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Old Jun 25, 2010, 6:13 AM   #21
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Another shot of our Australian seagulls, this time from Sony W100

Camera Sony DSC-W100

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Time ComponExposure Time = 1/250"
F Number = F10
Exposure Program = Normal program
ISO Speed Ratings = 80
Exposure Bias Value = -03EV
Metering Mode = CenterWeightedAverage
Flash = Flash fired, compulsory flash mode, return light detected
Focal Length = 23.7mm
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Mode = Manual White Balance = Auto white balance
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Old Jun 25, 2010, 10:47 AM   #22
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Those are great shots, Ian-

I notice that the foot webbing is different between your two photos.

Thanks for posting.

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Old Jun 26, 2010, 2:32 PM   #23
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Your right about the webbed feet never noticed that before.
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Hi Sarah,

What class SDHC memory card does the FH100 require to fulfill all of its functions to the fullest?

What's your opinion so far of the sharpness of the images in daylight and indoors?

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Old Jun 29, 2010, 10:45 AM   #25
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It takes a minimum of a class 6 card, and the class 10 seems to not make much difference. Sharpness is a different issue all together. In fact , it is my largest complaint to date. Occasionally you will get several nice sharp photos, but for the most part sharpening in PP is required.

Add to that the fact that you cannot zoom with anything except digital flash while filming, and the 10 minute video limit, and the entire package, although OK, is not stellar. So the FH-100 will be returned.

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It takes a minimum of a class 6 card, and the class 10 seems to not make much difference. Sharpness is a different issue all together. In fact , it is my largest complaint to date. Occasionally you will get several nice sharp photos, but for the most part sharpening in PP is required.

Add to that the fact that you cannot zoom with anything except digital flash while filming, and the 10 minute video limit, and the entire package, although OK, is not stellar. So the FH-100 will be returned.

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Sorry to hear that. Thank you very much for testing the FH100 and sharing your results with us.

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Old Jul 1, 2010, 3:25 PM   #27
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I still have not made the FH-100 return. Instead, I have been attempting to create some "fixes" that would improve the FH-100's sharpness. Here is a perfect example. There is plenty of light, so the FH-100 can "nail" the sharpness.

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I still have not made the FH-100 return. Instead, I have been attempting to create some "fixes" that would improve the FH-100's sharpness. Here is a perfect example. There is plenty of light, so the FH-100 can "nail" the sharpness.

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Hi Sarah,

That's interesting! Love folks who experiment. Is there supposed to be a link to a photo?

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Oops, here is the missing photo.

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Oops, here is the missing photo.

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Great! You nailed the sharpness alright. Looking forward to the publication of your "fixes secrets".

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