Canon 7D - same white-tailed deer I shot yesterday with my FZ200 - please note smearing in the fur.

Started Jan 6, 2013 | Discussions thread
tbaker Regular Member • Posts: 435
Re: Older camera with new technology of FZ200?

RudyPohl wrote:

Aperture always at F6.3, ISO always at 800 and the shutter speeds faster than is needed for deer standing still.

If he reduced his aperture 2 stops to F4 and dropped his shutter speed to 1/125th his camera would drop the ISO 3 stops and he'd be shooting at ISO 100 instead of ISO 800, and it would make all the difference in the world.

Cheers,

Rudy

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Well that is assuming he can use F4 at that focal length. He could be using a lens that at that length f5.6 is the fastest aperture he can use at that focal length. Which over priced L lens did he have on?

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