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Dolphin jump

Discussion in 'General' started by toy77, Jul 16, 2017.

  1. toy77

    toy77 Well-Known Member

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    In Zoomarine - Algarve Portugal with Fuji X-T1/55-200

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    I do not think this picture is correct, I think the dolphin is far too big........??? ES ?
     
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    What is ES?
     
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    Electronic Shutter? I believe.
     
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    But what the ES could do with the picture?
    The dolphin is a litle bigger because it is near that the people behind... I think...
     
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    If the picture is correct then it's fine. :)

    But the dolphin did not look correct in size. And that effect (stretching) can occur with ES recordings and fast moving objects.
     

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