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Old May 11, 2007, 6:14 PM   #11
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Old May 11, 2007, 6:28 PM   #12
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The old house should appreciate your recording in such an attractive series. Count me in on the paint scraping and re-coating.
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Old May 11, 2007, 6:46 PM   #13
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Oh, we thank you very much. We sure do need your help


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Old May 12, 2007, 2:08 AM   #14
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You know it seems to me that compact cameras are getting better and better, the only thing is they don't have good high ISO, nice pictures, and maybe if i come to Sweden i'll chip in.
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Good shots, the little fuji's working great,

the only problem I found with my fuji is

that it has no viewfinder and inbright sunlight /daylight

the lcd screen is almost impossible to see.



skin peeling? is it a house disease?, I hope it's

not catching...:-).......................musket



PS you could use youtube to show any of the video's

you take with the fuji :idea:




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Old May 12, 2007, 12:46 PM   #16
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Thank you

I agree on the viewfinder. Really don´t know where we are heading. It ´s plain silly not to have a workable (useable) optical viewfinder in any camera. There is one little advantage though. You ca see better what happens in action photo

Mamselle´s dress is a bit worn out. Luckily it doesn´t catch(?) I don´t know her and her family well enough to judge if there is some kind of social inheritance(?)

(smile)

On uploading videos. I´ll try it. At the moment I don´t know the technique but I suppose it´s like any other kind of uploading

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Old May 12, 2007, 2:55 PM   #17
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Mamselle´s dress is a bit worn out.

Yes they are strange when you think about it.

This one wears a beautiful dress, but hides behind high

hedges and trees so that no one can properly see or

admire it.Have a nice weekend also.................musket



Taken with the D80 sRGBIIIa @ 200 iso 32mm 1/125 sec f9 multi-pattern metering
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Old May 12, 2007, 3:15 PM   #18
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musket,

Thank you very much for the photograph


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hi, another great set of photos i have just seen, i am definitely going building hunting next week, for sure!

i have just got the f20 as a back up and am still playing with it, using shooting modes to play with the preset capture timing, as no exposure control that i have found yet?
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Old May 29, 2007, 5:50 PM   #20
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Thanks. Yes, the Finepix F series are great little cameras, very charming but a bit unpredictable. When you get to know and master them you can potentially take really great pictures with it. I am still learning...

I have F31fd as I mentioned, but it is on repair. They easily slip out of the hands

So I bought the F20 too and try to learn how to get the best results. Good luck with your F20

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