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Old Dec 17, 2009, 2:40 PM   #1
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I'm starting to get fairly familiar with what this 620 will do. At a friend's suggestion, I stopped down the aperture and popped up the ISO a little since I had some brighter light to work with today.





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Old Dec 17, 2009, 2:54 PM   #2
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Gary - great shots. First one is fantastic. Really great feather detail and sharpness.
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The first shot is really great. excellent colors and detail rendition.
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The first shot is really great. excellent colors and detail rendition.
Thanks very much, guys. I'm likin' this 620 a LOT.
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Well, that approach is working well, Gary-

The first photo is amazingly sharp and detailed. Nice work.

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Did I just become your friend or did someone else give the same advice as me? LOL..... either way it's worked really well and that first shot is really great, it just pops
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Well, that approach is working well, Gary-

The first photo is amazingly sharp and detailed. Nice work.

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Did I just become your friend or did someone else give the same advice as me? LOL..... either way it's worked really well and that first shot is really great, it just pops
Actually, eharrim was the advisor in this case, Mark. But, you can be my friend if you wanna.

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and there was me thinking you were talking about this thread http://forums.steves-digicams.com/ol...you-think.html but I'm not bitter.... I will still sleep OK tonight LOL.
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