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Old May 8, 2010, 4:32 AM   #451
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My rubber hood ($ 3.39 with shipping) makes with NO camera vignetting.

http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_trkparm...&_sop=15&_sc=1
Okay thanks, $3.40 is cheap, I'll buy one when I buy my camera (After my exams, in a month.)
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Old May 8, 2010, 11:05 AM   #452
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The only -ve about these hoods is that they are threaded, not bayonet mount. But the bayonet mount ones are not this inexpensive.
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bayonet is not necessary - you must not remove it! fold it ... done!

Of course you can get for same price - or 1 $ more - a plastic/tulip/... -hood. With bayonet or screwable.
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Old May 8, 2010, 12:16 PM   #454
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bayonet is not necessary - you must not remove it! fold it ... done!

Of course you can get for same price - or 1 $ more - a plastic/tulip/... -hood. With bayonet or screwable.
Yeah, I saw it on Ebay, it could be 10,- but that is still cheap compared to what I see in my local shops (The Netherlands).
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Old May 9, 2010, 4:19 AM   #455
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I should definitely (maybe) have waited..... this looks like it'll suit my hands much better than the Panasonic FZ38 I recently purchased!! I for one am very keen to know what the image quality is like, and if the low-light performance is as good as expected from Fuji.....

Looking at the specs, I'm wondering what the relationship is between this camera and the Sony WX1 (etc) – is it the same backlit CMOS sensor? The high fps capability, 1080i HD and 'auto-panorama' features seem awfully similar.....

My wife is a fan of Fuji compacts. Having read lots of praise for the EXR system, we were totally unimpressed with the F200EXR which we looked at last year as a replacement for our ageing F30 compact. In all our tests, the F30 took better pictures and performed better in low-light – the fact that EXR modes halved the resolution to 6mp meant that even this was the same.... we decided to stick with the F30! Despite the also-just-announced EXR models, I wonder what the adoption of the backlit sensor means for future development...?

Yes, I would like to have seen a larger sensor, faster glass and less zoom reach.... but even so, this is a very interesting beast.

Never get rid off your F30 ! you will never find a better compact like that !! or you can give it to me , i will take good care off it
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Hello to all. I Am Italian and have read with difficulty yours posts because I do not know well l' English. I would want to make a question and to give a my contribution to the argument with regard to the HS10. The question is: you have found of the ideal setting for camera? The contribution is this: http://picasaweb.google.it/msev04 gallery MAY 2010.
These Are some photos taken near my house with the HS10 with various modalities (panorama, priority times and handbook). salutes. Massimiliano
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Hello to all. I Am Italian and have read with difficulty yours posts because I do not know well l' English. I would want to make a question and to give a my contribution to the argument with regard to the HS10. The question is: you have found of the ideal setting for camera? The contribution is this: http://picasaweb.google.it/msev04 gallery MAY 2010.
These Are some photos taken near my house with the HS10 with various modalities (panorama, priority times and handbook). salutes. Massimiliano
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Very nice pictures !! I am not shure about your question " that someone has the ideal settings for the HS10 ?" i think that would depend on how you would like to improve your pictures, i can not give you any advice here because you take much better pictures as me

Wich of the pictures are taken with the HS10 ? because the date on some albums is older than the HS10..? and the exif info do have some of them with the pictures ?

never mind about the English, i also make mistakes here.

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Hello Massimiliano !

Very nice pictures !! I am not shure about your question " that someone has the ideal settings for the HS10 ?" i think that would depend on how you would like to improve your pictures, i can not give you any advice here because you take much better pictures as me

Wich of the pictures are taken with the HS10 ? because the date on some albums is older than the HS10..? and the exif info do have some of them with the pictures ?

never mind about the English, i also make mistakes here.

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Hello Sprint, thanks for compliments. The photos taken with the HS10 are those of the gallery " May 2010". The other photographies have been released with Canon 30D. Salutes. Massimiliano

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I have looked all through this thread and Im really curious about what everyone thinks about this camera, like a summary or something. I do have a Nikon P90 and looking to get another super zoom, (a better one, i guess you could say) I'm really liking this Fuji. Any opinions?
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