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  1. Glory
    14.06.2018

    Very informative!)

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  2. anonym
    23.08.2018

    Thank you very much for your articles! Very affordable and to the point!

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  3. Major Mahoney
    28.08.2018

    Yes, flash is an amateur friend!
    In Soviet times, I had not very good photos, so to speak. A kind man was found, he advised me to buy a camera "Amateur-166", he said it would be better. And she was right!
    I did not know what shutter speeds and apertures to use, I photographed mainly indoors.
    I bought a flash and solved this problem once and for all. Each flash had a look-up table or a ring on which all the necessary parameters for shooting stood. Since then I only had great photos! :-)

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  4. Anatoly
    09.01.2020

    Arkady hello, please. tell me, I can’t figure out why, under the same conditions and settings in the cameras (nikon d60 and d3300) in mode A, CAMERA sets the shutter speed far from the set according to the golden rule, several times longer than necessary, resulting in blur.

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    • Arkady Shapoval
      09.01.2020

      Use auto-iso and adjust the desired shutter speed in PASM modes, and the camera does not take this rule into automatic modes

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      • Anatoly
        09.01.2020

        Thank you very much.

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  5. Anatoly
    09.01.2020

    In d60, this problem is only with a fifty dollars, from 18-55 there is no such problem.

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  6. Leonid
    24.01.2020

    Point 4 - to stabilize the camera and eliminate shake, use the on-camera strap, similar to how a sniper is used when shooting while standing. It helps a lot, up to the fact that you can shoot at long exposures, if with a stub - 1 sec. by 200mm. With 28 mm lens without stub up to 1/2 sec. Worst of all is with a light lens like an industar-50-2 or heavier, or according to the rule - 1 / 50sec.

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  7. Leonid
    24.01.2020

    I would supplement the “golden rule” with one more formula for determining the safe exposure when shooting in motion or moving objects and dynamic scenes:
    T = 1 / (25kf (v / d)), where
    k-crop factor;
    focal length of the lens;
    v-speed of movement in m / s .;
    d-distance to the subject in meters.
    This formula can be checked on the tables of Mikulin http://www.klax.tula.ru/~vendi/mik10.html
    For myself, I simplified this formula T = 1 / (50f), where v = d, and the crop factor 1,6 rounded to 2.

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    • Firear
      29.10.2020

      Also carry a calculator in your bag ?! 😂

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      • Leonid
        21.02.2021

        A calculator is not needed here and nafig, is it possible that the definition of endurance in the mind by the formula T = 1 / (3f) causes a problem for someone ?!

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  8. Michael
    07.02.2021

    Since the film times, with the reverend Praktika-L and Kiev-19, with the use of optics of the Jupiter-21 type, i.e. up to 200 mm shutter speed up to half a second worked clearly with hands. I practically never use puff. On parachute jumps at the airfield "canon-50d" with a glass of 100-400, I went lightly from my hands. Well, yes, the shutter speed is shorter, given the speed of the parachutist's landing. Now I have converted to Nikon's faith. Even indoors, in low light, D-3 and D-700 with glass up to 300 mm pull quite a zerr buzz))))

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