Having read the manual, still am not sure if what i want to do is possible. I want to take Multiple Exposure (2) in quick secession with varying shutters speeds, is this possible?For example, i want to take a picture of a train speeding towards my spot (not on the tracks obviously) with a long shutter speed (3 seconds or so) to get a nice blur.. Then a rapid shot at say 1/1000 of a second..trying to produce a sharp clear image of a train, with streaks.. Gosh, i hope that makes since...Manually, changing the shutter speed allows the train to get too far from the streak...thanks for the help..
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Try shooting at dawn/dusk, and using rear-curtain sync with a flash. Only take one frame.
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This is usually done with flash and rear sync."Rear Curtain Sync""Any good tips and tricks for using front and rear curtain synch"
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Thanks! I will read up on that and give it a shot
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