crop duster plane

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    Designer Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    What the hell are you looking at? Are you looking at the jpeg image that the camera has produced? If so, can you tell me what mechanisms and firmware have been used to produce that image? Additionally, can you tell me what parameters each has used to generate that image?

    Digital is not the same as analog.


     
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    stevet1 TPF Noob!

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    Tim,

    Yes, it was directly overhead.
    Luckily, it wasn't releasing any "dust" at the moment it was over my head, or that would account for my miserable results.
    *grin*

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    1/2000 @ f/8 ISO 900 on a bright sunny day was plenty fast enough to freeze the blades of a helicopter. Sorry for not joining in on the argument, i have to go to work. So i'll just answer the OP's question and move on lol

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