Decided that I should test something today that has been on my mind for a rather long time. Can I do a super long exposure in the middle of the day ? So I drove down to Sibbarp, the sun shining and lots of people out and about. Setup the camera, and put on the Shing-Ray LB warming Polarizer, the Lee Filter 0.9 ND and ofcourse the Lee Big Stopper, combinding it with ISO 50 and F22 I was able to set it up for a 32min exposure. Now the sky does look a bit blown out, probably wouldnt hurt to have a graduated filter, but then again there where no real clouds over there it was just overcast horizon so it would probably have been just white with a graduated fitler anyway. I kinda like the result, will probably do some more super long exposures in the middle of the day
Another little interesting fact is that the the battery didnt even drop 1 single dot, even though it after the 32 minute exposure did 32 minutes of Long Exposure Noise reduction, so essential the cameras was "working" for 1 hour 4minutes for this shot. And the battery just didnt even take a hit.