What is the best way to capture national hunt racing photos in poor light?Will the camera body make a difference.
That's a hard one to answer... it helps if you can get what light is available behind you. So you're not shooting into the light. Then really it's a case of ramping up the ISO, on a good camera setting the ISO to 600 should be enough to get decent photo, without too much digital noise.Picking the right F-stop will also help, f4 will allow more light than f16 but the depth of field is going to be shallow.
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