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Old Aug 18, 2005, 12:34 PM   #1
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Hi,
I'm Massimo from Italy (Tuscany)

I have read all the messages in this forum.. I love it..

These shots are taken with my new dx7630.

I think that this is a good digicam, with high resolution and good color.

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P.S. Sorry for my english... I used the Google Translator ))

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Old Aug 18, 2005, 12:34 PM   #2
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Old Aug 18, 2005, 12:35 PM   #3
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Shot 3

a "tortora"


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Old Aug 18, 2005, 12:36 PM   #4
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And for last the map where I live...

Bye Massimo

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Hi Massimo and welcome to the forum..Those are very nice shots..and thank you for the map!

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Old Aug 18, 2005, 2:24 PM   #6
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Thanks dan.

This is my first digicam.

I am a beginner, but this digicam is simple to use.

I have also a telescope refractor 80/400 and the tortora photo was (or is?!?!)
taken with it.

I use it as a Telephoto zoom lenses.

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Welcome to the forum, Massimo! Those are really fine photo's. I'm glad the 7630 is doing a good job for you. Keep posting and asking questions. Everyone here will be glad to answer any questions you need to ask!! Your English is just fine!!


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Nice pics. Massimo, And welcome to the forum. Like Dawg said there is alot of good people on this forum and we are all just trying to have funnnnn. Happy posting.

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Old Aug 19, 2005, 4:08 AM   #9
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Thanks boys..

I want to make experience with this digicam and then to buy one slr cam.

The only defect that I have found with the dx7630 are the
compression artifacts (see also in Steve' s Review) on sky and
clear surface (see the Picture).

How I can make in order to eliminate them?

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themasmo wrote:
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The only defect that I have found with the dx7630 are the
compression artifacts (see also in Steve' s Review) on sky and
clear surface (see the Picture).
Hi, Massimo - welcome to the forum, from a fellow DX7630 owner... a good camera.

I don't see compression artifacts in your picture. Compression artifacts usually show up under high magnification, as below, where you see blocks in the telephone poles and the bridge railing. This is a screenshot of a picture at 400%. The bridge and poles are about 350 yards (320 m) away.



I have not seen compression-related problems in any of my pictures. If you are referring to the red - blue - green blots on your picture, especially in the darker portion of the auto bumper, these are caused by noise.

You can minimize noise by shooting at 100 speed, rather than 200 or 400. You do not have much control of speed in Auto mode, but you do in any of the PASM modes. P (Program) is very close to Auto, but gives you control over speed.

You can also minimize noise by avoiding pictures with dark areas, because the noise shows up more in dark areas.

You can remove a lot of noise with photo editing software. Picture Cooler is a free one. Michael Almond reviews many noise reduction programs including Picture Cooler at http://www.michaelalmond.com/Articles/noise.htm.

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Hi, Massimo - benvenuto alla tribuna, da un proprietario del collega DX7630... una buona macchina fotografica.

Non vedo i manufatti di compressione nella vostra immagine. I manufatti di compressione rivelano solitamente sotto alto ingrandimento, come sotto, dove vedete i blocchi nei pali del telefono e nell'inferriata del ponticello. Ciò è uno screenshot di un'immagine a 400%. Il ponticello ed i pali sono circa 350 yarde (320 m) via.

Non ho visto i problemi compressione-relativi in c'è ne delle mie immagini. Sesiete riferendosi iete riferendosi al colore rosso - azzurro - il verde si macchia sulla vostra immagine, particolarmente nella parte più scura del respingente auto, questi è causato da rumore.

Potete minimizzare il rumore sparando a 100 velocit*, piuttosto che 200 o 400. Non avete molto controllo di velocit* nel modo auto, ma fate in c'è ne dei modi di PASM. La P (programma) è molto vicino all'auto, ma vi d* il controllo sopra velocit*.

Potete anche minimizzare il rumore evitando le immagini con le zone scure, perché il rumore rivela più nelle zone scure.

Potete rimuovere il a lot [multo?]di rumore con la foto che pubblicate il software. Il dispositivo di raffreddamento dell'immagine è libero. La mandorla del MichaelAlmondo molti programmi di riduzione di rumore compreso il dispositivo di raffreddamento dell'immagine a http://www.michaelalmond.com/Articles/noise.htm.
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