Eric wrote:One thought on ISO- don't be afraid to go low for night shots. I shoot clubs, and never go higher than ISO 200, and I prefer ISO 100. You get richer colors, and you get less "noise". The caveat: you absolutely must use a tripod & a long exposure on the playa. The long exposure is key.
gyre wrote:I just found a point and shoot that does tiff.
Good zoom too.
I knew they were out there somewhere.
Not expensive either.
They used to make many.
Have you guys tried using a rifle position (holding the camera) for shots that need a tripod?
I really love tripods, but I have taken shots of high speed action with slow film and settings, with great success.
Sometimes it's a convenience issue.
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