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Old 05-17-2007, 04:57 PM   #43
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Caterham 7 Superlight R


Well, shooting at 1/30 is not the easiest, even when shooting something still, let alone something in motion. Cameras can definitely shoot slower just get a lot of camera shake (hence we return to the tripod rule). I shot the black Protege above at 1/50, and we couldn't have been going more than 20 mph, since I was hanging out the sliding door of a minivan
With practice and the right tools, you can go even slower with the shutter

This was at 1/10th at about 40mph

Well, it does usually look something like this
Playing it safe

Try standing up in the back of a pick up truck while going around a race track at 45mph

I wear a harness now when I do this stuff
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