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Old Aug 21, 2004, 1:20 PM   #1
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I bought a C-765 few days ago. I put some pics on http://www.pbase.com/jan71/c765pics, go check them out.Unfortunately I had to compress pics because pbase only allow 10 Mb of pics. Original ones are a bit better. If you have any tips and suggestions, please tell me about it. :-)
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Old Aug 22, 2004, 3:54 PM   #2
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Jan, I really like the night shot of the bridge, everything has exposed really evenly. did you use SHQ ?

have you printed anything using SQ1 in High (low compression) - if so, how does the print compare to HQ prints ?




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Old Aug 23, 2004, 11:20 AM   #3
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style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #000000"Yes, I used SHQ. All shots were handheld, but I made a mistake and forgot AUTO-setting on in nightshootin (lol). So bridge pic was done with auto .. it also put ISO380settingin night pics because of AUTOso noise level is high. You can see that exposure time was far too short (0,5 sec ?). I haven't printed any pictures yet, so cant tell the difference between SHQ and HQ. Ineed a better printer, additional battery and tripod. Im pleased with this camera, haven't missed my old A70 lately. Was about to get Z3, but wasnt available here yet.

Have you seen Canon G6 nightshot test in dcresource.com (or was it dpreview.com). Compare it to 765/770 test nightshot , what do you think? I think Olympus pic is sharper than G6's is..
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