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Old Apr 20, 2010, 8:39 PM   #1
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Default The obligatory moon shot... with a twist!

The twist being: my TCON-17 is sitting at the business end of my HS-10! Hazy night. Sorry. This is a 10% crop.

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Nice detail....my "obligatory moon shot" was going on the board at the same time as yours. lol.

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Nice detail....my "obligatory moon shot" was going on the board at the same time as yours. lol.

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ouch! this one is very...very..sharp. did you enhance the jpeg with sharpening...ohh it must be the reduction of jpeg. I can see the "square" imprint of the compression of jpeg....nevermind. This is an amazing shot.
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ouch! this one is very...very..sharp. did you enhance the jpeg with sharpening...ohh it must be the reduction of jpeg. I can see the "square" imprint of the compression of jpeg....nevermind. This is an amazing shot.
Thanks very much. Man, your eyes must be a WHOLE lot better than mine!
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 10:04 PM   #6
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ya i keep telling people that in the fz35 forum about these issues or videographers. My eyes are beyond 20/20. It's more than 20/15 last they checked. I need a really good monitor for my eyes to enjoy the images and videos. Lame monitors just suck and make my eyes hurt.
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Here is what I am talking about. I drew the grid so you can sort of see what I am talking about. It is way too sharp for an excellent shot. Toning a little might improve the image. I think someone said the same thing about the squirrel. They are just too sharp but excellent none the less. decreasing the jpeg compression to comply with the forum rules will definitely fix this issue.
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Old Apr 20, 2010, 10:55 PM   #8
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ohh and a moon shot with my s200exr. Not that optimized nor did I do anything fancy. It was my first try. No extra lenses nor nothing.
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ouch! this one is very...very..sharp. did you enhance the jpeg with sharpening...ohh it must be the reduction of jpeg. I can see the "square" imprint of the compression of jpeg....nevermind. This is an amazing shot.
gjtoth - What do you have your in-camera sharpness set to? hard?
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exactly what I'm talking about. He could really pull a good moon pic and make it look really good. He gets them really sharp. Just too sharp..lol. To much for my eyes to process.

In 10 years time, we most likely will be picking up jupiter or mars in our cameras...

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