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Old May 5, 2010, 1:15 AM   #331
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I have one for my S6000FD and ordered one from Amazon in blue for my HS10
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Old May 5, 2010, 4:52 AM   #332
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Some pix of the soccer I get to go to: Thursday practice.
The soccer winners of tomorrow ;-)


Nice pictures greenbaron & 2raj !

I hope I get my HS10 within next 10 days - or I WILL EXPLODE !
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Old May 5, 2010, 8:38 AM   #333
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Nice pictures greenbaron & 2raj !

I hope I get my HS10 within next 10 days - or I WILL EXPLODE !
Boooom - like to see that ! LOL
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Old May 6, 2010, 8:20 PM   #334
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2 pics from the liberation festival, celebrating the end of WWII. We celebrated 'properly' so my hand wasn't as steady as it could have been

Handheld, taken in 7fps burst mode; Using the burst mode significantly increases the chance of hitting a non-shaken moment. Resized & sharpened only.

#1 1/50s f/4.5 ISO1600 18.9mm ( =108mm)

#2 1/25s f/5.6 ISO1600 126mm ( =720mm full tele). Framing could have been better in terms of thirds placement, but I'm happy enough getting a sharp result at all

Recorded a little movie too (don't mind a roomie messing up the sound ). Stabilized the video in pp. Find it fhd at youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZQlVlYRQnY

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Well done, GreenBaron-

That is one tough photo environment.

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Old May 7, 2010, 2:08 PM   #336
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A Plume Moth (a Microlepidopteran). Supermacro mode, hand held, cropped and sharpened.

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Old May 7, 2010, 3:11 PM   #337
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Your wallet suffers from the initial cost of the camera and all the other accessories added on. In the long run I don't see it a savings over using film. It is convenient and satisfies the need to see what was captured immediately after it was taken.

Also, with film I find that more careful and thought out process was considered before just rapid firing away that one can do with digital. The keeper rate with digital is still quite low.

Shooting sports is tough though. It wasn't that I had my finger pasted on to the shoot button but even the ones that I thought would come out good sometimes sucked. It's not like I'm a professional over here and all those rolls of high speed film add up in a hurry.
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Thank you Sarah; I got lucky I guess

-Some HS10 photos with the Raynox DCR-250 supermacro lens. It alllows focussing on a subject at full tele from a distance of some 13 cm away

Dof is very tight; a few millimeters at max. Going to be tough shooting moving subjects with that..

#1 showing the ballpoint of the ball point pen in the #2 shot

#3 showing the outer edge of a non-recordable cd with it's individual layers

#4 showing a partially torn feather structure with dust particles in between

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Amazing stuff, GB. I used to think the Oly SP5xx series were the best at the supermacro stuff. Not anymore. heheheh.
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It's interesting to see what kind of add-ons people are trying with this camera, and the amazing results out of it.
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