falls.


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Oct 13, 2015 02:44 |  #7311

TRhoads wrote in post #17732733 (external link)
Depending on your camera, you might not be able to use the latest firmware with ML...IIRC. That might have changed, but that was the case when I looked at putting it on one of my two...can't remember which one now.

Travis, Do you have any experience with the Formatt Hitech 100 x 100mm Firecrest 16 Stop Filter ? It caught my attention today and seems to be pretty nuetral


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Oct 13, 2015 05:53 |  #7312

xpfloyd wrote in post #17743392 (external link)
Travis, Do you have any experience with the Formatt Hitech 100 x 100mm Firecrest 16 Stop Filter ? It caught my attention today and seems to be pretty nuetral

I have one and it is more neutral than I expected. While not devoid of color cast it wouldn't be too hard to correct... IIRC I posted a split shot from it somewhere let me find it.

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Oct 13, 2015 06:24 |  #7313

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I have a Firecrest 16 Stop ND now. Mid day, I can get 5 minutes. This example is SOOC on both, both are ISO 50, f/8. base exposure was 1/250, and a little over exposed. The 16 Stop Exposure was 300 seconds, 5 minutes, and a bit under. But it shows the color cast...that if you believe advertising it doesn't do....for only needing one filter, sure it works fine...but I don't think I would want to limit myself to only have a 16 stop...I so often use the 3, 6 and 10 alone, and combined...having only one would limit what I can do, especially if the one is a 16 stop...early morning or late afternoon you would end up in exposures that wouldn't' work, they would be too long IMO.
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Thanks for posting mate. Thinking about adding this to my big and little stoppers , my thinking being it would give better results than stacking my 10 and 6.


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Oct 13, 2015 07:33 |  #7314

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Thanks for posting mate. Thinking about adding this to my big and little stoppers , my thinking being it would give better results than stacking my 10 and 6.

I have not done comparisons... Not a bad idea maybe I can try to do that while I am ON my trip next week.


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Oct 13, 2015 07:34 |  #7315

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Oct 13, 2015 07:44 |  #7316

TRhoads wrote in post #17743595 (external link)
I have not done comparisons... Not a bad idea maybe I can try to do that while I am know my trip next week.

That would be handy. I fear my gas may get the better of me by then though :).

I've got this idea in my head of black and white long exposures of the architecture around glasgow (there's lots of it and I realised that I was taking it for granted and not shooting it) and reckon I need about 5-6 min exposures during the day to get the desired effect.


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Oct 13, 2015 09:12 |  #7317

I really wish the AUD would get stronger so I can justify buying the Lee Big Stopper from BH already :(


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Oct 13, 2015 09:39 |  #7318

Travis, I didn't manage to hold out very long. 16 stop now ordered :)


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Oct 13, 2015 09:46 |  #7319

xpfloyd wrote in post #17743746 (external link)
Travis, I didn't manage to hold out very long. 16 stop now ordered :)

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I love my Lee Big Stopper AND Little Stopper!

So you're using the A7RII now? with all Canon glass? Would love to hear your thoughts...thinking of going either Fuji or Sony from 5D3 but not sure yet! Damn sports for fast focus! :)


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Oct 13, 2015 10:41 |  #7320

xpfloyd wrote in post #17743607 (external link)
That would be handy. I fear my gas may get the better of me by then though :).

I've got this idea in my head of black and white long exposures of the architecture around glasgow (there's lots of it and I realised that I was taking it for granted and not shooting it) and reckon I need about 5-6 min exposures during the day to get the desired effect.

Yes, you have a lot of cool stuff around you...take advantage of it! the Firecrest 16ND will deliver 5 minutes mid day at ISO 50...

xpfloyd wrote in post #17743746 (external link)
Travis, I didn't manage to hold out very long. 16 stop now ordered :)

:lol:too funny...I am still hoping for some good streaky skies, visiting Bodie Ghost town mid day hoping for some clouds.

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I love my Lee Big Stopper AND Little Stopper!

So you're using the A7RII now? with all Canon glass? Would love to hear your thoughts...thinking of going either Fuji or Sony from 5D3 but not sure yet! Damn sports for fast focus! :)


I want to know more about shooting the A7RII with long exposures too...and with canon glass...its tempting. I have read that the super megapixels sensors get a little noisy with LE...not seen any real proof, just hearsay at this point.


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