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Old Jun 6, 2008, 8:35 PM   #11
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Nice captures. What gears did you use?
Well, Peter. I'm ashamed to say it, but it is a little P&S, albeit a very competent one with manual possibilities that can come in handy and a comparably large sensor and 6 megapixels
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Can't agree with you more, Goldwinger.
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Old Jun 6, 2008, 9:12 PM   #12
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Nice captures. What gears did you use?
Well, Peter. I'm ashamed to say it, but it is a little P&S, albeit a very competent one with manual possibilities that can come in handy and a comparably large sensor and 6 megapixels
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with shots that nice /T, I wouldn't be ashamed!
Can't agree with you more, Goldwinger.
Thanks, Peter. The cameras used are from the Fuji Finepix F series with the Super CCD with it's octagonal structure making it very sensitive to light

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Thank you all for viewing. This time our Ladybird is in the Clover


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Thanks for the two additional just above this thread, Torgny. Nature comes so close and so in touch viewing your shots. They are embedded with your love for nature. Viewing two, an expression in Chinese came to my mind:a spot of red in a dimension of a ten thousand greens.Interesting and such a sensation appeals to the senses. Thanks for sharing.

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By the way, the super CCD reproduced the red and green colors faithfully, isn't it?
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Awesome photos, very beautiful.
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Thanks for the two additional just above this thread, Torgny. Nature comes so close and so in touch viewing your shots. They are embedded with your love for nature. Viewing two, an expression in Chinese came to my mind:a spot of red in a dimension of a ten thousand greens.Interesting and such a sensation appeals to the senses. Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you very much, Peter. Close up is close up is close up. That expression, in which context is it used.

In the days of old:-) days many photographers favoured Fuji's films for the colour rendition

Fuji currently offers the best professional APS-C camera, the S5 Pro. The dynamic range is much better than any other camera. If I remember, You've got a D200 with Nikkor lenses.

Well, the S5 Pro is another house for your lenses. If I had Nikon gear, I'd immediately buy a S5 Pro. The .jpeg files are great and you don't have to worry about blown highlights or loss of detail in shadows. Instant HDR. They come at a very attractive price

That camera makes me want to change

Anyhow, thanks

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Thank you, flutelady, for your kind words. Ladybirds mean happiness

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The ladybird on the clover is really outstanding - worthy of framing. The combination of colors is just right.
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Why pay an arm and a leg for a dslr lens

little fuji's get it right at a fraction of the cost

great closeup shots..........................musket.
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