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  1. Zeenon

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    What would be a good starting point to record fireworks? ISO/shutter speed?

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    I'd say you could experiment in a dark room with candles or flash lights to get an idea...your results would be interesting to see.
     
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    Check CaptainDrones low light video test. High ISO, low shutter speed I think he said.
     
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    Fireworks are very bright. Use shutter and iso the same as you would during the day.
     
  5. Zeenon

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    Played around with 2 different setting. From 0:00 to 2:15 I shot in auto, 2:16 to 2:30 I tried manual with a high ISO, 2:31 to 3:15 back to auto and lastly, 3:16 to the end, back to manual.



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