I am reasonably new to panoramic photography, and just acquired a Panolux to go with my Noblex 6/150E. So far, I have two questions for the forum. First, are there particular conditions when either incident/reflective metering might be favored over the alternate technique? The manual is quite vague on which method to choose. Secondly, my camera does not have slow shutter speeds available. Will the Panolux give me a shutter speed that I can use to compute multiple exposures in order to reach a speed lower than the shutter can produce? How will the Panolux handle the multiple exposure situation?
Any and all help, advice, and scorn will be appreciated.
Thanks,
LJS
Please excuse this duplicate posting, also on RFF, I am just trying to increase my exposure, if you'll pardon the expression.
Best to all,
LJS