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I'm thinking when lighting becomes a thing I will go with video lights.
I'll look at editing software as well. And maybe go RAW. I'll have to play when I get back home.
It looks like the camera can Bluetooth connect. How well does that work? Will it Bluetooth to computer or just phone by some specific app?
I like to take video and photos which is why I chose the video lights. Also I prefer to use the camera for fairly close up photos and video. Anything from 3cm away to 3m away. For longer distance I most often take 4k video instead of photos.
This octopus was around 3m plus distance when I snapped this photo using the video lights. It was well hidden on the wall and I used the zoom feature on the camera to make the shot look a but closer up. That way I could not disturb the octopus from its spot when I was preparing to get the photo.
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Same here. So I also have my old go pro mounted on my rig. So I might use that for video and the TG6 for taking photos at the same time. This octopus hidden under a rocky outcrop again taken using the zoom.Nice shot but those are one of my favorite critters so I might be biased