Hello, Thanks so much for this great effort and information but can you
help me because i dont know which video to see first i bought a new camera
canon D600 and am completely a beginner, i watched the way i should hold
the camera with. and the aperture video and i dont know the appropriate
sequence to learn precisely Thanks in advance
Hey buddy,yes you’re right the max is 30 seconds,but your camera have a
“bulb” mode which alow you to take the picture at any time you want. But
you do want to use a remote shutter control to have the steady and not out
of focus image.
For people asking for how to change exposure to 30″ + you have to you bulb.
If you scroll the exposure it end at bulb. It helps you choose your manual
exposure until you let go of the release button. Hope it helped. (:
Star trails are much more complicated than setting the camera down and do
long exposure in my opinion. In fact I could photograph just the stars with
no problem but with star trails I’d have to do some planning. Viewfinder is
normally used during the day. At night there isn’t enough light for it to
really mess up the exposure. Robert and I did talk about noise reduction
option we just forgot to mention it.
make sure you have high ISO noise reduction and long exposure noise
reduction on…with long exposure noice reduction you will see that it will
take as long as the shot you took to reduce the noise and hot pixels..where
you trying to do star trails? F11 will not get good star trails..ISO 200 is
high too..I stick with ISO 100 when doing star trails at all times like I
said on the video.