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    Posted: 20 April 2017 at 23:04
Ahoy!

I was doing some online research when a link led me to another brand website that was offering a free .PDF guide about Capturing Motion In Low Light Situations. Clearly there are differences with the Sony/Minolta high ISO capability compared to 'cough' Nikon, but the guide was written having used the 'cough' Nikon product which you can download for free here, so don't shoot me as I'm just the messenger.

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Many thanks Pirate, although I think I had the basics it's always good to look at these 'helps'.

Cheers Brandy.

PS It's also good to look on the ;dark side' now and again...
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Thanks, Pirate! Help on any aspect of photography is always good.
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Ahoy!

In addition to the first post, if you scroll down to p17 you'll be asked a question about other aspects of togging which will take you here. Now, I'm no expert, but I would think that a lot of shooters may find the video tuitions really helpful, though there is a price to pay.

Enjoy!
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Pirate, did you pay the $67 to view those videos?
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Giving honour when honour is due: That is Jared Polin's guide. Please also visit his website Fro Knows Photo and/or his youtube channel. He gives a boatload of information (but not everybody will agree with him always ). Not just payd stuff, but also free of charge.
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Rob Suits Jr.
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Thank you, Mark!

Talking about recommendations .....
http://backcountrygallery.com/books/
offers two superb pdf-books, I can highly recommend,
which might be interesting for Sony shooters too:
"Secrets To The Nikon Autofocus System" and "Secrets To Stunning
Wildlife Photography". Both were worth the price for me, shooting
with Nikon and Minolta cameras.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Pirate Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 April 2017 at 13:57
Originally posted by stiuskr stiuskr wrote:

Pirate, did you pay the $67 to view those videos?

Ahoy!

No I didn't buy it, but from time to time you stumble on a link or links or may have a newsletter via email and followed a trail, which is how I found the URL link in my original post.

To all those who have posted, it's no problem at all, and it's why we share things so we can learn, try and apply to understand the correlation between the various settings and effects they have individually and collectively and thereby ween auto everything shooters into becoming more in control and not to let the electronics box decide for you. Well, that's my way of thinking, and as stated in the first post, the tutorial was done using a Knockoff make which arguably has one of the best noise handling algorithms for high ISO low-light conditions, so the humble Sony may not produce the same clarity in comparison.
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