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flying champagne cork with D700

IanCT

SF Bay, US
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"RE: flying champagne cork with D700"

IanCT Registered since 15th Sep 2008
Sun 30-Dec-12 12:37 AM

As mentioned I would use the MB-D10 and tell whoever is popping the cork to wait for your shutter to start snapping on continuous high and then open the bottle. If you wait until they open the bottle first, there may be too much of a delayed reaction.

Use alkalines or the newer battery in the grip, if you use the EN3 battery you'll still only get 5 FPS I believe.

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