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    Default Thunder is roaring now..

    is it possible that the thunder will cause a split second blackout from a camera?

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    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    is it possible that the thunder will cause a split second blackout from a camera?
    yes, cos 1/500 with f1.4 lenses ISO need at least 6400 to see something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt View Post
    yes, cos 1/500 with f1.4 lenses ISO need at least 6400 to see something.
    lol i recorded the thunder with my HP camera quite clear.
    and suddenly it blackout in a split second.. hmm at least can still see a few lightning strike. i think i post it now.

    0:31 its just a slight flick . than went come to 1:04 it blackout for a split second. than at end can see some lightning .
    HAHAHA. i know my videoing sucks.
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    Default Re: Thunder is roaring now..

    lightning is roaring too

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    Sigh, triathlon training is cancelled...

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    .. maybe your phone camera got problem

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    Default Re: Thunder is roaring now..

    Quote Originally Posted by domdomino View Post
    is it possible that the thunder will cause a split second blackout from a camera?
    yes when lightning hits it
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