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Old Aug 27, 2002, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Knot and Med Gull - Consistent performance with C5000 and S

A couple of pictures to show that practice and location can make a good picture. Nothing done to these pictures apart from small amount of cropping on the Knot. The remote release works a treat, not yet tried using the aural technique - see previous post!

Knot taken at 1700mm and Med Gull at 2000mm. Both with sector selected AF and centre weighted AE.
Both pictures had decent lighting and enough contrast to ensure the auto focus worked well. Pictures taken at approx The knot was taken at 1/500 and underexposed by 1 stop. The med gull at 1/125 with no compensation.

I am arranging to take a picture of my rig to add to the portfolio under a previous thread.

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Old Aug 27, 2002, 12:50 PM   #2
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Default The other attachment - Med Gull

Med gull attached.

Lin how do you attach two items without combining into a single picture
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Old Aug 27, 2002, 7:29 PM   #3
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Hi Chris,
Nice shots! Just click on the icon, put in the link then repeat the process so that one linked image is immediately below the other.

Or, if you do it manually, just put in your link exactly as it is done by the software with leading square bracket followed by img. Like this [img] then put the actuall call to the html location then follow with the square bracket followed by /img and ending bracket like this [/img] and repeat underneath for the second image....

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