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Old Jul 15, 2010, 12:44 PM   #531
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Hi,
Newbie on this forum, this is a little serie (Hs 10 + Raynox DCR 250) :

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Old Jul 15, 2010, 4:11 PM   #532
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Very nice macros, and welcome to the forum.
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Old Jul 17, 2010, 10:27 PM   #533
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Very nice! The HS10 seems to excel at macros, and it looks like the Raynox teleconverter works well with it.
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Old Jul 26, 2010, 10:47 AM   #535
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I'll try Fuji Canada for a manual too.
Fuji Canada said they will send me a manual last week but nothing yet...
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Old Jul 26, 2010, 12:22 PM   #536
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Fuji Canada said they will send me a manual last week but nothing yet...
Pity, mine came thorugh a couple of days after. Phone up for another then sell the late one to some needy HS10 owner!
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Some really good shots here, typifying the enviable skill of Fuji clickers on this forum. Please keep 'em coming. :-)

Had my manual within a few days from Fuji UK - thanks for the tip-off, Kenzie.
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Some really good shots here, typifying the enviable skill of Fuji clickers on this forum. Please keep 'em coming. :-)

Had my manual within a few days from Fuji UK - thanks for the tip-off, Kenzie.
Not a problem! Considering how much the camera cost I found it a little rude not to include a manual!
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Old Aug 2, 2010, 12:45 PM   #539
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Hate to poke my nose in here not being an HS10 owner (....yet). Great pictures, thanks for pushing me closer to my purchase. I am a former Konica Minolta Z3 user and currently a Sony A100 DSLR (disappointed) user. Been shopping and shopping and 99.9% settled on the HS10 and the comments and pictures here are convincing me of my choice more and more. Quick question, I understand the HS10 has a manual zoom ring control but does it lock? Does it "slide" out of the camera if it's hanging down? I have a 28-250mm Tamron lens and if it's not locked, when the camera aims down the lens extends all the way, do NOT want to end up with that kind of activity.

Also, I understand there is a manual FOCUS ring, too, so I would assume you can manually focus the lens. If you can manually adjust the aperture and the focus, does the screen show WYSIWYG images or just a viewfinder emulator? My Z3 was pretty much showing me what my picture was going to look like. Just curious on that.

And the lens I believe has 58mm threads for filters? Anyone recommend a filter? Circular polarized? And what about that macro adapter?

Thanks for your message thread and hope to be joining in as an HS10 OWNER soon :O)
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Hate to poke my nose in here not being an HS10 owner (....yet). Great pictures, thanks for pushing me closer to my purchase. I am a former Konica Minolta Z3 user and currently a Sony A100 DSLR (disappointed) user. Been shopping and shopping and 99.9% settled on the HS10 and the comments and pictures here are convincing me of my choice more and more. Quick question, I understand the HS10 has a manual zoom ring control but does it lock? Does it "slide" out of the camera if it's hanging down? I have a 28-250mm Tamron lens and if it's not locked, when the camera aims down the lens extends all the way, do NOT want to end up with that kind of activity.

Also, I understand there is a manual FOCUS ring, too, so I would assume you can manually focus the lens. If you can manually adjust the aperture and the focus, does the screen show WYSIWYG images or just a viewfinder emulator? My Z3 was pretty much showing me what my picture was going to look like. Just curious on that.

And the lens I believe has 58mm threads for filters? Anyone recommend a filter? Circular polarized? And what about that macro adapter?

Thanks for your message thread and hope to be joining in as an HS10 OWNER soon :O)
Mine does not slide out of the camera. Not sure what you mean with the EVF thing... like "live preview"?

You can pick up a nice 58mm Hoya CPL for it. A Raynox DCR-250 or DCR-150 works extremely well with the HS-10. And, for added reach, an Olympus TCON-17 with pop your reach out to 1224mm!
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