Taking photos of displays...
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 04:39:04 CST 2005
On Mon, 28 Feb 2005 16:45:34 -0500, Roger Merchberger
<zmerch at 30below.com> wrote:
> Unless, of course, you actually have a decent digital camera... ;-)
> ...Nikon D70...
> And yes, it has an iris, shutter (speeds from 30sec -> 1/8000 sec) takes
> most Nikon lenses made in the last 15ish years...
Agreed... I have an Olympus D10 I picked up a couple of years ago...
one important feature is that it has an external trigger input for a
"bulb". I used it to take pictures of the Aurora Australis
It doesn't have interchangable lenses, but it does have an iris and a
shutter. The longest timed shutter speed is either 8 or 16 sec (can't
remember; don't use it). I needed 45-60 sec to get aurorae, meaning I
needed a much-better-than-consumer-grade digital camera. There's lots
better on the market now, but at the time, it was the best I could
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