In which I take the new camera out again, with "better" results
A few tweaked settings, a fresh battery,
and significantly more light.
Apparently, that's what this new camera prefers.
|Duana and Hana were happy to serve as test subjects|
And who can blame it? I'm more than a bit solar-powered myself.
Changing the settings on this camera is not very intuitive; unlike the old camera, I will need a lot of practice before I can mess with this one appropriately on the move.
Movement, alas, is the weak spot:
|sedate walk = a little blurry|
If the light is even slightly dim and we are moving at more than a walk, the camera reverts to psychedelia.
|sedate trot + medium light = more shrooms, anyone?|
|sedate trot + darkness = can't feel my face|
|regular trot + decent light = |
this is what the woods really look like when we ride
So the answer seems to be: seek out sunlight and maintain a sedate pace.
|Blue skies, puffy white clouds. If only it could always be this way.|
Bah haha hah hah haa!
|Swamp = where we live. Trot = what we do.|