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Anomalous Beings In The atmosphere

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posted on Apr, 26 2017 @ 12:03 PM
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posted on Apr, 27 2017 @ 04:28 AM
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originally posted by: Animal505
a reply to: wmd_2008

Hi everyone look at my pictures of the sky. Look a cloud ohh man that's so funny.


WOW how will I recover from that I know I will say this, photography is all about Science/Art/Skill & knowledge something which YOU obviously don't possess. Did I mention clouds NO that was you but for example I can do this, show a Galaxy far,far away M31 starting to show on right in a wide angle image



I can take night shots at using zoom hand held and get a clear image.



Something that should be easy even for you in DAYLIGHT a telephoto image handheld which is crisp & sharp for example this jet at over 25,000 feet a few miles downrange from my house.



Guess what when the file is cropped it's still sharp unlike the BALLOON pictures



When you KNOW what you are doing you can photograph anything and get the results



Even when compressed due file limit on here the DETAIL is all there.(right click on image for larger view)



Smaller senors like the P900 has also create more noise due to the tiny pixels see this chart below.



The P900 sensor 3rd from left.

Your P900 is ok but has LOTS of limitations a lot due to the sensor size and lack of skill of the user it
also limits print sizes that can be done and even an entry level Nikon DSLR can print so much larger
that much of you zoom advantage is lost.

Also if you are interested in making prints a review said this.

P900
A very good 13 x 19 inch print at ISO 100; a nice 8 x 10 at ISO 800; a good 4 x 6 at ISO 3200.

The Nikon 3200

SO 100 shots look terrific printed as large as 24 x 36 inches, with good detail and color. Wall display prints are possible to 30 x 40 inches.

ISO 200 shots look great at 20 x 30 inches.

ISO 400 images also stand up to printing at 20 x 30 inches.

ISO 800 prints start to show a little more noise in the shadows and a little softer detail at 20 x 30, so while we'd call them usable, we prefer them printed at 16 x 20 inches.

ISO 1,600 prints are pretty good at 13 x 19 inches. A bit of noise is creeping into a few areas, but still good for the ISO.

ISO 3,200 shots are a bit rough printed at 13 x 19, but pass muster at 11 x 14 inches, with just a bit of noise in flatter areas.

So at iso 3200 a 4x6 print from the P900 but a 11X14 inch from the 3200.

So the P900 is a good camera IF in the right hands but I will stick to a DSLR.



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posted on Apr, 27 2017 @ 07:05 AM
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originally posted by: Naturallywired
Ok these are three beings I captured years back on camera above my backyard hill treeline. Or my camera erred out like the beast it was.
It was real foggy that night and right after this shot the battery failed.

You decide?


OK I have decided a long shutter speed caused light trails due to camera movement.



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