Also, in general to do long time exposure photos, is it better to use the exposure or shutter speed settings on the camera?
Thanks for the response. For lightning, I still don't see how the MD can possibly be fast enough, but I may keep trying it.
Is it possible to take long exposure shots of things like waterfalls (daytime) using this camera and the chdk? Or is the only way to do that to get a physical ND filter?
MD (on some cameras at least) is obviously fast enough.I guess I'm just questioning if its fast enough on the SD1100 specifically.
It would be fun to do things like long exposures of the ocean or river in daylight. (Or are those always done at dusk?)
My camera doesn't have a physical attachment for ND filters, but it looks like I can get one for around $16 on amazon, so I think its worth a try to just tape it on there with masking tape or something. But there seem to be different levels of ND filters-- any recommendations on one to start with? I'm thinking here of things like being able to take long exposure shots in daylight, of things like the ocean. (Actually, I'm not sure what else its good for, but there must be lots of things.)
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