Bright and Sunny...

by Sylvia Warren March. 01, 2020 604 views

I just finished reading the guidebook on the Canon EOS RP mirror-less and haven't had much time to take photos, but I tried to implement one of the new tools at my fingertips - in camera double exposure!

And because the arrangement is too pretty to not share...

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Gone Fishing Without A Pole 1 year, 2 months ago

Beautiful. The Canon EOS RP is in my top 10 list for new cameras.

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Sylvia Warren Replied to Gone Fishing Without A Pole 1 year, 2 months ago

+1

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Gone Fishing Without A Pole Replied to Sylvia Warren 1 year, 2 months ago

Sylvia dont mean to quiz you too much about the RP- However, I want to photograph nightscapes which will require the camera being out in the night moist air for extended time. The RP was on Spencer Cameras recommended list for nightscape and astrophotography but I was concerned about its environment seal against water. Any comment on that issue?

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Sylvia Warren Replied to Gone Fishing Without A Pole 1 year, 1 month ago

Hey Bruce! Just got on and saw your question. I have not had the camera out at night so I cannot comment. My assumption is that it will stand up to those conditions the way my Canon DSLR did (except for when it fell in the lake a year and half ago, and a night sleeping in a sealed bag of rice took care of that). By moist air, are you talking about humidity? I did take the RP into a conservatory filled with tropical plants which generated a lot of moist air, which provided a cloudy effect to the photos. If it's humidity to which you are referring, I would allow time for the camera to adjust to the environment before taking those important shots. I had the same issue with my DSLR when I took the camera from an air conditioned car into the humidity of Florida in late Summer.

1 year, 1 month ago Edited

Yes, I was not referring to water tight but mainly humidity and night air. With astro-photography and nightscape shots the camera will be exposed to time lapse and environmental exposure. Ive continue to read about this. The mirrorless cameras are more exposed as there is no barrier between the lens and the sensor. These are picky questions and Im sorry for the quiz. I will figure it out.

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