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Old May 11, 2010, 8:07 AM   #1
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Default Doesn't do florals well either.

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.



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Old May 11, 2010, 12:00 PM   #2
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Who has peed on your sugar bread = Danish expression meens who has pissed you so much that you write these sarkastic things ?
(IMO I think the HS10 take superp pics - as I can see)
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Who has peed on your sugar bread = Danish expression meens who has pissed you so much that you write these sarkastic things ?
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There are several people, Claus, that have made some inaccurate comments even after looking at what I consider pretty darned good IQ. Thank you for your observations and comments.
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this is a very interesting flower for me, the colors are so interesting that the eye doesn't almost want to believe nature could do that.

and its captured well, nice one..
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this is a very interesting flower for me, the colors are so interesting that the eye doesn't almost want to believe nature could do that.

and its captured well, nice one..
Thanks very much, Dustin. This one is a first for me but, I don't think it will be my last. I want to try a couple different colors of hydrangea. The HS-10 did a fine job in accurately reproducing color and clarity with it.
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That's it I'm smashing mine up (can't risk anyone else getting such a poor camera if I return it) LOL Great shots!
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this is a very interesting flower for me, the colors are so interesting that the eye doesn't almost want to believe nature could do that.

and its captured well, nice one..
So true; and it's especially difficult to get all those color back in the photo; The HS10 does a fine job!
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So true; and it's especially difficult to get all those color back in the photo; The HS10 does a fine job!
Dang it! C'mon, guys. You're not playing the game! heheheh
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My those shots are atrocious. So fuzzy. Doesn't make we want to walk outside right now and shoot my hydgrangeas at all.
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Dang it! C'mon, guys. You're not playing the game! heheheh
In think you could sell all these pics as postcards
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