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Old Jan 29, 2006, 9:59 PM   #11
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oh that would be wonderful thank you lexiticus !!!


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Old Jan 31, 2006, 1:41 AM   #12
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Ok here we go, tried to compile a big list of quite a few different types of pictures
not every shot is perfect, but thats the point.

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0252.JPG
Cat with Macro enabled (10cm doesn't let you get much closer than this) I had it in Quick shutter so it took the pic before it was totally focused as you can see.

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0334.JPG
Just the sky outside my house around 6:00, didn't have time to get to a good location (Without telephone poles and trees) before work so ya...

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0340.JPG
60 second exposure, so ya very noisy

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0344.JPG
Iso 1600 (ISO auto can get this high) NEVER let your camera take a pic at this ridiculous ISO

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0383.JPG
Drive home from University took this pic, a little underexposed for the mountain, but oh well

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0467.JPG
Me skiing at big white, it was VERY foggy that day so this is near the base where there isn't as much.

http://www.norristology.com/camera/CIMG0490.JPG
Heres my favorite pic so far This is the extent of the macro, this is as close as the Z120 can get
Its a pic of my 5050 WHILE it is taking a picture (so the shutter is open, i set it at 16 seconds) Very cool, but the reflection of my curtains blocks a bit of the view.

These are all unedited so you can check the EXIF data for whatever reason you want.
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Old Feb 1, 2006, 2:21 AM   #13
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Heres the reason I got this camera! Went skiing took massive amounts of pictures and Made a panoramic shot out of it

This makes the camera look a little more impressive, haha, But its a lot of photoshop work and PTgui to stitch them

17 PICTURES total went into this one, PTgui is amazing

Anyway warning huge resolution
http://www.norristology.com/camera/t...20part%203.jpg

I'm not done editing it yet, but this is prob pretty close to done. (and this is half the resolution I'm working with right now, original image stitched was 21112 x 5861 i think)
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Old Feb 1, 2006, 5:38 AM   #14
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Fine job!
I would suggest You to give a try for Autostitch (freeware!) which does an excellent job (correction, equalizing etc.)
You can find it at http://www.cs.ubc.ca/~mbrown/autostitch/autostitch.html

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Old Feb 1, 2006, 10:21 PM   #15
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thank you very much lexiticus for posting those shots it was very useful to me since i am thinking about buying this camera. by the way that panoramic shot is beautiful!!

bests regards kimberly
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Old Feb 5, 2006, 9:18 AM   #16
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Lexiticus great stuff ! thanks good links thank you ! The more you look the more you can learn !
I did get the Z 120 , and learning the camera !great idea to do a huge print or a 360 vr ! i do have a couple odf shots http://www.nu2u.hostiz.com/index.html
full uncompressed pics .
http://www.hostiz.com/ a great place to post pics .

P S the casio was bought at the source 299 canadian


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