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    Default Sg flyer

    Just wanna ask if I am going to sg flyer in the evening to take pictures inside the capsule and of course outside, should I bring my tripod? What settings should I use if I take my pictures from inside the capsule? Please advice! Btw will be using my kit lens! Am using a d3000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babetrice View Post
    Just wanna ask if I am going to sg flyer in the evening to take pictures inside the capsule and of course outside, should I bring my tripod? What settings should I use if I take my pictures from inside the capsule? Please advice! Btw will be using my kit lens! Am using a d3000.
    You probably don't need a tripod. Not of much use in the capsule. Even more so since you have no idea what you can do with it.
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    flyer is moving, no use for tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babetrice View Post
    Just wanna ask if I am going to sg flyer in the evening to take pictures inside the capsule and of course outside, should I bring my tripod? What settings should I use if I take my pictures from inside the capsule? Please advice! Btw will be using my kit lens! Am using a d3000.
    Hi

    Click on the link given. There's another person who en quire the same qns as you a few days back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpina View Post
    flyer is moving, no use for tripod.
    Quote Originally Posted by zenix84 View Post
    You probably don't need a tripod. Not of much use in the capsule. Even more so since you have no idea what you can do with it.
    you can bring a tripod to get this effect


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    I don't think anyone can advise the settings because it will depend on the actual situation

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    Quote Originally Posted by photoart View Post
    I don't think anyone can advise the settings because it will depend on the actual situation
    and of course, the effect that you want to achieve.

    if you want the entire capsule interior sharp but the outside blur.... tripod and slow shutter.

    if you want to capture the flyer as a light trail... tripod and slow shutter

    and the list goes on.

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