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    Default Any digicam can do this?



    Something like X frame over shutter?

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    Talking like this?

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    stonecold from pagn? you are here ha???

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    Originally posted by hong
    stonecold from pagn? you are here ha???
    not stonecold from pagn

    so how? any cam fast enuf to do that shot?

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    bump.

    nobudy knows?

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    Originally posted by k4x
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    nobudy knows?

    I think these are all edited ...thought his cam can take many frames at once...

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    Originally posted by k4x
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    nobudy knows?
    Not quite nobody knows ... some of us are just not saying how it's done!
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    I'll guess with a digicam in motor drive/rapid exposure mode, Hmmmm... at least 4 frames a second? Less frames a sec will allow u to catch less of the moment thats all... Then, with the camera on tripod with locked focus and exposure, catch all the frames then overlay in photoshop with the appropriate level adjustment... I'll try out in a moment and post my results.



    I tried, but my snoopy drop faster than my fps... so I used movie mode, shoot then break up the movie using Radtools, combine the image with photoshop.
    Last edited by Flare; 27th March 2002 at 11:18 PM.

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