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Old Sep 26, 2009, 8:10 PM   #1
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I recently purchased a Canon s5 is, and i can't seem to take night pictures without there being a lot of noise in the shot. It is nearly impossible to take a good shot of the moon or lighting. It's just so noisy and blurry. Is there a lens i can buy to prevent this?
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This is a photo I just posted today. Normal Camera Normal Lens. Canon Rebel.
http://forums.steves-digicams.com/cr...moon-shot.html
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I recently purchased a Canon s5 is, and i can't seem to take night pictures without there being a lot of noise in the shot. It is nearly impossible to take a good shot of the moon or lighting. It's just so noisy and blurry. Is there a lens i can buy to prevent this?
You'll probably need an adapter but, the Olympus TCON-17 will give you a little boost. This is a shot I took using it on my Oly SP590

Not a lot of cropping done on this


The TCON-17 is some really nice glass. You can pick up an Olympus B-300 on eBay usually much cheaper and it is virtually the same TC.
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