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Old Sep 18, 2003, 10:59 PM   #21
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Also see my "Horrible" photos in the Architectural Photos section.
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Old Sep 19, 2003, 6:53 AM   #22
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where's that Architectural Photos section?

I recieved Melvin pics

It's true , some of them are more than horrible (out of focus primary) but with my Oly C-700 sometmes it happens to me too, I mean autofocus can be tricky, it's not just point n shoot , sometimes the camera can't lock focus properly

I always end up deleting a portion of my pics, rather than spending more time focusing or trying different settings (usually at partys, or meetings)

According to Melvin of about 130 pics, he keeps only 30, wich is not my case with my oly, and doesn't seem to be the case with other S5000's users.
Maybe his cam has a problem, dunno

will keep surfing tying to decide my next cam (S5000 so far)

Thanks to all of you
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Old Sep 24, 2003, 10:16 AM   #23
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It sure works! I had a Canon A40 and the AF lamp system on S5000 works at least as good as the one on Canon. I can focus in absolutely NO LIGHT up to 2-3 meters. I haven't tried above 3m.
I can confirm this. I tried that too! But one thing no good is: it can't be turn off!
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why would u turn it off ?
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Old Sep 25, 2003, 7:52 AM   #25
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It sure works! I had a Canon A40 and the AF lamp system on S5000 works at least as good as the one on Canon. I can focus in absolutely NO LIGHT up to 2-3 meters. I haven't tried above 3m.
I can confirm this. I tried that too! But one thing no good is: it can't be turn off!
Hehehe, true, it can't. With Canon you could turn it off, but nevertheless I never did turn it off. Why would you? If you want to make a picture in low low light, then it is absolutely necessary.
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Old Sep 25, 2003, 9:12 AM   #26
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Oly C2100UZ's also can be turned off. Why? Maybe when we want to take some 'candids'? :roll:
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