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Old Apr 25, 2010, 1:55 PM   #251
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The pics look blurry and unfocused to me..
Maybe its my eyes?? :O

Thanks for taking the time to post them though..
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Old Apr 25, 2010, 2:07 PM   #252
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The pics look blurry and unfocused to me..
Maybe its my eyes?? :O

Thanks for taking the time to post them though..
Well I did say they were taken handheld at full zoom, with moving birds and moving bird feeders The focus does seem to be more on the feeders though....
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Old Apr 25, 2010, 2:10 PM   #253
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Well I did say they were taken handheld at full zoom, with moving birds and moving bird feeders
I understand.. I wasn't criticizing your photography in any way....
I was just surprised that others found it sharp..
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No thats OK...I wasn't being defensive.
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An online photog friend of mine had a chance to borrow his son's HS10 for some high ISO tests versus his F70EXR, I was pretty amazed to be honest, though as he admits the hs10 photos were a little overexposed which will decrease noise. still though, impressive.

http://kimletkeman.blogspot.com/2010...so-ladder.html
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Hard thanks for posting that link

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Raj, Those are some lovely shots. I particularly love the captures of your wife and daughter.

Hi all, I am new to the forums. I am currently awaiting the arrival of my HS10...not very patiently I might add. I do not claim to be a proffesional or advanced photographer at all and I do think I will learn a lot from these forums. I am sure I will have plenty of questions along the way. I did print out the manuel that comes with it so I can read it before it gets here.

I have enjoyed all of the pictures everyone has shared.
Thanks for the comments. Just be aware, it will take some time to get comfortable with the camera, so if you don't get great pics off the bat don't give up
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Here are some bird shots taken today from my bathroom window of the goldfinches and greenfinches on my bird feeders. All taken handheld as my tripod is still out on loan

I have always wanted to see goldfinches in my garden and two days ago they arrived! I am quite pleased with these given that the feeders were moving in the wind, the HS10 has done a great job of the seed in the feeders. All at max zoom, just braced against the wall...lots of blurry ones though! Can't wait to get my tripod back!!!!
Very good shots. Thanks for sharing.
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Here are some bird shots taken today from my bathroom window of the goldfinches and greenfinches on my bird feeders. All taken handheld as my tripod is still out on loan

I have always wanted to see goldfinches in my garden and two days ago they arrived! I am quite pleased with these given that the feeders were moving in the wind, the HS10 has done a great job of the seed in the feeders. All at max zoom, just braced against the wall...lots of blurry ones though! Can't wait to get my tripod back!!!!



the best of the three In my opinion. Good shot!
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Here are some bird shots taken today from my bathroom window of the goldfinches and greenfinches on my bird feeders. All taken handheld as my tripod is still out on loan

Nice shots ! Goldfinch are a pretty common sight here in our door yard, but I can't say we've seen a Greenfinch ! Beauty !
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