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  1. Jan Steinman
    April 20, 2020 @ 16:06

    Fun! Thanks for the great tips!

    Here is one I did, trying to capture a meteor shower. I managed to get ONE meteor.

    My pet peeve is there is nothing in the EXIF data to indicate Live Composite has been used. It would be nice if there were more information about the actual exposure in the EXIF data.

    This was with an OM-System Zuiko 21mm ƒ/2.0, on a Metabones Speedbooster Ultra, for an effective 15mm ƒ/1.4.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/604dfa74d26f9da8d7df43ce848f352e831771993705e8c21f9377983ad76900.jpg

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    • Lisa
      May 19, 2020 @ 01:43

      It is in the exif data
      Just not obvious

      Download the Olympus Workspace
      See the number of frames
      Of your base exposure is ten seconds
      The exif Data shows shutter speed as ten seconds
      If you took 200 frames
      Then 10x 200 = 2000 seconds total exposure or 33 minutes

      Message me via Facebook or email me and I can send you a screen shot

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