Long Exposures

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  1. Davey John

    Davey John TPF Noob!

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    I have taken long exposuers of of the nite sky, using a telescope mount. I use 100 and 200 speed film, and a manual Nikon camera. I now have a Kodak digital camera and wonder if it can be used for long exposures also? Thanks, John.
     
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    Should be able to. Whats the model number?
     
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    Thanks for your reply,It is Kodak CX6230, and has nite time setting for taking low light photos. But I don't see any way to keep the shutter open. John.
     
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    Looking at DPreview's site on the CX6230, it says the shutter speeds are between 1/1700 and 1/2 sec; hardly a "long" exposure... some newer compact digitals have exposure times of 15 or 30 seconds though.
     

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