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Old Apr 20, 2010, 1:11 AM   #161
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The moon moves pretty GD fast. So this camera is able to take a long exposure, not blur and have it come out that good? And the camera is not mounted on a clock drive?
WOW!

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Yes but you didn't get to see the other 10 or so that I took that were blurred or over/underexposed
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 1:36 AM   #162
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Yes but you didn't get to see the other 10 or so that I took that were blurred or over/underexposed
But to be fair, the results would not have been too much different with a DSLR and 700mm (FF equiv) lens, in fact due to the additional weight may well have turned out worse!
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Yes but you didn't get to see the other 10 or so that I took that were blurred or over/underexposed
Some Adobe work as well?
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 5:58 AM   #164
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When I was using film I might get a 1/4 roll of good shots if I was lucky. I'm glad that now that there's digital I can shoot away all I want without my wallet suffering
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I was too cheap ... So I spent the time to get as many decent shots as possible out of a roll. Just an amateur though so I didn't do a lot of wild experimenting. But yes, it's easier to take a lot of shots now. Maybe too easy?

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Old Apr 20, 2010, 7:16 AM   #166
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Default Squirrel -- racked out.

First squirrel with the HS-10. *I did have to do a little PP on this. *The backlighting played havoc but all-in-all I think they came out well.





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Here are some duck pics I took yesterday. They are all OOC, no PP. I think the overcast sky led to some high ISO pics with my Auto IS0 800 settings. May go back on a sunnier day to shoot some more at lower ISO.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jhumroo...7623894064980/
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 9:27 AM   #168
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Nice pictures everyone; The versatility of the HS10 is unsurpassed

Some early sun pics, using the sun(set) scenemode, at sunrise.

1 without digizoom, resize / sharpen

2 soft behind some clouds, bird makes it interesting i guess, resize / sharpen

3 with digizoom, resize / sharpen

4 100% crop of different pic with digizoom; resize only

Happy shooting! GB
The sunrise pics look very good. Love the colors!

How do you trigger a manual digi-zoom? I haven't found it yet.
Are you referring to zoom-bracketing?

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Thanks!

You can trigger digital zoom by pressing the up-arrow in recording mode. it has 2 modes, 1 normal 4:3, and one 3:4.

The latter acts weird though. The camera can't display the photos taken in that mode properly, and when I review them back on my mac, most of the pic grays out, while the preview thumbnail seems okay. It could be something isnt right with the image data from those files. I tried switching the orientation sensor off, but it doesn't make a difference.

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First squirrel with the HS-10. *I did have to do a little PP on this. *The backlighting played havoc but all-in-all I think they came out well.
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PP or no PP, given the lighting conditions, these are among the most impressive pictures I have seen yet from this camera (even without pixel peeping) - well done! Are you always set on hard sharpness and high contrast? At 1/30" did you use a tripod?
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