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  1. simon74

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    Sydney Harbour bridge taken from a car doing 60 kph.Digital infrared. Nikon d50 R72 filter[​IMG]
     
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    Has a nice mood to it. Good job.
     
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    I'm curious how you got a 'still' infrared using an R72 filter, while moving?

    The EXIF data shows 1/30s f/3.5 Even shooting at ISO 100, 1/30s is extremely fast for R72.
     
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    I agree!
     
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    The ISO was 500 and it was a reasonbly bright day. The infrared senisitvy of the Nikon d50 seems to be pretty good. Also the r72 does not cut out 100% of visible light. Though i would have to say i did take 22 shots whilst driving down the bridge and and only a few were not blurry.
     

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