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Old Nov 13, 2005, 10:32 AM   #51
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Just be thankfull I didn't set up the timer and hang it out of the car window. I might go to jail for shooten the moon.




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[align=left]File date: 2005:11:11 18:09:10
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[align=left]Camera make: EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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[align=left]Camera model: KODAK P850 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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[align=left]Date/Time: 2005:11:02 16:19:27
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[align=left]Resolution: 694 x 708
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[align=left]Flash used: No
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[align=left]Focal length: 72.0mm (35mm equivalent: 432mm)
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[align=left]Digital Zoom: 3.400x
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[align=left]Exposure time: 0.0031 s (1/320)
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[align=left]Aperture: f/3.7
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[align=left]ISO equiv.: 100
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[align=left]Exposure bias: -1.00
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[align=left]Whitebalance: Auto
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[align=left]Metering Mode: matrix
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[align=left]Exposure: shutter priority (semi-auto)
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http://photobucket.com/albums/y11/SW...t=N850MOON.jpg

I used all the zoom I could get out of the camera. I tryed this with my first 850. I took alot of shots and all were very fuzzy. I'm very happy with the replacement rig and with KODAK service.


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Old Nov 13, 2005, 12:10 PM   #52
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Got news for you Techgeek, That is a shot of the moon! Not a full moon but a 3/4 moon. Why you would think it was anything else I can't imagine! Is your monitor on the fritz or is it just that you have vowed to never look up at night?? LOL just kidding. RJ has done a great job getting this shot. I can get similar shots with my DX6490 but nothing as clear as he has done with the P850. Again Great moon shot RJ!


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Here are a few different ones taken with the Dx6490 and the olympus TCON-17 Tele lens.

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Old Nov 13, 2005, 1:24 PM   #55
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your shots are splendid!

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alright, maybe it is the moon
cut off my legs and call me "shorty"

It just seems you would need agood telescope to see that kind of detail.

But if you can get that closewith theP850 and addon 1.7x telephoto I'm shocked!

Great shot!





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pana2005 wrote:
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I don't see any review of this camera in the internet.
pana2005,

"serious" links?

no seriously, really, just GO BUY ONE!
and send it back if you dont like it.
then you can give all of us your OWN personal "serious" review.

those are the most extensive REVIEWS found on the INTERNET.
Sorry ifthey did not meet your expectations.

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Old Nov 13, 2005, 4:32 PM   #58
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"alright, maybe it is the moon
cut off my legs and call me "shorty"

It just seems you would need agood telescope to see that kind of detail.

But if you can get that closewith theP850 and addon 1.7x telephoto I'm shocked!

Great shot!"


You were serious? Thats the moon with the P850 and the Oly TCON. Cropped and sized smaller to fit the thread. Just look at the detail Dawgs4mp DX6490 got, with the TCON I believe.





I guess you have not done many shots using alot of zoom FilmCam or DigiCam. You might try is sometimes. Get yourself a tripod.
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Old Nov 13, 2005, 4:48 PM   #59
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techgeek,

you are right, it 'ld be the solution of the problem to find a retailer with a return policy.
But these retailers with shops are too expensive.

I want to buy the camera from a retailer in the internet (about 100,- to 150,- € cheaper). These guys haven't a return policy.

Thus I must be sure to buy a camera, order it and buy it.
Thus I'm forced to collect infos by asking.

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techgeek,

you are right, it 'ld be the solution of the problem to find a retailer with a return policy.
But these retailers with shops are too expensive.

I want to buy the camera from a retailer in the internet (about 100,- to 150,- € cheaper). These guys haven't a return policy.

Thus I must be sure to buy a camera, order it and buy it.
Thus I'm forced to collect infos by asking.

Regards Peter


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