The G9 is a hard camera to quit. I’ve tried once before, and I can’t do it. We are stuck with each other.I really don't use the G9 much anymore since I got the Z6 and Z50 but I can't seem to make myself get rid of it.
Just sitting on the patio yesterday I decided to take the G9 with 100-400 in case something to happen by and this Chipmunk posed for a few seconds. Shutter speed kept low on purpose so I could keep the ISO down as he was in deep shade.
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How are you stacking them?More hand held image stacking. I really am pretty impressed with how well it works, I’m not bracing myself, leaning on anything, I’m even huffing & puffing a bit after physical exertion, but they just keep coming out fine
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I'm using Silkypix developer Pro 10. They included exposure, focus, and some other stacking in the latest update. I bought the update on sale a few months back, and it's been one of the best value for $$ items I've bought in the last couple of years. I really am impressed at how well it works, even hand held. Far far far better than the in camera version, which I could never get good results from when hand holding. I regularly use it now, I find that 3 shots 1EV apart seems to be the happy medium for hand held sharpness vs detail and lack of shadow noise. It produces cleaner and better shots than my old 6D, which makes me very happyHow are you stacking them?
More hand held image stacking. I really am pretty impressed with how well it works, I’m not bracing myself, leaning on anything, I’m even huffing & puffing a bit after physical exertion, but they just keep coming out fine
Oh, the Desoto brings back childhood memories!