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Old Jun 13, 2006, 12:54 AM   #1
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This one is from my archives. taken with a great little camera, the Panasonic LC33 (3 MP), which I sold a while back. Both shots are almost identical except for the focal length.

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Panasonic LC33
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f/10.4 ==> does not sound right but that's what Picasa is telling me
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Old Jun 13, 2006, 12:56 AM   #2
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Old Jun 13, 2006, 10:41 PM   #3
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I loaded your photo into PSPX and looked at the EXIF data and it confirms what you posted. It also showed that your flash was turned on. That would have skewed the readings resulting in a slower shutter speed. The flash has no effect on the exposure in this case but would have affected depth of field.

I love this shot. It has been a very long time since I have seen Lake Tahoe. When I was in high school, my family had a cabin at the south end of the lake. The view of Tahoe from an airplane is breathtaking!

What I want to know is how do they hoist those boats out of the water onto those piers?

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Tullio,

Wonderful blue shots, I bounced between the close-up vs the zoomed out shot and still cant decide which I like better. Both are well done. Your 3mp Panasonic is no slouch.

In Florida each pier had a small winch that hoisted their boats.

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Thanks Cal and Selvin. Yes, the LC33 is indeed an awesome camera (I should never had sold it). Cal, you are right, flash was on but for no particular reason. During those days I did not use to pay a whole lot of attention to camera settings. The LC33 has no manual controls so there was very little to adjust. Obviously flash on/off is one of them. Thanks Selvin for answering Cal's boat question.
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