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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    If someone wants to donate a Canon 5D, I'd be happy to try it... :-)

    Thanks.
    you are such a good friend.

    Quote Originally Posted by Orgnoi1 View Post
    Sure can... actually it was taken against a only fairly sturdy horse fence... I dont have a tripod I would trust with my 500L to keep it sturdy so I usually use a monopod...

    ISO50, 1/125", f/9 for the exif...

    I use ISO50 on my 1D because once you stack the two TCs it gets a bit grainy... so any little bit helps... I also had to use USM MUCH more than I normally would like to...
    I almost tried the 1.4x and 2.0x units with a 300mm zoom with IS. I was busy trying other things
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    re: the phosphorescence, I just put a call in to a friend who has been a professional photographer for 40+ years - he will probably have some ideas, may even be doable w/ my D-80. We'll see...

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    As soon as my 5D Mk II arrives I'll try it

    But now it looks like it might be December before it's released

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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    If someone wants to donate a Canon 5D, I'd be happy to try it... :-)

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    The tips that I got were highest iso that you've got, relatively wide open aperture, and a 1/60 or so for shutter, then brighten the image in software to get it right...

    (of course last night there was no bioluminescence)

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