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Old Oct 20, 2005, 5:01 PM   #541
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Press photographer:

We have a monthly newspaper here in our neigbourhood , 6500 copies are pressed each month and it's slowly growing. The newspaper is run by volenteers and contains anything concerning the neigbourhood where I live.
It's a new 'hood' which they started building 8 years ago and won't be finished for years. They asked for an extra photographer and I volenteered and was accepted :-)
Now I can make sometimes pix serving a purpose with my s9500. A nice addition to my hobby I think, since I sometimes run out of idea's of things to make photo's of.
Tomorrow I might have my first assignment. In Holland we have a TV programme where people are helped in finding a house to buy. A few houses are shown and the buyer decides in the programme which house he/she wants. Tomorrow they are filming in a house in our neigbourhood and they asked me to make pix.
I called a contact and she will ask the producer tomorrow if I can make photo's.
I hope it's allowed! If not, then I just will try to make a few pix outside the house. They can't forbid me to do that :-)
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Old Oct 21, 2005, 2:45 AM   #542
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oh noo... no Silvana Simons :?
You better use the flash then, because else we will see a lot of black shapes on the pictures :-)

Well, good luck
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 4:20 AM   #543
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shot without flash which was forbidden because it would turn up on the footage they were filming. With iso800 that was no problem at all...:-)
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Old Oct 24, 2005, 7:16 AM   #544
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Hope you do not mind, but I straightened your picture and tried b&w.


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Old Oct 24, 2005, 8:57 AM   #545
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Proton-

Thanks for posting the nice ISO 800 example photo of the TV crew at work. It shows rather nicely the capabilities of the S-9000/S-9500. Keep on trucking, you're doing great for an old HP user. Just kidding.

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Old Oct 26, 2005, 1:22 PM   #546
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Hello Speaklightly. Carlton has returned with news on the 9500 front. As you know I was one of the 1st to get my hands on a fuji 9500. I was really made up with the fast start-up and the zoom lens. AAAAAAAAAH but!!!!!! As you may remember I headed of to warmer climes. All the faults of the 9500 soon raised their ugly heads in Australia/ I couldn't believe how long it took for one RAW file to down load to the CF card. !12 to 15secs. And the blank screen. OOOOOH no!!!!. And one thing I realized that Fuji, somehow, had built-in a noise removal thingy. AT 400iso and beyond matters began to appear very PLASTICKY. If you know what I mean. Take a portrait at 800iso see what I mean. Shop window dummy time. I dumped the Fuji in Hong-Kong and replace it with a CANON 350d with a CANON l18-35 and a TAMRON 24 135 lens. Now I have realized if you want great fotos, DSLR is the ony way to go. Incidently you bought, if I remember, a TOKINA 14-200 lens. What's your honest opion of this lens. Carlton signing off on his way to N Zealand. Cheers
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Old Oct 26, 2005, 4:44 PM   #547
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Carlton-

I believe that the Tokina lens is the 24-200mm lens. I also use that lens and have found it to be good, but not great lens. It is equal to the better Sigma lenses.

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Old Oct 26, 2005, 9:03 PM   #548
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Here some s9500 shots, most of themtaken in the pouring rain.this camera is really a versatile camera and its taking great pictures.

Put some bigger pictures at http://dijkxhoorn2.blogspot.com/2005...2_archive.html
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Old Oct 26, 2005, 10:24 PM   #549
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Thanks for posting the photos. The S-9000/S9500 is becoming more and more impressive.

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Old Oct 26, 2005, 11:10 PM   #550
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Certainly superb images, the fifth generation fuji sensor in action. The S9500/S9000 is a portfolio maker.

FujiFilm is not joking around with top U.S. professors.

http://home.fujifilm.com/products/di...iew/index.html

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