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Old Jun 17, 2005, 5:46 AM   #1
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these is my sample image from singapore,using casio p505, it would better if come with image stablelizer.In low light,i would advice to switch to manual mode.due to it largeaperature ,more slow speed is needed to have enough light to get it proper expose.:|


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Old Jun 17, 2005, 10:31 AM   #2
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Nice shots.

I don't see many P505 users posts. We have one (only about 3 to 4 weeks)and love it. Overall what do you think of it?


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Old Jun 17, 2005, 3:21 PM   #3
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hi there. don't you think the white buildings in the third shot are a bit overexposed? it seems as if some highlights are clipped. Other than that the shots are very nice.
What ISO are they?

BTW the super macro mode is nice... too bad my camera doesn't have such a feature
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Old Jun 18, 2005, 12:58 PM   #4
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hi

nice shots you have there... especially the one with the flower... p505's super macro mode is indeed sweet, especially for a toy and matchbox collector like me and my bro... plus this is one nice mode wherein digital zoom is still useful, showing great detail even at the closest zoom level.

Below are some of the shots I've taken with my P505:

Forgive me if it's too under or overexposed, I'm very much a newbie when it comes to photography




I'm too lazy to measure the coin's dimensions but this is actually the smallest coin we have here in our country... some points are a bit out of focus though

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Old Jun 20, 2005, 4:34 AM   #5
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if you don't want them to be unsharp, use a smaller aperture (bigger f/stop).

BTW the author seems unresponsive :?
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Old Mar 25, 2006, 4:09 AM   #6
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New p505 user here!

i was wondering if the AC adapter on the side of the camera could be used as a power supply to charge the li-ion battery without removing it from the camera?

Former M1 user so I hate taking out the batt just to charge it.
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