Orion wrote:Best to use a tripod ...
... and manual exposure.
Bracketing the exposure is a good idea too.
trebleone wrote:Orion wrote:Best to use a tripod ...
Assuming they're permitted in the hangars at Duxford .... many museums don't allow the use of tripods for H&S reasons (possible trip hazard or may cause an obstruction), but I don't know the rules at Dux. If tripods are not allowed, consider getting a seperate flash gun - the pop-up flash on the camera may help, but will probably not be sufficient due to the size of the subjects.... and manual exposure.
Why? Aperture Priority auto should give an equal result ... unless the required exposure time is in excess of 30"Bracketing the exposure is a good idea too.
Agreed ... although checking the histogram and, if necessary, re-taking the shot with appropriate exposure compensation, would also be effective.
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