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de Havilland Dash 8-300 (N327EN)

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Piedmont N327EN departing KCLT Rwy 18L on 12/18/2017.

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nicholastoto5
great picture. what camera is this taken with?
nicholastoto5
also, what setting did you use to make the prop look like that and not look like they are powered off?
great pic, my favorite plane!!
Mark Thomas
nicholastoto5, a shutter speed of 1/250 second will get you a nice blur on the props. The lower the shutter speed the more blur!
Chris PippenPhoto Uploader
Glad you like it! As for the camera and settings, I shot this on my Nikon D7200 using my Tamron SP 70-300mm lens. I was shooting at 1/400s, f/8 and ISO 100 and was zoomed to 230mm. And as Mark stated, with prop aircraft you want to shoot for 1/250th or slower to achieve that blur, but the slower shutter speed also makes it harder to get everything else sharp, so it is a balancing act.
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