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Slow shutter speeds and a drone

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Jeffin916, Feb 2, 2015.

  1. Jeffin916

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    Took my Mark III and played with some shutter speeds, need to find a better background now

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  2. general01

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    Wow!
    Nice work
     
  3. Mako79

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    Looks like santa's crash landing path. ..
     
  4. spudmachine

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    Definitely cool.

    I wonder if you could use Ground Station to set up a geometric shaped path for it to follow?
     
  5. Jeffin916

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    Thanks! I was thinking the same thing, Gonna have to try it. I just want a better background with maybe some city lights or a bridge
     
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    +1
    Love your images, Jeff!
     
  7. skyexposure

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    Awesome shot! I will have to try this out when I am sure of myself. Probably in the Summer, lol.

    I live right next to the beach, so I will try and incorporate the horizon at sunset with the Atlantic City skyline in the back.

    Thanks for the idea.
     
  8. len750

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    How many seconds? 30?
     
  9. Jeffin916

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    This was only about 12 seconds. Focused on the drone and then set back down, took the shot and flew it
    Shot at ISO 100 with a 24-70mm
     
  10. len750

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    Thanks Jeff. I'll try it tonight with my Nikon D7000.
     
  11. Jeffin916

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    Sounds good, post it on here if you get a chance, I want to see, thanks! :)
     
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    Good job Jeff, gonna have to borrow the camera from the school this weekend and see if I can get a shot myself...great idea man.
     
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    I saw the title of this thread and I thought it was referring to the incredible amount of time it takes to snap a photo with the Vision Plus. :)
     
  14. Jeffin916

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    [​IMG]

    Ive been getting into a lot of long exposure work