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Old May 4, 2006, 8:38 PM   #1
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Well, It was actually kind of sunny today so I got Chomper, our pet alligator out of the wading pool and took his picture. This is with the Nikon D50camera and set on "A" using a Tarmon 28-200 XR (IF) ZOOM lens. I think Chomper turned out pretty well. No PP just cropping for 4X6 and resized in Photoshop for web.



How come if you hit "resize" (right button click on a picture) and let MS resize the picture the exif information is still there, but not if you resize for the web using Adobe Photoshop CS2?

Anyway, I belived this is a very good lens for what it can do.


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Old May 5, 2006, 1:55 PM   #2
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love it

hes a beauty



i have the same combo

d50

and i got the lens at beach for only 149$
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Old May 6, 2006, 8:57 PM   #3
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Here is one of him taken today with the Fuji S9000 camera. Except for the top of his head being dry, it has a lot to say for the Fuji camera!! Both take exceptional photographs.




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Indeed, the Fujis and their SuperCCD technology puts other point&shoot digicams to shame.

style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"Nice shots, Winemaker!

style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"p.s. I sorta like the D50/Tamron shot better...
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I like the D50 / Tamron shot better to for the time being. This shot with the Fuji was taken when he was kind of dry in his indoor tank. The one with the Nikon is after I got him out of the wading pool and he was all wet and shiny, and he/she really looks better.



Took some shots of our chickens. Nikon D50 with sRGB color profile, then same scene just a few minutes later with Adobe sRGB. Then I took a picture of the same scene with the Fuji. Printed them to 4x6 best ones and you really can't give one greater scores above the other. The 9megapixel has a lot of information in ti's pictures and they can be setup within the camera for different user configs like sharpness, saturation, contrast, etc.


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