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    Default How to take a clear picture of a fast moving object...

    Newbie here. I am using S602Z. How do I take a clear picture of a fast moving object when I max out my zoom and attached a TL-FX9? The place is well lit. Can anyone give some advice? I just can't get a clear shot.

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    Get a Canon 1D.

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    Default Re: How to take a clear picture of a fast moving object...

    Originally posted by acidboi
    Newbie here. I am using S602Z. How do I take a clear picture of a fast moving object when I max out my zoom and attached a TL-FX9? The place is well lit. Can anyone give some advice? I just can't get a clear shot.
    1)Ensure that shutter speed is more than twice reciprocal of focal length.(602 max tele+ Tele-con is approximately 300mm. Hence 1/600 or 1/1000 desired at least.)

    2)Prefocus on spot in the line of motion(or similar distance) of subject and wait for subject to pass before snapping, or pan along with subject and snap.

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    Default Re: How to take a clear picture of a fast moving object...

    Originally posted by acidboi
    Newbie here. I am using S602Z. How do I take a clear picture of a fast moving object when I max out my zoom and attached a TL-FX9? The place is well lit. Can anyone give some advice? I just can't get a clear shot.
    maybe can try to post sample pic u took? as long as u use fast shuttle speed, it should be ok...

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