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Old Jun 19, 2012, 8:38 PM   #1
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I spent a little time down by the pond watching for dragonflies with the S100fs. The Lotus were also blooming. Thanks for taking a look and all comments & critique is welcomed and appreciated.
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Old Jun 19, 2012, 10:23 PM   #2
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Very nice images, Keith. I checked out your web site briefly, and looked at the praying mantis photos you have there. Some stunning images.
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Very nice images, Keith. I checked out your web site briefly, and looked at the praying mantis photos you have there. Some stunning images.

I don't keep it updated nearly as often as I should !!!! Thanks for checking it out Robert, much appreciated!!
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Yes, a couple of very good images there...

Back about 6 years ago I bought my first, what I call "serious" camera. At the time I was undecided on either the Fujifilm S6000 or the S9600. I settled on the S6000 simply because I felt that I was taking a big step up and away from the pocket camera and wanted to crawl before I tried to walk. The S6000 never let me down. It gave the most fantastic results I have ever had from any Digital camera at the time. I still have it and it still gives hugely beautiful pictures to look at. It can't be technically compared to some other cameras I have now or have owned since then but I am still amazed at just how good that camera is for its age. I am amazed also at just how far a measly 6MP can go in the right hands or should I say - in the right camera.

I know the S6000 cannot compare to your S100 but I have grown to trust FujiFilm cameras, seeing many great results from a handful of FujiFilm cameras. Yesterday I bought a smaller point and shoot Fuji camera, an F660 and I hope it will deliver the goods for its class type... I simply want another pocket type camera as I have missed them in the past 4 or 5 years,, and they have grown so much since back then...


Once again, nice pics, nice camera...
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wow! pretty amazing shots. Mr. Keith, would you be so kind to tell me if you used any filters or special lenses for these shots. I have a Fujifilm HS30 but I don't think I could zoom this close without blowing the background. Could you please give me some tips if you have the time. Thanks again and hope to see more amazing shots.
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Very, very nice pictures, professionally presented! I especially liked the first one. Also great pictures on your website!
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