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originally posted by: Hellas
a reply to: zeroPointOneQ
A racing car shot with 1/250 would still be somewhat blurry and you would need to to some panning to capture it. You could put your ISO at AUTO and still would need at least 1/500 to be able to get a "UFO" in the frame.
(in motion that is) Which still would be a very lucky shot, because you would need find it through the viewfinder first.
Exactly! You are right about the panning (which gives a cool effect on these shutter speeds)!
Now this begs the question what would they expect to see or find of interest with instructions like these. Surely they wouldn't go for the estetics? Perhaps one good shot of a (stationary) object?
originally posted by: mikell
I've used miles of Tri-X and it can be pushed to 1600ASA even 3200 if your camera would do it. Now taking UFO pictures it would work if you and it were steady Developing your own you could draw some more out of the film but it would be really grainy.