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The answer to low light shooting is IS (Image Stabilization). I always use P mode and let the camera select the other parameters; ISO, f stop and shutter speed. I think the camera is a lot smarter than I am - and faster, too.
To see exposure details, click on an image, then hover over the upper right corner.

ISO 3200 f2.8 1/4 sec.

ISO 3200 f2.8 1/4 sec.

f2.8 - 1/10th sec. ISO 200

f2.8 - 1/10th sec. ISO 200

Hohsenji 1/6 sec., f2.8, ISo200

Hohsenji 1/6 sec., f2.8, ISo200

f2.8 - 1/4 sec. ISO 200

f2.8 - 1/4 sec. ISO 200

1/20 sec., f3.7, ISO400

1/20 sec., f3.7, ISO400

ARSON? 1/15 sec., f4.0, ISO125

ARSON? 1/15 sec., f4.0, ISO125

Eng. 19 getting a line into place on the B side.

Eng. 19 getting a line into place on the B side.

ISO3200 f4.4 1/13sec. 39.84mm

ISO3200 f4.4 1/13sec. 39.84mm

3rd alarm - ISO 1600

3rd alarm - ISO 1600

As usual, a fast knockdown

As usual, a fast knockdown

Critique

Critique

Apparatus lined up on Weidler St.

Apparatus lined up on Weidler St.

2188 SW Main

2188 SW Main

Original

Original

Brighten - HIGH

Brighten - HIGH

Backlight - 100%

Backlight - 100%

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1.missedshot(non-registered)
I've admired your work before. I can imagine that getting a shot in fire conditions would be very - stressful isn't the right word, hard to do?

I came so close to getting the x-s1. It has many advantages over my s1.

Thanks for the tips on low light.
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