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Adalbert
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Post by Adalbert »

Hello everybody,
This time stacked by the FB of the M6M2 (77 * 3).
flower_3_px1024_q87.jpg
BR, ADi

Pau
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Re: flower

Post by Pau »

Nice stack but...
Adalbert wrote: stacked by the FB of the M6M2 (77 * 3)
I understand nothing, could you be clearer, please?
Pau

Adalbert
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Re: flower

Post by Adalbert »

Hi Pau,
Yes, of course:
FB = Focus-Bracketing
M6M2 = Canon EOS M6 Mark II
77 = number of the steps of the stack
3 = size of the step (of the internal FB of the M6M2 :-)
BR, ADi

Pau
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Re: flower

Post by Pau »

Thanks, now this has sense
Pau

klevin
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Re: flower

Post by klevin »

Nice work. Were you outside? What software did you use to stack?

I have the same camera and have been experimenting with stacking in the field so to speak. Finding times with no wind is a challenge where I live, but Helicon does a great job of aligning when there's just slight breezes. I'll post something soon.

Adalbert
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Re: flower

Post by Adalbert »

Hello Klevin,

Yes, this picture has been taken in the garden.
Mostly I use DMap from Zerene Stacker.

I have already taken some stacks using the internal focus-bracketing
of the M6M2 based on 999 single shots and step-size 1
e.g. viewtopic.php?f=27&t=42064

BR, ADi

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