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Old Oct 9, 2010, 4:00 PM   #1
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Default Fall Colors - Taken with SX30IS

Finally I was able to manage a couple of hours and took these pictures.

I can see some loss of details, may be because I resized them to post here. I will upload the originals to Flickr and share with you guys later.

I am still a learner so bear with my mistakes. I bought this camera 3 days back on a 10 days return policy. If I am not happy with the quality after 10 days, I want to exchange this for FZ40.

So please leave your expert opinion and advice.

So far, I am happy with it.
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Old Oct 9, 2010, 4:33 PM   #2
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My eyes hurt from the oof on number 1. also, i think the low quality is because you let the site resize them. you should do pp yourself and only upload jpgs less than 253KBand less than 1024 pixels wide.. There's a posting that explains all that. then the quality will be just fine (for the web).
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First one is not out of focus. Look again, it has the tilt-shift effect.
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First one is not out of focus. Look again, it has the tilt-shift effect.
ok. i see now. thanks for the correction.
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Some more photos at the following link:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/5023288...th/5065895836/
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Some more photos at the following link:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/5023288...th/5065895836/
Instead of linking to a static web page, you might try the flickr slideshow feature. It works beautifully and folks wanting to see your work don't have to click-click-click. I use it all the time as a way to link to more photos from my personal blog.
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Old Oct 9, 2010, 9:13 PM   #7
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Struggling a bit to add photos.
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the Flickr link photos are way better, very crisp and sharp. Good details.
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yea, i had a chance to check them out too. they turned out quite well. the sx30 looks like it will be a nice new addition to the superzoom market. i like the colors it produces, and the images look sharp and clean
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Funny Varap, I was riding the belt-line trail from the cemetery yesterday. Didn't look so colourful. Maybe I was puffing too much. There are lots of fantastic monuments in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery. It's very picture-esque if you can get there for the right light.
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