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Information - decent bridge camera for 60 quid !!!

Discussion in 'Kit / Clothing / Equipment' started by Stopford_lad, Oct 17, 2013.

  1. Stopford_lad

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    Yep, perfect for newcomers etc, thanks.
     
  3. wellingtonian

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    Ok, bear with me....... I know fook all about photography. Do all of mine with an iPhone!!
    Of course this becomes a problem on a night or underground explore.
    Would this camera be ok for that sort of work?
    Would I be able to take low lighting shots without a flash, as I've seen other guys do with their dslr's?
    Any info would be helpful
    Cheers
     
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    This has a maximum exposure time (shutter speed) of 15 seconds. That's enough for underground shots as long as you have decent lighting and a tripod. For large dark spaces it wouldn't be long enough to light paint the whole thing. Overall though a really good camera for the price.
     
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    Shot Victoria Arches, Tiviot Dale and Sidedraught with one of these. Great for 60 quid. :thumb
     
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    Thanks for the feedback guys. How about for rooftops/cranes?
     
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    Good spot! being a newbie this seems like a good idea, can't go wrong really. And not a huge loss if its terrible! Mind showing some shots taken with it?
     
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