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03-09-2012, 11:33 PM   #1
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How to extend adapted lenses beyond 2 second exposures!

a work around for the 2 second exposure limitation with adapted lenses.. Set to jpeg, manual exposure, multiple exposure ( uncheck auto EV adjustment). Select # of shots and shoot away. Make sure image stabilization is off ( will be if you use 2 second timer). You get 2 seconds for every multiple exposure. 2X9 = 18 seconds maximum.
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Hope I can remember this
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Ingenious!
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wow this is a bit clever :P
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