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Old Oct 5, 2005, 5:18 PM   #431
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1 of the pix I made last week, cropped, grayscale added, little added contrast.


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Old Oct 5, 2005, 8:08 PM   #432
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Please tell me what I am doing wrong with my computer...most topics here easily fit onto my 19 inch monitor...this topic, specifically, is twice as wide as my monitor, so to read a post I have to move the screen left to right and it is damn annoying...

Why this topic and just a few others, but most comments are only 6-7 inches wide???
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 1:32 AM   #433
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Same irritation - seems to relate toposting images & image sizeas it only occurs where a large image has been posted on that particular page. Just a casual observation as I haven't tried in earnest to fix the view.
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 4:22 AM   #434
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@ Proton en DijkX: i really love your pictures a lot.
Maybe we can arrange a meeting and you can learn me how to take such shots..

Very nice job both of you...
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 6:41 AM   #435
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It seems that all owners (at least on this forum) of S9500 bought in the Netherlands are happy owners.

It seems that most owners (at least on this forum) of S9500 bought in the UK are happy owners. But phaedra reported that he was not happy with the exposure of his camera.

It seems that quite a few (not on this forum) of S9000 bought in Canada had problems with focus on 1st batch of cameras.
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 6:49 AM   #436
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I am still trying mine out in a variety of situations. The one mode I am not happy with is landscape. The image just did not come out crisp enough (I must do a print and see, it is fuzzy on the computer screen in the distance.

And if using the autofocus it also does not seem quick enough, the continous mode lags a bit much for my tastes. So I have been practising with manual focus for my action shots. EVF takes a bit of getting used to.

In general, I am very happy with my S9500!!!!
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Old Oct 6, 2005, 12:50 PM   #437
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Nefius wrote:
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@ Proton en DijkX: i really love your pictures a lot.
Maybe we can arrange a meeting and you can learn me how to take such shots..

Very nice job both of you...
Hi Nefius,

I'm very happy you like my photo's
What I use to do with my old SLR, taking pictures and note down the settings, with a digital camera you don't have to do that just check the exif information. Just take a lot of pictures (very easy with a digital camera) and experiment with the settings. Try to think different shoot out of a different angle. And shoot shoot shoot, the more pictures you take the more you will learn. I'm not a pro not even a good amateur but the nice thing about digital photographing is that you can take a lot of pictures while it costs nothing. Just be critical afterwards and keep only the best pictures. So I'm afraid I can't teach you anything. Just practice and read some articles on the net.



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Old Oct 6, 2005, 1:05 PM   #438
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Just a pic of my kitten trying to get some sleep while being disturbed by the flash.

Nothing altered, picture taken free-hand in macro mode..

Fuji 9500

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Old Oct 6, 2005, 4:26 PM   #439
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a nice example of low level shooting :-)
The shoppingcentre in my neigbourhood, front is bit blurred, a large aperture would have made that sharp too.


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Old Oct 6, 2005, 6:19 PM   #440
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Well here's my very first picture with the S9000. This is with the camera as it comes straight out of the box on the factory settings, all in auto.
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