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Double-exposures Anyhow...shooting with a regular film camera I often shot intentional double-exposures to create certain effects. Is this even possible with a digital camera? I would guess the answer is no, but I'm hoping there will be a way I can do this.

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DMC-FZ10 and an external flash with a manual trigger can do it. Just set a high aperture number, slow shutter speed, take the pictures...change camera direction a little..then as soon as you can, re-trigger the flash manually.

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