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Old Oct 10, 2007, 5:28 AM   #1
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One of the pics. I shot @ Iso 400 while toying around with my new K10D! I think I should have chosen a faster stutter speed, yet the colours are there!


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Great shot, nice choice on the K10D....................musket
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Old Oct 10, 2007, 5:43 PM   #3
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Is it some kind of Gurami that can breethe also in dirty water?

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Great shot Bahadir



Tell us about that K10 with in body shake reduction, apposed to in the lens VR.


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Old Oct 11, 2007, 5:57 AM   #5
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musket wrote:
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Great shot, nice choice on the K10D....................musket
Thanks musket! Trying to devise ways to justify my purchase :-)



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That's right, Torgny! These guys can breath air thanks to their labyrinth organ, like the betta fish. That's a great hobby!You become soo happy when you achieve the beautiful water microcosm : )


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Great shot Bahadir
Tell us about that K10 with in body shake reduction, apposed to in the lens VR.


Thanks for your appreciation Jeff !

I haven't tried VR lens so far, though Iam aware of the nikkor quality. Still, I think the picture below shot from my balcony with the 70mm (105 mm equivalent)end of my sigma 17-70 @ an exposure time of 1'' and ISO 800, will give you an idea. That's straight from the camera and the exif is there if you're interested!

Btw, I should also mention that I could shoot at an exposure time of 1/8'' with my non IS compact before that one
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