Is there an SLR with no viewfinder blackout?

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Re: Follow the horses!
In reply to Erik Magnuson, 7 months ago

Well, in sky photography the background IS the subject, so not quite the same But if you want to see it that way, sure Slit-scan isn't exactly applicable either, because it captures the movement of the subject AND the movement of the background, but if the scan speed matches the subject speed, the subject will appear in focus, frozen, and not distorted in a comical way.

Slit-scan is based on the same idea as tracking, and tracking involves moving your camera to blur the background while keeping it steadily fixed on the subject, wherever they go. There's no exposure time limit to tracking, but there's an exposure time limit to successful tracking during a long exposure, and that depends mostly on your skill.

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