Question about Cameras
Shutter speed is the key for sharp pictures in action shots. Depending on the event, 1/250 of a second or higher is the best choice. The Rebel has the 'S' mode, you can set the speed there and let the camera do the rest.
Higher ASA film is required in anything but a bright sunny day. I had great success with Fuji 800. I set the ASA manually to 640 for a bit of over expousre.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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