PocketWizard 801-130 Plus III Transceiver is not TTL-capable?!

Started Nov 13, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Re: PocketWizard 801-130 Plus III Transceiver is not TTL-capable?!
In reply to valmirovimages, Nov 22, 2012

valmirovimages wrote:

You are basically talking about focusing during the exposure: focusing while image is being captured. If you think about it and the way cameras work, there really isn’t much call for it outside the motion picture industry.

Slow shutter speed photography does bring us pretty close to the motion pictures only they can see what they are focusing on and I cannot, courtesy of a closed viewfinder window during the exposure (what's the proper way of calling this?)

It is usually described as when the 'mirror is up'. The reflex mirror which directs light coming from the lens up to the pantaprism and then through the viewfinder, is up during the exposure and during live view. The viewfinder is not closed.

Depending on how live view is implemented on your camera, you could try manually focusing during the exposure, but 1/2 second is a lot of time to perform an acurate focus adjustment.

Sorry, I meant to say: 1/2 second is not a lot of time.

I still need to learn how to preserve EXIF data when exporting images from LR4.

It is in the Export dialog, under Metadata, just set it to All.

Brian A

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