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Old Apr 26, 2010, 3:26 PM   #1
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Without looking at the EXIF data, which is the one shot with my E-620?



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Old Apr 26, 2010, 3:44 PM   #2
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Given my old Olympus E500 tended to overexpose slightly I would say the first was the 620. Either way I prefer the second.
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 3:45 PM   #3
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I think #2
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Old Apr 26, 2010, 4:36 PM   #4
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That goes for me too - #2 please
is the HS10 (at least that is what I wish for !!)
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Because of their larger sensor, dslrs have more shallow DOF, which makes me think the #1 is taken with the E-620
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Gary, both are nice shots.

And while i am sure you and many are aware, the comparison is really apples to oranges. But i wanted to add this just for people that may be new. Comparing the unprocessed output from a dslr to a p&s is difficult. The output is usually softer because a dslr output is less processed and requires a little unsharp mask, which your p&s does for you. also you will have shallower depth of field with a dslr due to the larger sensor, which can be an advantage or disadvantage depending on your artistic vision. and at web-sized are really not any way to judge sharpness.

anyways, i know this comparison was just for fun, i just wanted to make sure any new viewers get a little more of the complete story.
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Gary, both are nice shots.

And while i am sure you and many are aware, the comparison is really apples to oranges. But i wanted to add this just for people that may be new. Comparing the unprocessed output from a dslr to a p&s is difficult. The output is usually softer because a dslr output is less processed and requires a little unsharp mask, which your p&s does for you. also you will have shallower depth of field with a dslr due to the larger sensor, which can be an advantage or disadvantage depending on your artistic vision. and at web-sized are really not any way to judge sharpness.

anyways, i know this comparison was just for fun, i just wanted to make sure any new viewers get a little more of the complete story.
That's all I posted it for, Dustin.... just for fun.
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That's all I posted it for, Dustin.... just for fun.
yea, its all good Gary, just doing my duty
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So #2 is HS10?
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Old Apr 27, 2010, 8:49 AM   #10
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For those that guessed #2, you are correct. That's the one taken with the HS10.
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