« on: November 23, 2014, 08:03:51 PM »
Hi,Well I hope Brian's knowledge of the camera is better than his knowledge of horses !
You might try reading the review before embarrassing yourself with a gratuitous negative comment.
"Perhaps even more beneficial for understanding what can be done with this frame rate is to look at a visual example. Drag your mouse over the labels under the following image for a visual look at the 10 fps rate. Drag your mouse completely across all of the labels in 1.3 seconds to get an idea of the speed of the approaching horse – approximately 40-45 mph (64-72 kph). I know, the labels are a bit small for that mouse move, but this approach happened very fast."
She would have to be riding a top form Derby winner - on the flat - on good going - with a race saddle - riding weight less than 7 stone. As I said, this target would have been travelling towards the camera at 18 mph max.
Know nothing about horse, but are you sure horse run so slow?? Slower than most top athlete?? Hmm... I thought basically any healthy horse can out run the fastest human...
Have a nice day.