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Old May 12, 2010, 11:35 AM   #11
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Very nice, interesting color.

Can you shoot a side by side of your shot with the hs10 and your olympus. The color is nice, but on your olympus shots the color seems to pop better.
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Old May 12, 2010, 11:58 AM   #12
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Very nice, interesting color.

Can you shoot a side by side of your shot with the hs10 and your olympus. The color is nice, but on your olympus shots the color seems to pop better.
You're correct. However, I have the Hs-10 set to "Standard" because the "FujiChrome" setting is toooo much and I have the E-620 set to "Vivid" because "Standard" is not quite enough.



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Old May 12, 2010, 12:22 PM   #13
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interesting comparison. Thanks
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Not only will the HS10 not handle birds & other wildlife, it doesn't handle florals well, either. This should deter even the staunchest Fujifilm user from even remotely considering this camera. It was VERY difficult to get these images. I actually had to put it on a tripod, point it in the direction of the flower, and I actually had to push the button!! Can you believe it? Excruciating.




Well let's hope the next update for the HS10 comes with "voice" control... like ""shoot this" now zoom and shoot that bird..."
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they really do interpret the colors differently. neither is bad, just different. and i have no idea what the plant looks like, so i have no bias that way.
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I find them both amazing to look at. It matters not which camera was used to take the shot in the case of the Fuji HS10 or Olympus E620. I agree the Fuji Chrome setting is a bit much for subjects such as this.
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