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Old Feb 6, 2008, 11:09 AM   #421
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Really nice shots eddie. Don't get to see any snow here, just sand and beaches.
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Old Feb 6, 2008, 8:52 PM   #422
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Eddie H, very nice photos, the snow pictures are beautiful.
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Old Feb 6, 2008, 9:35 PM   #423
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Thanks guys....really appreciated :-)



I'm just blown away with figger'n out what this lil' camera can do. I think I'll get some filters for it so I can take advantage of the sun playing on the different subjects up here.
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I certainly agree with you Eddie. This is one sweet camera. It has enough bells and whistles built in to make it fun for some time. Picture quality is the only thing I would like better. Here is an early morning shot of a dove I took this morning.
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Old Feb 7, 2008, 8:39 PM   #425
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Here's a shot I took today of the space shuttle going up. It's hard to see anything except the vapor trail from here. We live about 100 miles from the launch site.



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Old Feb 9, 2008, 7:45 PM   #426
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Hey Lordy, I have that camera too, but before I got it I had more, but anyway, that's not my point, haha. My point of subject is that if you want to learn everything you can about camera manual features and such, go to the WikiPedia website, and in the search box, type in what you want to know (ex: Aperture) it'll say some things but what you want will be with topic "In Photography", click on it, and, taa-daaa. I found it EXTREMELY usefull!

Cheers Exilmo,yes the aperture and things are something I need to learn about.

A useful way of learning the camera settings I've found, is to take some pictures in auto settings,then as you view them on the camera press the 'exposure compensation button' which shows on screen the exact settings,aperture etc for that picture!

That way you can then replicate those settings in manual mode with your own modifications.

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Old Feb 9, 2008, 7:50 PM   #427
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OK here are some of my first test shots, it's a far far improvment on my old camera,they probably are pretty poor to most poeples efforts here but I'm just enjoying seeing what this camera can do!




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