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Old Jul 11, 2010, 3:18 PM   #511
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Other than an attempt to highjack the thread, what is your point? Did you shoot these with the HS-10? If so, it would be helpful to know.
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Other than an attempt to highjack the thread, what is your point? Did you shoot these with the HS-10? If so, it would be helpful to know.
If you look at the EXIF files accompanying his photos, you will see that he did.
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If you look at the EXIF files accompanying his photos, you will see that he did.
I stand corrected. Thanks.
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The first couple of these appear a bit overexposed. The rest are nicely done.
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Lovely colors, DD-

The HS-10 did a very good job.

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Old Jul 11, 2010, 8:14 PM   #516
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pictures are all with HS10 (how penolta said :-) ) in bright sunshine - +28 C

Without sun, +25 C ... ~ 8:00 p.m. - similar - with NEX5 --->

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/so...ml#post1116778

all pictures freehand, no postprocessing, out of camera, only with Irfanview resized and sharpened



"postprocessing is wasting of lifetime" - a GOOD camera makes GOOD JPGs.



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Old Jul 11, 2010, 9:27 PM   #517
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Kenzie,

What hot shoe cover?
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What hot shoe cover?
Sorry, was sure my first HS10 had one! I have ordered one with a spirit level from Ebay. Also trying this Fuji number later to get a manual as they send them out on request apparently 0844 5532322 will let you know tonight after work.
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Sorry, was sure my first HS10 had one! I have ordered one with a spirit level from Ebay. Also trying this Fuji number later to get a manual as they send them out on request apparently 0844 5532322 will let you know tonight after work.
Do you have a website link where we can request an owners manual..?
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Old Jul 12, 2010, 7:25 AM   #520
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I think the super macro allows you to get in really close



Although you would need good lighting! Back with an HS10 now, had one that went faulty, got a D5000 and didn't like it so got another HS10.

By the way, came across this as I have lost the hotshoe cover already and it might come in handy for some people. Click here .
Uhhhh thanks but that has nothing to do with my questions about which setting is best on the HS10 for using MACRO and SUPER MACRO... Anyone..???
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