Really good pictures of the muzzle flash! How many camera frames would you say it took to get those results in each picture? I have an AK clone pistol with a huge report and even greater muzzle flash, but I've never been able to get a result like in your second frame! It doesn't matter where I shoot, it attracts attention from close and far -- even a mile away, because of the report! Folks think someone's using a cannon!!!
Looked back at some old pics pulled off of movies with my 8MM shorty - thought I'd add them to the thread. I can delete them if I'm over stepping a post here. Just thought they were cool as it was broad daylight at the time and the effect was dramatic (I thought)
pictures of fire coming out of a gun should never be considered "overstepping a post"!
The camera was my friends who is big time into photography. The shutter snapping sounds like a zipper! Then he can spin this dial on it and it almost looks like your watching a movie when it shows all the frames in a row.
Right, no overstepping here. What I meant to ask was "What was theframes/second at which it was being shot by the camera?" I've had a hard time getting such a good capture of the flames at their maximum.
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