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Old Apr 7, 2010, 9:43 AM   #341
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Hihi, someone uploaded on the DPR Fuji forum a photo made by his Olympus E3 DSLR, about euro 1.800 worth of weight. He is proud of the result. He wants to proove that his DSLR is superiour over the bridgecams. Look at the horrible blown highlights. It's a laugh.

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Old Apr 7, 2010, 2:14 PM   #342
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I can safely say that the really good bridge camera is a much better overall product than many of the basic DSLRs out there.
Hmmmm ... EVERY camera is good! There are different application and therefor different cameras - NOT: I need a camera for birds, I need a camera for South West Africa and a special lens for Chile ... which camera for rain worm photography ... which one for blonde haired girls ...

ALL are suited for 98.5% of applications, but for the rest ... one is the best.
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Old Apr 7, 2010, 2:21 PM   #343
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Hihi, someone uploaded on the DPR Fuji forum a photo made by his Olympus E3 DSLR, about euro 1.800 worth of weight. He is proud of the result. He wants to proove that his DSLR is superiour over the bridgecams. Look at the horrible blown highlights. It's a laugh.
Even with a TurboTuned Maserati III GX Hyperspeed you can lose Formel I.

Good pictures:

93.14159% makes photographer, rest makes camera.

99.314159% of all photographing people make BAD pictures ... but they have fun with them. And nice memories.

If I look Internet, I think, for 87.5% of pictures (f.e. chimneys etc. :-) ) a HelloKittyCam would be enough.
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Old Apr 7, 2010, 5:36 PM   #344
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Better pick another car as a metaphor.
Maserati hasn't entered forumla one since the the mid 1950's and back then it wasn't called formula one..

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Old Apr 7, 2010, 5:50 PM   #345
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Sorry, I hate car racings ... round and round and round ... stupid ... for Neandertal men. :-}
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Old Apr 7, 2010, 9:55 PM   #346
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Hey Dave
Do you have any xperiance with Canon - ie. S5, G6, or a newer one maybe ?
This question just to find out what you would prefer and why (Fuji or Canon)
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No... sorry I can't be much help there...... but I have never had problems with any Fujis's I have ever used. Each time I changed camera was looking for the next level up and to get more serious in my work and job....

I used starting in August 2000 -- Pansonic Superdisc camera then Olympus C-700 and C-740; Fuji S5100 (tested and went with 5200), S5200, S9100 and Sony D-SLRs A200, A350, tested A700 but didn't feel right in my hands went with A350.

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Old Apr 8, 2010, 2:43 PM   #347
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Old Apr 8, 2010, 2:58 PM   #348
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Pigeon with a twinkle in his eyes.

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Sorry, I hate car racings ... round and round and round ... stupid ... for Neandertal men. :-}
Not as stupid as grown men trying to hit a ball with a stick.
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Old Apr 8, 2010, 7:57 PM   #350
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Hihi, someone uploaded on the DPR Fuji forum a photo made by his Olympus E3 DSLR, about euro 1.800 worth of weight. He is proud of the result. He wants to proove that his DSLR is superiour over the bridgecams. Look at the horrible blown highlights. It's a laugh.

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HEH! I thought I was going crazy noticing blown highlights off Olympus cameras. YES THEY ARE VERY BLOWN!

I almost bought one until the time when I looked at one particular picture with blown highlights. It was the e420 i think and I'm not going to look for the exact name but I wanted a small dslr with a starter lens to carry in pocket. My Fuji took better pictures than that so i gave up on a pocket-able SLR.
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