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Old Apr 12, 2010, 3:44 PM   #51
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I did try to pull the EXIF first before posting, I couldn't see anything...
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Old Apr 12, 2010, 4:04 PM   #52
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I did try to pull the EXIF first before posting, I couldn't see anything...
ditto here - it is blank
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No EXIF data here either.
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Wow SJ, I'm not overly impressed. I was really hoping the macro would be WAY less grainy, even the 550mm shot isn't super focused. ooph - they should look betta.
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The shot was done at ISO 200 a shutter speed of 1/400th, and an aperture of F 5.6. I was able to read it here easily, so I assumed it was there. I apologize.

Keep in mind this was the #1 shot with the HS-10, and I got it done just before the rain came, and I had to head off to teach. I will shoot some more photos tomorrow and post them.

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The shot was done at ISO 200 a shutter speed of 1/400th, and an aperture of F 5.6. I was able to read it here easily, so I assumed it was there. I apologize.

Keep in mind this was the #1 shot with the HS-10, and I got it done just before the rain came, and I had to head off to teach. I will shoot some more photos tomorrow and post them.

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I'd be willing to bet this is similar to a LOT of bridge cameras in that it has a bit of a learning curve to use it to it's maximum capabilities. The Oly SP570 was like that for me. The Fujifilm F70EXR is the same.
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Gary-

Those are exactly the words I have been declaring to myself. So I will shoot some more tomorrow with the HS-10 and then stop and re-look at my feelings. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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I'm starting to get worried that this might not be a great camera after all. Sarah;'s opinions are regarded and her first thoughts are making me think should I ditch the camera???? I will just have to wait and see what else she has to say once she plays around with it

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she ditched her s200exr over the fz35. Nothing wrong with that. She might not like the camera and others won't mind the camera.

Like myself, I like the s200exr over the fz35. So It's just a matter of what you like.
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Never make a decision about a new camera right out of the box - there may well be some adjustment needed (in the menus) to the basic settings to get them to your tastes - either that or expect to rely on post processing to get the images where you want them to be. And read the manual, no matter how experienced you may be, because the engineers who designed the camera didn't consult you first!!
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