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Old Apr 17, 2010, 8:53 AM   #131
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Right - dock. Not toolbar.

Preview tells me the image size and type (JPEG vs RAW vs TIFF) but not lens, focus, camera type, f/#, etc. Same w/right click INFO - I can see everything informationally w/the dock app., maybe I have to save every pic I want to see info on and then pull it through the cool looking camera on my dock? There must be a better way...
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Old Apr 17, 2010, 11:01 AM   #132
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Right - dock. Not toolbar.

Preview tells me the image size and type (JPEG vs RAW vs TIFF) but not lens, focus, camera type, f/#, etc. Same w/right click INFO - I can see everything informationally w/the dock app., maybe I have to save every pic I want to see info on and then pull it through the cool looking camera on my dock? There must be a better way...
Andy - Open the photo in Preview, go to Tools > Show Inspector (or do a Cmd I).

In the pop-up panel, click the second tab/icon which looks like an i, then the 2nd tab below it which says EXIF.

It lists all the EXIF info, including Focal length.

The 3rd Tab which says TIFF shows the camera make and model.

I leave this Info panel always open so anytime I open a photo in Preview, I can see the EXIF info.

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Old Apr 17, 2010, 8:02 PM   #133
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Holy smokes, if the FZ50 can get the Milky Way like that, I wonder if my FZ35 can?? Can I ask how much and what sort of PP/NR you applied?

Thanks and I enjoyed your post.
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PS Not having fisheye, I'm wondering how the panorama software would handle such pics??
The photo is resized only

Doing panorama's of starry skies at 60sec per photo isn't going to work well i'm afraid; The heavens move too fast thanks to the earths rotation
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Old Apr 18, 2010, 8:54 AM   #134
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Tested the camera in difficult lighting, shadow / sunlight.
I think the camera performed rather well.

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I bought an HS10 yesterday, 399 at Jessops, I'm quite impressed so far with the quality of the images for such a small sensor, I also quite like the 4/3rds aspect ration (16x12, 12x9 and 8x6). Quite chuffed to have one of the first in the country!

Here are a quick couple of images, exif intact!

My wife, 1600 ISO, 1/50 sec @ f5.6 (approx 210mm ff equiv)



100% Crops



My grandsons Argyle keeper's shirt at full length (720mm FF equiv) at 6400 ISO, 1/350 sec @ f5.6



100% Crop



I will be taking some more pictures today and may give a mini review, but certainly the best high ISO shots I have seen from a small sensored camera to date(and I've had (and got) a few).

I had a quick walk though the local woods this afternoon with my wife and grandchildren, took some pictures with the HS10, it is not as reactive as my 1DsMk3 (couldn't really expect it to be), but as a camera for taking on holiday to cover all bases it is really good, provided that it's limitations are understood.

Selection of images below, all handheld, no flash. I have tried to give a varied selection with a portrait, macro, long shot, candid and action shot (as my wife and Lucus slid down the slope). Exif data should be fully intact!

The images have had very little PP, just resized for the web and a little USM.



100% Crop





100% Crop



Well up a tall tree





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Thanks Ed Bray for the shots.. I am awaiting my HS-10..
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Thanks Ed Bray for the shots.. I am awaiting my HS-10..
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Hi Ed Bray-

Let me add my welcome to the Forum and to the Fuji P+S folder. Thank you as well for posting the 100% crops. that always makes it much easier to see how a camera handles detail at the individual pixel level.

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Thank you Sarah!
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All freehand with the HS-10
Ever see those contrails in the sky but could never see the plane the made 'em? The HS-10 racked out. 20% crop.


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