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 Post subject: Night Shoots
PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2007 1:55 am 
i need help on trowing night shoots, i was at a park yesterday and all my shoots would take over 3 secs for the camera to take a picture with out flash. i had my little sony cybershot or powershot i forgot wish one sorry :oops: and with out flash the pictures came out nice and i count do the same with my rebel xti, was there somthing im missing wile taking night shoots, on the little one the iso would be 320 and i put my rebel at 400 and still nothing :cry: can you guys explain to me please thank you. sorry for my spelling but my main language its not american :oops:


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We'll be posting a number of tutorials in the next few weeks which should help!


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'American' is not a language :P It's English. Sorry, just had to say that :P


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thank you Gordon thats some really good news :D and Bart ty for noticing sorry :oops:


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'American' is not a language :P It's English. Sorry, just had to say that :P


Sad to say, it is becoming one :(

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Hi Zorro. Are you fully fit again? Hope so and that you are ready for the traditional roast haggis on Christmas Day. :P

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Hi Zorro. Are you fully fit again? Hope so and that you are ready for the traditional roast haggis on Christmas Day. :P

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Aye Bob, thanks for asking. Everything's going good here. Took some time out since I had the wake-up call. Been to Spain twice in the last month tie-ing up loose ends regarding property. Can't wait to get out there in the summer though. Kinda cold in December.

Oh, and you don't roast haggis, God forbid. That would be awful. No, a haggis is boiled. Can't say I care for it much to be honest. I do look forward to those "pigs in blankets" though, mmmm!

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