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Old Mar 19, 2006, 2:52 PM   #1
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These were taken with my dx6490 and the olympus tcon17 !!

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Boily - I love these shots because they were taken with a camera similar to mine. I have the DX7590. I asked a local camera shop about adding a lense to my camera. I was told that he did not think I would be happy with the results. He thought that the clarity would not be very good due to the fact that a lense is looking through another lense. I understand that I also have to purchase an adapter before the lense would fit.

Thanks for giving me hope ! ! !
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Thanks for commenting

Go take a look at the kodak section of this forum...(http://www.stevesforums.com/forums/view_forum.php?id=18)

There is some dx7590 and other kodak camera owners that can help you if you have questions!!

I hope I will see some of your photos there!!



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that combination produces some pretty darned good results, Boily. i especially like #7... great clarity and detail in all, though.
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