I am new to posting, but have been reading for some time. Great resource!
I have some questions about shooting from a helicopter that I may need to do in the next couple of weeks. I am a real estate agent and will be potentially getting an listing on as much as 80 acres.
I have a D60, 35mm 1.8, 50mm 1.8 (may be hard to use from the air with no auto focus), 18-55 kit, 55-200 kit and Tokina 11-16.
What I am reading is to keep the shutter around 1/1000th or higher so I will probably set some in aperture priority wide open and some in shutter priority at 1/1250th and auto ISO set at a maximum of ISO 800 (too much noise above that).
A.) Will my setup be sufficient?
B.) Any tips?
C.) Lens/settings recommendations?
D.) Anything else?
I did a Google search and found a couple decent articles, but this seems the kind of thing that a good conversation may help me with. I understand the camera and know how to use all of the settings. I'm actually ready to upgrade, but, will likely wait until the next generation comes out and will get the D90 replacement. Not sure yet, we'll see.
Thanks in advance for your time and any thoughts/suggestions/experience/help anyone may have,