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Old Jun 2, 2011, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default More flowers with the Fujifilm HS20

EXR DR mode and tracking focussing does a good job up until about 650mm zoom range.

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Old Jun 2, 2011, 10:37 AM   #2
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Great pictures with vivid colours and outstanding sharpness.

What were the settings you had for these shots?
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great shots
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Hello Saketb and Prelude.
Thank you for the compliment. The setting is my universal setting for outdoor daylight when not using flash, that is:
JPEG
ISO auto 400 max.
EXR DR priority
MEDIUM (8 MP) Very important !!
Fine setting
DR 400
Provia
Color standard
Tone off
Sharpness standard (a bit of USM afterwards in post processing). That's all the postprocessing needed to get this result.
Noise reduction high (yes indeed)
electric horizon on
integral light measuring
focus: TRACKING
single AF
EV minus 1/3.


You will love it !

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Hello Guus,

Thanks a lot for the detailed settings. I shall try with these settings tomorrow and post some photos.
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Old Jun 11, 2011, 3:18 AM   #6
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Stunning photos !
Ones of the best I've ever seen ! I have no more words to say, I'm speechless ...
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Stunning photos !
Ones of the best I've ever seen ! I have no more words to say, I'm speechless ...
Thank you Bugsbunny.
The HS20 is a very easy to use camera, Before the HS20 I used the HS10. Nice camera too, but the JPEG software did not match with the sensor. Had to use RAW and Silkypix to get good results. That's over now with the HS20. JPEG looks fine !

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Old Jun 14, 2011, 5:18 AM   #8
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I have surveillances over HS10 & HS20, cause I'm looking for a good camera replacement of my old Panasonic. And HS 10 was my favorite choice even with it's well known disadvantages, but when I knew that Fuji was releasing a new HS model, I was very exited. And I'm not changed my choice It's gonna be Fuji and HS, but now HS 20. I'm impressed even more of HS-20 than HS-10.
And in the end of this month I suppose, I'm gonna buy one !
You guys are showing to other people what HS 20 is capable of ! Thank you again !
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