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Old Dec 2, 2010, 1:07 PM   #31
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Ok, felt a bit off-topic with the geotag thing.
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Old Dec 2, 2010, 1:18 PM   #32
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Ok, felt a bit off-topic with the geotag thing.
Whether any of these cameras can be used with Geotagging is also a very
valid question that many may want to to know the answer to...

No worries, it's all good...
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Old Dec 2, 2010, 1:32 PM   #33
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Possible soultion?

http://www.dpreview.com/news/0801/08...hotofinder.asp

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http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0013AD788?...9M3ZTRNVBKKNY&


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I'm lovin' my HS10 too. If you're into birding - you'll love the reach.


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Oracle... can you tell us what focal length, shutter speed and aperture were used in those shots? The EXIF data seems to be missing. Very impressive. In fact, with the exception of low-light work (tough for any camera with a sensor smaller than a DSLR), I think these shots effectively put to rest any arguments against the HS10.

I suspect if one knows what one is doing with an HS10, there's no reason to go birding and nature-shooting with a big, heavy 400mm lens screwed to the front of a big, heavy DSLR.
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Oracle... can you tell us what focal length, shutter speed and aperture were used in those shots? The EXIF data seems to be missing. Very impressive. In fact, with the exception of low-light work (tough for any camera with a sensor smaller than a DSLR), I think these shots effectively put to rest any arguments against the HS10.

I suspect if one knows what one is doing with an HS10, there's no reason to go birding and nature-shooting with a big, heavy 400mm lens screwed to the front of a big, heavy DSLR.
Thank you, Biro for your nice comments. The heron was shot a 1/500s f6.4 and ISO 100.

The killdeer was shot Aperture Priority at 1/350s ISO100 f7.1. Biro, the EXIF should be attached to this shot - but not to the heron.

What I love about the HS10 is that...there are virtually zero PF/CA issues. Also, I'm very impressed with higher ISO performance.
And it's so lightweight - and just a great all-in-one camera IMHO.
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Thank you, Biro for your nice comments. The heron was shot a 1/500s f6.4 and ISO 100.

The killdeer was shot Aperture Priority at 1/350s ISO100 f7.1. Biro, the EXIF should be attached to this shot - but not to the heron.

What I love about the HS10 is that...there are virtually zero PF/CA issues. Also, I'm very impressed with higher ISO performance.
And it's so lightweight - and just a great all-in-one camera IMHO.
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Old Dec 3, 2010, 1:32 AM   #37
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Second photo exif for those without readers:

Camera Maker: FUJIFILM
Camera Model: FinePix HS10 HS11
Image Date: 2010:11:14 14:36:28
Focal Length: 90.9mm
Aperture: f/7.1
Exposure Time: 0.0029 s (1/350)
ISO equiv: 100
Exposure Bias: -0.33 EV
Metering Mode: Matrix
Exposure: aperture priority (semi-auto)
White Balance: Auto
Flash Fired: No
Color Space: sRGB
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Cool find, Kenzie...!

I'm going to keep that little device in mind...
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More HS10 snow fun:

Taken using Snow Mode in Advance setting



Normal mode ( forgot it had snow mode! )

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Neat...!

(Notice I didn't say "Cool"... )

What's the Snow Puppy's name...?
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