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  1. Yep I’m aware it’s Time mode and like I said what ever time I set using the rear dial, let’s say 1.5 minutes once the shutter button is pressed rather than it starting the time it just takes a photo -‘click ‘ At normal kind of SS say 1/250th . I've looked through the menus trying to figure out why it’s not opening on first click and shutting on 2nd but no joy.
  2. Thanks Jerry , I like the sound of NR in post I will definitely look into that. on the subject of the long exposures it is always like this , around 4’ with NR on and a more normal 45” with it off. The 2nd dilemma you ask about is I tried using T mode and it just takes the picture, as in ‘click’ job done, so if the exposure is set to 1.5 minutes it just goes click, no countdown. I have shutter set to Manual, Manuel aperture, iso 200 and shutter set to ‘T’. Any ideas ?
  3. Hi, I’m trying long exposure Photography using a 10 stop filter. I have 2 issues- firstly with noise reduction selected ‘ON’ and during an overcast day shooting a fast flowing river in Wales and using ‘B’ mode with cable release the actual exposure was 4 minutes, this was achieved by trying an exposure at say 1 min which resulted in black and thus increasing the time until it looked right on the scene and this History gram confirmed this. I then have to wait another 4 minutes for processing to take place removing ‘hot pixels’, which I get.But here’s the thing once noise reduction is turned ‘OFF’ the initial exposure drops dramatically to 45” ! I understand the processing isn’t being applied after but why has the initial exposure of 4 mins with it on, dropped to 45” whilst off ? At the time I was surprised it was as long as 4’ . what’s going on to make it sooooo long ?
  4. For example I’m trying long exposure Photography using a 10 stop filter. I have 2 issues- firstly with noise reduction selected ‘ON’ and during an overcast day shooting a fast flowing river in Wales and using ‘B’ mode with cable release the actual exposure is 4 minutes and then another 4 minutes for processing which I get. But here’s the thing once noise reduction is turned ‘OFF’ the initial exposure drops dramatically to 45” ! I understand the processing isn’t being applied after but why has the initial exposure of 4 mins with it on, dropped to 45” whilst off ?
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