Started by Brian Hirschfeld, May 09, 2013, 03:39:33 pm
Quote from: Paul2660 on May 10, 2013, 10:51:14 amBob:Sorry for the confusion, I meant shutter speed longer than 30 seconds. From what I found the built in timers which can't be used together, won't work when you go to bulb. There are a few nights I will work at less than 30 seconds, but for most of my stacks, I run 1 minute 30 sec to about 2.5 minutes. I totally may have overlooked something, as I only attempted it once. But I remember that for what I wanted to do, I needed the timer (to get longer than 30 seconds) and I still needed the intervoltmeter for the interval and thus couldn't use either. Paul Caldwell
Quote from: Peter McLennan on May 10, 2013, 11:00:37 amAn outboard intervalometer seems to be required. I googled "HDR time lapse" and got this:http://vimeo.com/38838557
Quote from: BobFisher on May 10, 2013, 11:49:46 amI think that's right. Because you have to hold the shutter open in Bulb. Brian, how much extra brightness range are you going to get with the IQ? A stop, stop and a half over the D4? That's not going to be enough to take care of all the brightness differences you'll encounter.
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