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Old Nov 12, 2012, 11:50 AM   #1
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Bought the TZ30 yesterday and been playing with it. Photography till alludes me to be honest so if i get a decent shot i am a happy bunny.
Rained a lot today so one inside shot and two outside so far - enough to get advice maybe?

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Congratulations on your new "toy" eysha, looks like you are off to a good start! There is a lot of advantage to having a camera you can fit in your pocket. As they say, the best camera is the one you have with you when you need one.
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Thanks Saly, i think i like it so far but the battery is poor. It's going toi stay with me now and maybe i will learn soemthing, i am useless really,lol.
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Just keep taking shots Eysha, it's how we all learn.

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Thanks JJ, this little camera is in my pocket when i go out so i hope to get some shots worth showing here, cross your fingers.
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Thanks JJ, this little camera is in my pocket when i go out so i hope to get some shots worth showing here, cross your fingers.

Hope to see some soon.

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Thaks jj, i experimented yesterday with distance. Not bad i guess. Will be experimenting with Macro next as soon as i get time.
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Thaks jj, i experimented yesterday with distance. Not bad i guess. Will be experimenting with Macro next as soon as i get time.
You can post some of your experiments.

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Okay, here are some of my experiments in distance. Please remember these were taken through the window of a fourth floor story block so not clean windows but not too dirty either,lol.
My husband reckons the first one spans about a 10 mile distance.
The second one is about 3.5 mile distance according to hubby.
The third is about 5 miles
Fourth about 0.5 miles
Fifth about 3.5 miles
all approximate distances, just guesses by hubby but he will judge better than me.
shots 1 and 3 are on the horizon line.
I did play with the colour on some of them but not all.
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