Or, if we rely on luck, I could put the camera in front and below the barrel, 14mm fish eye (180 degree field of view) on 11 fps dx mode, 1/8000th exposure, bump up the ISO to something silly to get a decent exposure and just put it constant mode with a remote release and see what we get. Might look a bit surreal though. If it's just recording JPEG's the buffer never fills up so you'd get more than enough frames even if it started a second or two before the trigger release. On 14bit RAW I get about 24 frames at 9fps and then it gradually slows down whilst the buffer clears but it would be lucky to catch the pellet in flight as the time between each exposure is greater than the time it takes for it to emerge and be long gone.
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EV2 MK1 + Leupold Comp 40x
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Last edited by Monty; 22nd October 2013 at 08:37 PM.