This alignment of the Milky Way over the Grand Tetons, in the Snake River Overlook, required me to wait until mid-September. I have vaguely heard it is one among those things digital cameras can do and as long as it isn't appearing on the photos I am fine with it. I'll also admit it'sn't the world's most rapid autofocus, I attempted getting photographs of golden tamarins on that trip. I genuinely like fine art photography it for the nighttime photography session when I get results I am not unhappy with and can return in and just mess around. I also find it an easy camera to use to try to branch out into types of photography I usually do not strive like food and I am not unhappy with me results.
Canon EOS 5D Mark III / 7D / 1D Mark IV Canon 17-40 mm f4 L Canon 24-105 mm f4 L IS; Canon 70-200 mm f4 L IS; Canon 300 mm f4 L IS; Canon 500 mm f4 L IS; Canon 1.4 x Extender II Canon 2.0X Extender III ; Founder/owner of MPEG (Midwest Photography Enthusiasts Group) ; Interests include Picturesque and Wildlife Photography with a special interest in HDR Photography and outside model portrait photography.
This version isn't alone in digital cameras with that problem, although this is just plain annoying when you have just shelled out several hundred on a brand new camera. Don't get me wrong, I know all cameras have shortcomings, there at least are no mysterious oil spots on my photos or goodness knows what else as of yet. But that thirty second setting for the shutter let us you dip a toe in the night photography pool. And yes, I'm calling him a he. All Kodak cameras have Kodi-san and styles has personality plus.