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Old Jan 26, 2006, 1:19 AM   #21
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The second photo posted, which I referred to as a snapshot photo was taken with a flash. Here is an existing light only photo taken with the V-570 at ISO 400.

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It is really a good DC,I think so.But why it is studded on surface? Maybe high ISO will more better?

May you give me some further information about V570?thanks a lot!
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Old Jan 26, 2006, 10:05 AM   #22
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I apologize, but I don't quite see the point you are making. You ask why is the second photo posted in this thread "studded on the surface" and I don't quite understand what you mean.

I like the Kodak V-570 a lot, and am willing to share my experience freely, but I have to understand the questions.

The exposure compensation sunset shot taken 01/24 remains my favorite. It makes the very best use of the ultra wide angle format of the V-570.

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Old Mar 31, 2006, 7:12 AM   #23
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Heres a 3picture panorama I took with my beloved V570. Handheld with the 23mm wideangle it covers 180degree view. Its impressive good at stitching the pictures together. Even at handheld pictures you usually dont see the stitches. Only minus is that it doesnt save the individual images, only the resulting stitched panorama. It can make panoramas of 2 or 3 images from left or right. Its from Bergen, Norway
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Old Mar 31, 2006, 7:19 AM   #24
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How do I add thepicture in the post? My picture in the previous post has to be opened via the link.

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Sorry! Just tried to get the picture into the post...
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Old Mar 31, 2006, 7:43 AM   #26
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Nice panoramic. I still have not read the manual enough to learn how to make these, but have taken a couple thousand photos with my 570. I absolutely love this DC! The wide angle is my most used lens.

Only thing I found wrong with it is that it doesn't seem to like cold weather too well. On a recent skiing trip, I found that it would lock up occasionally with the camera off and lens cover open. Pushing the on/off button would not turn it back on. Removing the battery and reinstalling it reset it and it worked normally again. This happened maybe 5 times over a period of four days. Since returning home to the warm South, this has not happened again.
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Great pics with the v570!

I just got this camera and absolutely love it. The wide angle lense is really neat. Kodak deserves alot of credit for their innovation with this product.
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