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Old Apr 30, 2010, 2:34 PM   #311
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Maybe you're right.. I am in the habit of carrying a backpack all the time, and dumping a brand new HS10 (without any cover) in there with my other junk is not a pleasing thought.

So I guess I need to forget about carrying it in the backpack and hang it around my neck instead.
Look at it this way: If you're out and see something that would make a great shot, while you're fumbling around get your camera out of your bag/backpack/suitcase, your great shot has disappeared. Unless, of course, it's a bush or something stationery.
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I bought this one - not an official Fuji bag - but spacious with some pockets for extras and very cheap and remarkably good quality for the price!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_2163wt_967
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Gary,

I need to disagree with you on this one, especially using one of these bags that seem to be designed to quickly get the camera out - plus I hate stuffing stuff in my pockets.

I have this one:

http://products.lowepro.com/product/...AW,1901,20.htm

But this one may be better:

http://www.m-rock.com/denali-658-dslr-camera-bag.html

I may get it and sell my Lowepro.

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I bought this one - not an official Fuji bag - but spacious with some pockets for extras and very cheap and remarkably good quality for the price!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...#ht_2163wt_967
I got that bag for my HS10 does the job nicely!
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Some sports shots taken during the Plymouth Argyle Vs Peterborough game this afternoon from inside the corporate facilities and through a tinted window.

ISO 1600, aperture priority and f5.6 were used, exif data intact, all images taken at the longer end of the zoom range!

Any camera shake may be down to the 5 pints of Bud I managed to consume during the game which Argyle managed to lose 1-2.

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Peterborough free kick!


Peterborough attack!


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Nice shots, Ed.
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