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Old Dec 31, 2004, 9:56 PM   #1
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Hey everyone...

I just got a new Canon A70 for Christmas (I had an A60 before but it was stolen out of my car a while ago) ...

Anyway, I have a habit of liking to take pictures in very low light conditions (Snow covered mountians during a full moon type stuff ) ... The 15 second shutter speed of the camera is great compared to most other similiary priced cameras, but I was kinda hoping there might be a firmware hack to get slower shutter speeds (Since its software based and not mechanical, why not? ...

If I could get it high enough to actually take starfield photos that'd be pretty cool, though I know I would be limited because the camera doesn't follow the stars moving across the sky so I might just get cool blurry starfield photos ...

Anyways, back to watching TV... Happy New Year!
--GryphN
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