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04-24-2009, 06:06 AM   #1
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K20D + 22 fps + water dropplets

Hi just wondering if someone has or if not would care to do me a little experiment

If its sunny then go outside either turn the hose on so you can see dropplets and set the k20d camera to tv and anything above 1000th of a second maybe bump the iso up and set the k20d to the 22fps mode (quality goes to 1mp i think) and then take the photos for 1-2 seconds then if you have quicktime click open image sequence and choose the folder (make sure the folder only has the photos you just took in not any others) choose 10/15 frames per second and then upload to a site so I can see

Or alternatively email me the photos or something, I'm doing a project on this and am looking for a way to make short sequences instead of just one of photos.

If you need any help then email me etc


P.S I have a K10D and don't know anyone with a K20D to borrow.

This is from the project just doesn't contain any water... I'll post some water shots later on

Last edited by dopeytree; 04-28-2009 at 11:31 AM.

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