someone can give me tips as I aurora SonyTRV900 with a can? Unfortunately, my attempts failed until now and I have concentrated myself on the photograph.
In recent days, the Northern Lights, however, is moving so fast that I am sorry they did not capture on video to be able to - now I wonder whether it is theoretically possible - or how it funktioiert. The camera is needed so at least 30sec to Picture to expose, because the difference is synonymous to the next picture too much about a movie from still images to make.
How it looks like? Are there any tricks, or is impossible with this camera? I know the functions of the video camera is not too accurate because I often take photographs. My attempts were with all the tripod, manual focus to infinity.
Thank you for your advice
Antwort von robbie:
well, yes you could try the "shutter speed" of your hinaufzusetzen sony ... So the effects on the slowshutter .. 4;
schöne grüße! Robbie
Antwort von Udo Schröer:
On full moon watched ....
Antwort von Jörg:
Hi, I do not understand the problem. I have not so good with its cam for hours auroral recordings. Of course, Tripod, of course, infinitely scharfgestellt.Einfach run down, not only because rübergelegt jacket -50 °. The Battery was then, however, after 20 min ready for change.
Antwort von Helmuth:
Thanks for the replies, werd your suggestions the next time you try ... Maybe yes leads the right combination of full moon, strong northern lights and camera set correctly to succeed.
Antwort von Markus:
You had the TRV900 in such an auroral situation ever in use? With fully automatic? - If the camcorder is too dark, he would in this case the aperture open and the signal amplification raufziehen. Much more could you not synonymous manual, if the picture later typical video-liquid run.
Optional would be an extension of the exposure time. Whether this helps, then you'll see on the spot ...
Question s.alle who already aurora recorded on video: White Balance on artificial or natural light? * interest-bin *