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Old Apr 29, 2010, 12:03 PM   #31
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Inspirational, Gary!

I like #3 the best. I have never seen you have so much fun with a camera. Good going.

Sarah Joyce
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Old Apr 29, 2010, 12:36 PM   #32
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Inspirational, Gary!

I like #3 the best. I have never seen you have so much fun with a camera. Good going.

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Thanks, Sarah. It's just a lot of fun to use.
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Old Apr 29, 2010, 5:29 PM   #33
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Great pictures ! really nice !

I guess you also "like " the firmware update to .....

Well the Fuji guys did it again, years ago with their super ccd in the S1-2-3 and 5 Pro's , and now with this small thing, again something special in photo world.
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Old Apr 29, 2010, 8:03 PM   #34
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Great pictures ! really nice !

I guess you also "like " the firmware update to .....

Well the Fuji guys did it again, years ago with their super ccd in the S1-2-3 and 5 Pro's , and now with this small thing, again something special in photo world.

Thanks!
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Very nice pics. How long was the camera down after taking each of those pictures?
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Very nice pics. How long was the camera down after taking each of those pictures?
The camera took 10 shots within 1 second. I don't think there was too much time in between shots.
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The camera took 10 shots within 1 second. I don't think there was too much time in between shots.
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Does it actually take ten shots? I thought that in continuous shooting mode, it can shoot at 10FPS, but actually only takes 7 pictures.

Also, what zoom level did you take these at?

In case I did not say it before, I think these are some of the most breathtaking pictures taken with the HS10 that I have seen - of course I have not been going to that "other" forum very often - too much blood & guts!

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Sorry, I was not clear. What I meant how long was the write time? How long after you took the burst was the camera not able to take the next burst?
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Sorry, I was not clear. What I meant how long was the write time? How long after you took the burst was the camera not able to take the next burst?
While sitting here doing paperwork, I just grabbed my camera and shot off a burst and it took about 14 seconds after the last shot to store the pictures.
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Gary,

Does it actually take ten shots? I thought that in continuous shooting mode, it can shoot at 10FPS, but actually only takes 7 pictures.

Also, what zoom level did you take these at?

In case I did not say it before, I think these are some of the most breathtaking pictures taken with the HS10 that I have seen - of course I have not been going to that "other" forum very often - too much blood & guts!

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You're right... it does take only 7. I just did a count. I knew it took a bunch REALLY fast but failed to do an actual count. heheheh ooops.

Thanks for the very kind words. I tend to focus (no pun intended) on the positive aspects of this camera because focusing on the nitpicky negatives is just silly. The good points so far outweight the bad it's ridiculous. I've probably left more forums of "the other" type than I can count. People are just plain stupid sometimes.
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