night shooting camera


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Rashkae

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Night shooting in what sense? Be specific. Long exposures with tripod? Freeze moving objects with flash? Freeze moving objects without flash?

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spheredome

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Guess such compact cam will need to rely on TTL hotshoe flash.

Freezing fast movement in night photo without auxilary lighting, seems hard :dunno:

does any digital compact camera have very short shutter lag? and very powerful built in flash?
 

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for Freeze moving objects with flash
sorry.. i am noob towards camera
Ask LTA? Their speed cameras in tunnel fit your descriptions :bsmilie: - SCNR
 

Rashkae

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for Freeze moving objects with flash

sorry.. i am noob towards camera
Errr. Any camera can do that. Just go to the shops, see which one appeals to you the most.
 

Reportage

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hi guys,
any camera to intro? my P&S camera just die.....

looking for DC camera.. not DSLR
see how much you want to spend.

might be looking for a PnS with hotshoe which can fit a standard flash.
 

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Come to think about it, those old Finepix E550 compacts got more build-in flash juice than the recent models. At full power, they can deliver blinding light but now all those compact and even dSLR in-flash seems weak.
 

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