Yes, follow the subject's movement, not too fast nor too slow,i.e. panning sideways from right to left or vice versa. When subject is moving towards you or away from you, there should be no panning.
That's sort of why a lot of traffic cameras have a huge strobe.
Either that or you up the sensitivity (ISO) to stratospheric levels, sacrificing image quality in the process.
Since you do not want to use flash, I feel that increasing your ISO and panning is your best bet.
hi guys, sorry to off topic a little.
my camera comes with a removable cover on the lens, how can i modify it to tie a cord to it to minimize the risk of losing it?
2. when i see some smudge on the lens, what solvent can we use to clean it? despite after some light wiping with a cleaning cloth, the stains can still be seen if u look carefully
A photographer friend of mine said that he considers all MILs and EVILs as DSLRs as they function a lot like one; only differences are that the mirror is knocked off from the design and the OVF is replaced by an EVF with information fed directly from the sensor.
I have a stick-on knob with a string that I loop around the body of the lens.Originally Posted by newtodslr
Can use those lens-cleaning solutions, which are generally alcohol-based.
TTL OVF is a huge reason for a lot of people to buy DSLRs. The MILs and EVILs do not have one.
will work with multiple lens caps.
as for the cleaning, various cleaning products available. i would suggest you try those before going the alcohol route. sometimes alcohol (usually the contaminants in it) and the lens coating don't like each other.
users of epl1, i have a question
how to set the camera to shot a photo that captures every detail sharply?
how much does a typical zoom lens cost for this pen series?
oh and, call up the store you bought it from. it doesn't hurt sometimes to think of the next step rather than rely on everyone else to give you the answer. the internet and phones were invented for a reason. so do a search, make a call.