posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 04:20 AM
reply to post by greencmp
The thing is that most of the pictures we see is taken with amateur equipment. If you want results, its gonna cost. You don't buy a new Volvo and
expect to win a formula 1 race with it. An amateur or semi-pro camera house and lens just wont do it, but people fail to realize that (Amatueur models
in the Canon product line include every house from 1100d up to 7D. In Nikon all models up to D7000). You need the better ISO capability, the more
advanced AF system, the superior dynamic range, and so on to get good pictures of something moving at low light.
Want really good pictures today when out UFO hunting? Get a Nikon D4 or a Canon 1Dx and a fast 500/600mm pro lens (not a 50m, not a 70-300 or a Sigma
150-500). Crank up the ISO, and use a tripod. Go talk to anyone standing at the sideline of an NFL match, copy their equipment. That's what you
In the Sirius movie they used a 50mm f/1,2 lens. Ffs, thats a portrait lens. Ofc you will just see a small dot on the pictures using that one.