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Old May 28, 2012, 12:58 AM   #11
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A very nice shot/scene....
And yes- the 350D is still a fine camera,capable of great images- in the right hands...
Hi Simon40

Again, thank you for your feedback. The area of this setting helps to get decent photos.

I hope that my hands (and mind!) will always be able to capture images well.

For sure, the 350D has been improved upon by the later generations of Canon XXXD DSLRs that have superceded it.

However, I'm glad that it's still working well for me, eg like this day when I had a 2 body / multi-lens set up (most of the time my Sigma 10-20mm ultra wide zoom was on my Canon 350D while my Canon 15-85mm lens was on my Canon 7D, and occasionally the Canon 70-300mm L was used too).

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pj- has the 350D been improved upon..?
IQ is still excellent and they seem to go on forever.
Yes,the newer models have more resolution,movie modes,HDR modes etc... but as a stills camera for images up to A3 size I still think they're hard to beat.
If they made 350D's now I'd buy one...
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I like it. It gives me a feel of actually standing there looking down on the dam.
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Old Jun 6, 2012, 10:32 PM   #14
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I like it. It gives me a feel of actually standing there looking down on the dam.
Hi Steven

Thanks for your comment / feedback on this photo.

That is EXACTLY what I wanted to convey in this photo (and in many of my landscape shots) ie "feeling like you are there".

Have a great day (or 'night' for you?)!!

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