Blur effect on Evolt 510

Started Dec 19, 2012 | Questions thread
Entropius Veteran Member • Posts: 4,222
Re: Blur effect on Evolt 510

Here's what you want to do:

1) Set ISO 100.

2) Don't use shutter priority. Use aperture priority, and set the camera to f/22 (if you're okay with some loss of sharpness due to diffraction) or f/16 if you're not. [Purists: Yes, there will still be some loss of acuity at f/16. OP probably doesn't care.]

3) Look at the meter and see the shutter speed you get. That's the slowest you'll be able to achieve without overexposure or ND filters/polarizers.

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