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Old Feb 9, 2005, 7:11 PM   #1
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Hi all,

Saw a shot on a different thread so I tried using the M410R. The candle was the only light in the room, so it was very dark took some tries for the focus to lock on, candle+piture are about 4ft away zoomed in a little focused on the glass candle holder for the first one,then on the painting for the second one, Slightly blurred second piture, I think I knocked the table also using cheap nasty awful bendy minipod(came free with magazine)

I will try and sort out how to get the exif data so I can put that info on as well, I don't think they are too bad, long exposure was off and ISO 200


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and the second shot.
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Old Feb 10, 2005, 12:55 AM   #3
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I agree that they are not too bad considering the little light avaliable. I downloaded the pics but no exif data was avaliable which is odd.....maybe Photosuite killed it off? Do you not have ACDsee that comes with the camera?

What was the white balance at Ian?

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Hi tony,

The white balance was on AUTO setting, I haven't loaded the software, just use elements2 for resizing.

Will have to try another, long exposure shot this time

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Old Feb 10, 2005, 3:54 AM   #5
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Ian

ACDsee is very good.....very easy to resize and adjust pics and exif data always shows up. Any low light pics should be taken with either preset or manually selected white balance and the resultshould be improved...i am sure you are aware of that though

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I use spot focus for low light as it seems to work better for me
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Old Feb 10, 2005, 4:33 PM   #7
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You inspired me to try somthing out myself. Onlycandle light-about two meters away-tripod-2 sec timer.Took several shots. These wheresome of the best.


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Another one
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Old Feb 10, 2005, 4:40 PM   #9
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Nice Gerrard,

I will have to play a little more to see what else is possible, I did find it took a few goes for the focus to lock on though.

I do like this shot, the contents of the bottles is very nice!:crazy:


We will all have to have a weekly/monthly photo challenge!

KK,Tony,5teve-any low light shots?


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