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Old Jan 20, 2008, 10:53 PM   #1
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Caught a small break in the weather, and got to take my new camera ( 5 days old)out into the backyard today. Tried all sorts of settings, trying to find a pattern to how it all ties together, I think I have a black screen down pretty good :?

Took these two shots of some homemade critter feeders I built. I was standing on my deck, and they are located about 50 to 70 feet from where I shot. Some of the local residents came by later, but the dark clouds with rain and snow showers were back. I tried, but at that distance, in that condition...well heck, I'm just glad I didn't ruin a good roll of real film

Please....appreciate any constructive crit and comments, as this is my first camera that I can actually set, my other one was strictly a point and shoot :|




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Old Jan 20, 2008, 11:22 PM   #2
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Im my opinion a tad overexposed. But nice composition, focus and color.
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Old Jan 20, 2008, 11:28 PM   #3
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Oh my....what did I do :?

I thought I attached this to the S700 thread. That is where I wanted it....:O

Thank you tho :-)
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Youre in the Fuji thread so you will be seen anyway.
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Old Jan 20, 2008, 11:47 PM   #5
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OK....thanks.

Bynx, what would you say is the most important element about this camera. Shutter speed, aperture, or ISO setting?
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Eddie,

Nice photos, good colors in the first one.
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Old Jan 21, 2008, 12:22 AM   #7
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OK....thanks.

Bynx, what would you say is the most important element about this camera. Shutter speed, aperture, or ISO setting?
3 separate elements which all work together. Id say the most important element of the camera is the lens and the sensor. I wish the sensor were better but that means more money and another camera. Im happy with the lens. This camera is worth every penny I paid for it from the sheer enjoyment Ive had using it. I feel like Ive finally learned more in the short time Ive had it than in all the years I had a 35mm.
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