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Question for camera experts - Delayed exposure with digital camera?

 
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Question for camera experts - Delayed exposure with digital camera?
How can you or is it even possible to take a delayed exposure pic with a digital camera?

Yes, one could take multiple pic and then combine it into on but I would like to take meteor pics Luke the ones using film camera but with digital.
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Re: Question for camera experts - Delayed exposure with digital camera?
How can you or is it even possible to take a delayed exposure pic with a digital camera?

Yes, one could take multiple pic and then combine it into on but I would like to take meteor pics Luke the ones using film camera but with digital.
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Lots of digital cameras have that option.

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Re: Question for camera experts - Delayed exposure with digital camera?
How can you or is it even possible to take a delayed exposure pic with a digital camera?

Yes, one could take multiple pic and then combine it into on but I would like to take meteor pics Luke the ones using film camera but with digital.
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By setting your camera so that the aperture stays open longer and most cameras have the ability. The aperture is what let's in light.
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Re: Question for camera experts - Delayed exposure with digital camera?
You need a DSLR and know how to use it.
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