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seftonearl May 3, 2005 2:08 AM

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Thanks for all the information advice and great pics on this forum.

It resulted in a new camera a M410r which I brought online in New Zealand.

The camera seams great , I have only had it a few days so still sorting out a few things.

Its very small compared to my film S.L.R. but hey its works well. I have tryed to send a picture or two but don't know how it is going to work .

Thanks again, and cheers.

Kyocera Kid May 3, 2005 4:13 AM

Hi Seftonearl

Glad you find the K/Y threads useful. Hardly ever hear a bad word about the M410R ..... sure .....there is a wish list for the highly unlikely M410R mark II ...... but what camera wouldn't have one!

Nice Maple!

All you need to do, if you want the pic to appear directly on the forum page is resize it in a photoeditor (PSP, Adobe PS etc) to about 720 pixels wide and check that it is under about 240KB file size.

Let's see some more pics.

Cheers, KK

stitch May 3, 2005 4:49 AM

i just got this camera from my fren. works good. still trying to figure the full capabilities of the camera.. :)

seftonearl May 3, 2005 5:53 AM

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O.K. Its seams to have worked, thanks to K.K. whoposted me the method.

I will try another pic, this butterfly was at macro tele.

Its at the default setting and the 1st of the 2 sec burst of7 shots,

The maple leaf is around 3 times actual size,the camera was set at 100asa, spot metered, spot focused, macro tele with a 2x hoya close up as well.I usedmy Cupped hand as alens hood,looking almoststraight into the sun.

seftonearl May 3, 2005 6:09 AM

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I was delighted to read the articles on panoramas, This one is 3 handheld shots of a sunset with ended up at 21mp. The asa was 260 on auto standard . the focus wason landscape.

My daughters cannon software made the stitch,very easy to do.This shot was taken 3 days ago when I has just opened the box, so it was hit and miss.I know about the missing pixels under the tree at leftbut was trying to keep the tops of the houses in frame. I will have to find out how to clone missing information like that.

I have since fixed this up, did not know how easy it was going to be, less than 5min work, cheers.


seftonearl May 3, 2005 6:46 AM

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I recall that many are keen of dogs so I will post apic of mine.Rosa is a Welsh Terrier, now six and keen on agility and fly agility, she has done obedience and trials as well.

The pic is a snapshot with fill flash, I will have to doctor her eyes,(green eye).My red eye removal program did not work so I fudged itin Photoshop.

Thanks for your reply K.K. I will try your idea this post. (I have since corrected them all to appear on post).
Cheers.

stez May 4, 2005 12:51 PM

That's an excellent shot of the sunset - I never managed to get a decent sunset picture with my camera yet! Still, now that I'm back home, I should have more time to experiment.

Kyocera Kid May 4, 2005 2:19 PM

Keep posting chaps(esses)....this is turning into a great sub-topic!

Cheers KK

seftonearl May 5, 2005 4:08 AM

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O.K. another pic coming up.

I have had a bad cold so have been amusing myself in the garden with the new

toy. err camera.

Thisfuchsia had nice lighting and so taken with a straight 370mm at 100asa.

Spot metered and spot focus was used. Ileave the camera in Ext aperture priority

so you can see the readings in the EVAand up the shutter speed by opening the

f stop or aperture.



Kyocera Kid May 5, 2005 1:17 PM

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Nice exposure, SeftonEarl!

Here's one from your namesake's village on Merseyside!


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