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Old Nov 14, 2005, 12:11 PM   #11
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Very nice photo's. I am thinking of upgradeing to the P880 myself. I will not get rid of my DX6490 as it is still a very good camera for high zoom. Are you useing a polorizing filter or Neutral density or UV Haze filter or a sky-lite filter??? They can really intensify those Blue skies and clouds!

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Very nice photo's. I am thinking of upgradeing to the P880 myself. I will not get rid of my DX6490 as it is still a very good camera for high zoom. Are you useing a polorizing filter or Neutral density or UV Haze filter or a sky-lite filter??? They can really intensify those Blue skies and clouds!

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I have to purchase thepolarizefilter, I know it can make a picture more beautiful. At the moment its autumn so the sun will not shine everyday here in Holland, I think I gonna purchase the polarize filter in Spring so I can used it more often.

The other thing I would buy is a wide zoom lens, so I can have more landscape or other things on my photo.While making these photos, unfortunately I didnt had this lens. Its so expensive, I have to wait when I got some money to buy it.:-)

Some people said it makes a lot of noise the kodak p880, its because the continues focusing of the camera. In the beginning I didnt know that I can turn it off and though what a bummer this camera, but lucky I can turn it off. Just reading the manual thats all.


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Old Nov 15, 2005, 9:55 AM   #13
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wonderful shots! simply beautiful!



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Very nice photo's. I am thinking of upgradeing to the P880 myself. I will not get rid of my DX6490 as it is still a very good camera for high zoom. Are you useing a polorizing filter or Neutral density or UV Haze filter or a sky-lite filter??? They can really intensify those Blue skies and clouds!

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Hi Dawg,

I have to purchase thepolarizefilter, I know it can make a picture more beautiful. At the moment its autumn so the sun will not shine everyday here in Holland, I think I gonna purchase the polarize filter in Spring so I can used it more often.

The other thing I would buy is a wide zoom lens, so I can have more landscape or other things on my photo.While making these photos, unfortunately I didnt had this lens. Its so expensive, I have to wait when I got some money to buy it.:-)

Some people said it makes a lot of noise the kodak p880, its because the continues focusing of the camera. In the beginning I didnt know that I can turn it off and though what a bummer this camera, but lucky I can turn it off. Just reading the manual thats all.

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Old Nov 15, 2005, 1:43 PM   #14
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Here's another photo I got in my collection :-)


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Old Nov 15, 2005, 3:14 PM   #15
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Nice pics. Tpda. Thanks for sharing. And welcome to the forum.

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Welcome, Tpd. Very nice pics

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