lightningzap wrote:What will be the best way to get a grain free non blurry photo of this rate event?
scbriml wrote:lightningzap wrote:What will be the best way to get a grain free non blurry photo of this rate event?
"grain free" - use the lowest ISO setting possible
"non blurry" - use as high a shutter speed as possible
I suspect you'll need a tripod or at least a monopod. Shutter speed less of an issue if using a tripod, but more of an issue if plane is moving (which from your description, it will be). Movement will be less of an issue if the plane is nose-on moving towards you, more of an issue if side-on moving across your field of view.
Unfortunately, low ISO and high shutter speed is a tricky combo in the dark!
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