Sunday, March 20, 2011

Fried Chicken and the SuperMoon

Now that's a combination, and my Saturday.
I cleaned the grill, fried some chicken,
and pulled out some cameras to shoot the moon.

I bought an open box Sony HDR-CX 150 a few months ago
but have not really tested it out.
It has a 25X zoom, and I'd have to say for a tiny camera
it packs a hell of a reach.

In comparison, here is a time lapse of the SuperMoon
shot with my Canon EOS 40d with a 70-200 2.8L.
Time lapse was shot at 1 frame every 5 seconds.
I used DPP Pro to crop each frame for the close-ups.
You can see there is a limit to how far you can go
with the hardware and software I had available.

Now if that has not filled your appetite for "SuperMoon"
my friend chadsorianophotoblog posted this
very cool Canon EOS Rebel T3i test on his blog and youtube channel.


1 comment:

  1. I would be interested in a egg timer time lapse of the yummy fried chicken being salted, floured, fried to a crisp and then devoured by me. It is good to see the Canon 40D make a comeback. I have some memorable pictures from that glorious camera.
    Thanks for the post of my T3i/600D digital zoom test!


getawaymoments copyright 2015