I found myself with some free time early Sunday evening. The kids were out with their mother, and I had a new camera to try out. My Panasonic GH4 is a lot of fun. The ISO on the camera reaches 25,600, which I shouldn’t complain about. Even 3-4 years ago, that was the state of the art. But not these days. You can get a Sony A7s, which has an amazing max 409,600. It’s like cat vision, really. With 25,600 ISO and a decent lens, I didn’t need to open the shutter as long as I did. But I wanted the light streaks that used to come with night shooting, so I kept the ISO low, and increased the shutter speed to 1.6 seconds. The following was only about a half an hour, but that is compressed to 21 seconds.