From: robbie (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Feb 18 2008 - 18:16:33 PST
3minutes to five of timed is a good exposure with wide
open lens for the stars. i usually achieve good
results with 100ASA color neg at five minutes. not too
much trail at all for my liking. as for moon stuff,
good rule is if shooting 100asa at 24fps f/stop should
be f8. so the 800 will be few more stops up.
--- Mika Kiburz <email suppressed> wrote:
> hello all, i am a student filmmaker, interested in
> filming some night
> photography of the lunar eclipse this week... and
> also some stars
> (possibly another night on a new moon). does anyone
> have any tips for
> correct exposure of the moon or how to film stars.
> im shooting on 800T
> color negative 7289... stop motion timed open
> shutter...??? eh? eh?
> any advice much appreciated!
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