- Aug 29, 2020
And a third stop lower Iso doesn't make a big difference if you use software like DxO.
Like this:When a female enters a male's territory the male will fly up and grab the female. Mating occurs on the wing and the pair are in tandem for only a brief period, often less than a minute. The pair separate and the female will find a suitable location for ovipositing, usually a stretch of open water with submerged vegetation. The female oviposits in flight, hovering above the water and dipping the tip of her abdomen in.
These are relatively small crops, the movement of the wings is of low amplitude, and so only a small area of the sensor is read for the used image. This will greatly decrease the rolling shutter effect as the time window for the effective image area is shortened.Very nice!
It makes me wonder how the R7 with EFCS at 15fps will do, it might do a bit better at freezing the wingtips compared to the R5 e-shutter. Having said that, the e-shutter has done much better than I expected in the shots above.