Long exposure imaging for capturing lighting flashes
Posted by Abram Johnson on 1/2/2018, 4:54 am
Hello all, |
I have used in the past my RPi + Camera Board for taking stills to create time-lapse videos with great success, but now I would to like to capture some long exposure images at night (about 5 minutes per image), my primary goal is trying to capture lighting flashes during a thunderstorm using the same hardware, so I have three concrete questions:
a) The standard camera board (Not the Pi-Noir) will be suitable for this purpose ?
b) What should be the "recommended" settings for the camera? I'm planning to use the "raspistill" command.
c) There is any advantage in the image quality using either .jpg or .png formats? The disk space is not a concern by now.
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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