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Harvest Full Moon over Castle in ultraviolet (UV)

Dr Klaus Schmitt

Well-known member
I thought UV photography needed a relatively high level of light. Can we have some details about the setup, shutter time, etc please?
Original date/time: 2020:10:02 22:40:30
Original date/time subsecs: 405
Exposure time: 25/10
F-stop: 0.0
ISO speed: 3200
Focal length: 0.0000
Focal length (35mm): 0
Flash: Not fired
Exposure mode: Auto
White balance: Manual
Orientation: Top-left
Light source: Unknown
Exposure bias: 1.3300
Metering mode: Spot
Exposure program: Aperture priority
Digitized date/time: 2020:10:02 22:40:30
Digitized date/time subsecs: 405
Modified date/time: 2020:10:02 22:40:30
Modified date/time subsecs: 405
Scene type: Photograph
Custom rendered: Normal
Scene capture type: Standard
Gain control: High gain up
Digital zoom ratio: 0.0000
Contrast: Normal
Saturation: Normal
Sharpness: Normal
Camera make: Panasonic
Camera model: DMC-GH4
X resolution: 180.0000
Y resolution: 180.0000
Resolution unit: Inches
Camera version: Ver.2.6
Colorspace: sRGB
File source: DSC
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
X resolution: 180.0000
Y resolution: 180.0000

I noticed that these were the ONLY Exif data you highlighted. I wondered why did he do that?

I thought, just perhaps, you were signaling that you’d discovered some advanced low light pixel-binning option in your camera and so could make virtual pixels some 200 microns across, LOL!

That would be SO convenient!

Asher
 
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