trailgumby wrote:This is what I used to get the beam shots for the MTS 2700 review:Canon EOS 600D, set at F9 and ISO400 with a 21mm focal length for 15 seconds.
Would be handy if you could replicate a shot at those settings (camera excepted - not expecting you to go buy an EOS 600D just to satify my curiosity! )
If they get any brighter I'm thinking I might have to drop the exposure time to 10 seconds.
Camera was positioned directly above the saddle - tripod doubled as bike stand for the shots.
I'll replicate your settings (with a Pentax), but I only have a 90mm lens at the moment (the original kit jobbie packed it in) so it won't be exactly the same.
I'll also shoot to the 'MTBR standard' that I came across while researching lights:
"Full manual, ISO-100, Exposure-6 seconds, Aperture-F4.0, Focus-Manual, White Balance-Daylight".