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Thread: iso 800 flim and tips on shooting in theatre environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by zodnm
    haha, trying to read my lecture notes at the same time.
    dun seem to be getting anything in at all

    just a bit excited abt the coming photography day tt's all
    best thing is flim is free. cos can claim. haha
    own time own target
    fire at will!
    haha
    can claim?? yes, can claim.. but you wait long long for the $$$. one particular club (let's leave the names out) owe me $140 since September (of 2003 lah)

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    this one really can claim. and super fast also. cos it's within hall ma. easier to settle

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    if there was an option between 1.8 1/200s and 3.5 1/100s
    which will produce a nicer picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zodnm
    if there was an option between 1.8 1/200s and 3.5 1/100s
    which will produce a nicer picture?
    f/1.8 @ 1/200s -> Less chance of camera shake, freezing of movement.
    f/3.5 @ 1/100s -> Slight more depth of field, meaning you don't have to keep your subject in snap focus. Allows more leeway in focusing.

    Depends on what you want to achieve.

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