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Old October 1st 18, 05:52 AM posted to rec.photo.digital
Tony Cooper[_2_]
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Default My X-T3 30fps Burst test

On Sun, 30 Sep 2018 18:22:06 -0700, Bill W
wrote:

On Sun, 30 Sep 2018 11:18:27 -0400, Tony Cooper
wrote:

On Sun, 30 Sep 2018 11:45:03 +0100, newshound
wrote:

On 29/09/2018 20:57, Savageduck wrote:
On Sep 29, 2018, Tony Cooper wrote
(in ):


The issue remains, regardless of event the result will be hundreds, or
thousands of frames to sort through, and rate/cull. The investment in time to
deal with the selection process is going to be brain numbing. Then there is
whatever you might care to do with actual processing.

It does rather depend on what you are photographing. In my case, one
example is showjumping and it is normally quick and easy to review and
discard the run-up and exit. I do find burst mode invaluable for this
because I just can't determine the release point in the way I could with
film cameras. I'm not sure if that's because you get mechanical feedback
with a "real" shutter, or because the (annoying) camera sound isn't well
synchronised. If I don't use continuous shooting I can be nearly a
horse's length out either way.


A couple of years ago I was at a show jumping event and there was a
guy there with a long lens


With a what? It's as if you're assuming that there is a common
definition of a long lens, and that everyone here knows what you mean
by that. I'm very confused...


It was obvious by appearance that it was long lens. What particular
long lens it was is something that wouldn't be known unless I was
close enough to read the information on the lens or the user told me.
I suspect, but don't know, that it was in the 300 or longer range.

Surely, Bill, you can recognize a lens that is greater than a 50mm
lens when you see it.



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Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
 




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