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Old 01-20-2010, 05:49 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by LSRC Railfan View Post
I was told that 1/640th was a good starting point. Granted, this isn't necessary when shooting a 10mph train and posting the shot strictly on the internet, but I myself wouldn't go slower than 1/640th if I were shooting a 60 mph train.
I use 1/640th f 7.1 as a start for straight sun, and go from there with what the light meter wants to do... If I'm in high speed train territory (60MPH+) I'll even jump the ISO to 200 to stop it.
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