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Tuesday, August 16, 2011
ISS flyover tonight.
Got lucky, and managed to capture the ISS again with some fairly good images again. It's kind of a hit and miss thing to get some good images. For years I was using about 1/500th/second for shutter speed, and that was fine, but now that the station is done, and a lot brighter with all the panels, modules and spacecraft parked there it's a lot brighter now. I've been experimenting with 1/1000th/second now and that seems to do the trick. Faster shutter speed also means less motion blurred images.
Posted by Tom