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Old Aug 28, 2009, 1:26 PM   #21
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See the little white spots across the inlet?



This is what they look like at 26x


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heh That's what I said!
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... just before a thunderstorm so they're a little dark. ISO400, 1/320th.



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Default Olympus SP-590 versus the Olympus E-620 DSLR

Wow! Gary-

Those are really excellent SP-590 examples. Here is another interesting comparison as well. The Olympus E-620 that my husband ordered arrived this morning as my birthday present. I could not resist doing a side by side comparison. You tell me how much difference there is between these two cameras.

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Wow! Gary-

Those are really excellent SP-590 examples. Here is another interesting comparison as well. The Olympus E-620 that my husband ordered arrived this morning as my birthday present. I could not resist doing a side by side comparison. You tell me how much difference there is between these two cameras.

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uh... Without some SEVERE pixel-peeping, Sarah, I don't see any (or so VERY little). I've got my E410 & all the "stuff" that goes with it up on Craigslist. I learned my lesson. I'm not a "pro", I don't even want to BE one. Not if I have to get a hernia lugging all that "stuff" around.
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Wow! Gary-

Those are really excellent SP-590 examples. Here is another interesting comparison as well. The Olympus E-620 that my husband ordered arrived this morning as my birthday present. I could not resist doing a side by side comparison. You tell me how much difference there is between these two cameras.

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uh... Without some SEVERE pixel-peeping, Sarah, I don't see any (or so VERY little). I've got my E410 & all the "stuff" that goes with it up on Craigslist. I learned my lesson. I'm not a "pro", I don't even want to BE one. Not if I have to get a hernia lugging all that "stuff" around. I'm MORE than happy with the SP590. As stated before, it's not perfect but NO camera is.
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Default 100% Crop of the Above Posted Photo

Thanks for your comments, Gary-

In the small size that I posted side by side, there is not much difference. However, when I do pixel peep, the E-620 camera took the better image, as this 100% crop shows. Thanks also for the beautiful rose photos. They look really good.

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Thanks for your comments, Gary-

In the small size that I posted side by side, there is not much difference. However, when I do pixel peep, the E-620 camera took the better image, as this 100% crop shows. Thanks also for the beautiful rose photos. They look really good.

Have a great day.

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Welp... I usually shoot for my personal enjoyment and share with others that are excellent shutterbugs but, like me, enthusiastic hobbyists. Not pros. Not really pixel-peepers. Matter o' fact, I run a private forum and discourage it. It's for FUN, not stressing how much/little CA or digital noise is in the photo. It's good to know the E620 can produce that sort of clarity, for sure. My E410 does a fine job. I just can't justify all the "stuff" and junk it entails. And, I sure don't enjoy lugging it around. I did two shoots - one at the zoo and the other at an arboretum. I used the E-410 and my wife used the Nikon P-90. Guess who was less drained at the end of the day? Guess who's photos folks ooo and aah at? And, that was my wife's FIRST time behind a digicam... EVER. I just showed the operation, gave her some composition tips, and turned her loose. While you can do that with a DSLR, it's a WHOLE lot easier with a prosumer.
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