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Old Apr 14, 2006, 8:38 PM   #1
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Which cameras are best for night-time scenery? I was in Vegas in May 2001 with a Sony Mavica FD-95 and took awesome night-time shots of the strip and New York, New York with just turning the flash off and clicking. Since then I've owned an Olympus 2500L, and Olympus 4040Z, a Fuji S2 Pro, and now a Casio Exifilm Z750. I just tried some night shots with the Casio last night and unless you're braced or using a tripod the pictures are blurry. Back in 2001, the Sony didn't need that much stabilization for sharpness. Does this sound crazy? What gives?

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Old Apr 15, 2006, 7:21 PM   #2
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Without knowing anything about the camera settings, it's hard to tell. Most modern cameras store their settings in a special place called the EXIF header, but some image editors and viewers can destroy this information if they change the images, even something as simple is rotating them to a vertical orientation. The FD-95 is a fairly old model. I don't remember whether the FD-95 has an EXIF header or not.
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