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Old Jan 29, 2009, 4:45 PM   #1
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You see these are from the GVS, it is amazingwhat this cam can do, out of all the pics there is one or a few that came out , AF lock was used, no other settings at all

no magic tricks here, this is what you get. nothing more.






















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Old Jan 29, 2009, 9:12 PM   #2
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If you used a tripod the night shots wouldnt come out like that.
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Old Jan 30, 2009, 5:31 AM   #3
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I totally agree with you.

TheseAre Flaws of the camera/Hybrid. pointing out the good bad and ugly.

seems to us there is a senser, shutter speed present. no where in the manual will it say this, and hiddden info is a turn off.

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Well at day time, the GVS takes ok to good pictures but at night or low light it's another story. There are no manual control over shutter speed and aperture, so you can just hope, the camera chooses the right values. Tripod is important for the longer shutter speeds. Even digicams has same problems, when shooting handheld in low light.
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Yes i know this :G, and the funny thing is AF lock is deffently needed big time

one now must force themselves to always side mouse the AF lock with photos, if not you get that poor to good shots.

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Well at day time, the GVS takes ok to good pictures but at night or low light it's another story. There are no manual control over shutter speed and aperture, so you can just hope, the camera chooses the right values. Tripod is important for the longer shutter speeds. Even digicams has same problems, when shooting handheld in low light.
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