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Old Jun 29, 2004, 6:17 PM   #1
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hi guys! is it too late to buy a 6490 now?with all the rumours about the 7490 comin out.anyway how does the 6490 fare in wide angle,low lightindoor shots?coz ill be mainly using it to take pics at party's.im considering this cam coz of its biiiiig zoooom and wanna try out long zooom shots too .could someone pleeez post pics of indoor shots of small groups?iwould really appreciate it.

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Old Jun 30, 2004, 5:51 PM   #2
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pleeeeez help me out :?

i dont know who else to ask
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Old Jun 30, 2004, 6:05 PM   #3
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Works pretty nice in wide angle mode but remember wide angle for it is 38mm (barely WA).

Focus is pretty good (set it to spot focus to give it a little help).

For web use you can use the ASA200 and Neat image to clean up the noise. An external flash helps a lot. I'm afraid all my shots are with a flash so I can't give you any examples.

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Old Jun 30, 2004, 6:42 PM   #4
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thanx a lot for the reply castledude!which external flash would u recommend for the 6490?
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and coould u please also post a couple of pics evenif ithas theexternal flash,just so that i could get an idea of how ithe picwould look like.

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Old Jun 30, 2004, 8:17 PM   #6
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If you want wide angle for indoorphotography,you need this kind of set-up.



Honest, there is a DX6490 under there.



This add-on lens reduces the zoom to a mere 26.6mm, so for indoor photography it works well.

The only problem is, the built in flash is completey useless with the lens on, so that's why an external flash is used. (the added bonus is I can use burst mode and get the flash to fire on all six shots - very handy for taking pictures of my puppy in action)

I'll post some test shots soon.

All the best.

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Old Jun 30, 2004, 8:38 PM   #7
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I use a Sunpak 383 on a bracket with a Lumiquest Softbox attached to it. It tends to flatter people a little more than a raw harsh flash.

Here is a shot I did of the Coors Light Twins using that arrangement...




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Old Jun 30, 2004, 8:43 PM   #8
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thanx a million paul!

could u also post a few pics(ofsmall groups,if u have any)without the addon wide angle lens...(lens are kinda expensive here in india)

i'd love to see those pics with your puppy!i'll be takin a lot of pics of my dog as well,so i want to see how the cam works in this aspect....(i have a collie)

thanks again for the feed back paul!!
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what can i say......U THE MAN CASTLE GUY!!
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