- November 13, 2013 at 3:08 pm #4342dalethornEstablished MemberSouth CarolinaJoin Date: Oct 2012Posts: 316Currently using:
I’ve photographed this scene from a couple of angles that weren’t ideal with the Leica C-112, but I got a new Manfrotto tabletop tripod (709B) a couple days ago, and using a steel traffic post for support I was able to capture this from about 1/4 mile distance. f5.8, 2.5 seconds, ISO 80, focal length ~180 mm.
- November 14, 2013 at 7:18 am #4343DougFrequent MemberCentral WashingtonJoin Date: Jul 2011Posts: 123Currently using:
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The little camera is doing well for you! That’s a dramatic and interesting structure…
- November 14, 2013 at 8:35 am #4344dalethornEstablished MemberSouth CarolinaJoin Date: Oct 2012Posts: 316Currently using:
Doug;5703 wrote: The little camera is doing well for you! That’s a dramatic and interesting structure…
Thanks! The perspective I have here was only possible from one position, and required nearly the full 200 mm effective zoom. At a wider angle we would have seen (and captured) many bright lamps that light the public park area, which is open until 2300 hours (this was taken at 2100). So for the C-112 to be unaffected by all that stray light just by zooming past it was a bit of a surprise, since there was nothing detectable in the image to suggest that those lamps were within sight of the lens.
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