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Old Mar 29, 2010, 12:22 PM   #1
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Default FZ35 High Sensitivity Mode for Aquarium Shots

THought I would p[ost a few for High Sensitivity Mode (Under "Scene" setting) to give an idea what is possible without flash in a dark room but with lit subjects?...I wished I had shot in AV mode also to see the different results possible...

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I always wondered what setting SX20 was using to get the aquarium mode. Does anybody know.

LTZ470, I like the shots, they are pleasantly colorful, but does it looks a little soft???
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Yes that is the distortion from the Aquarium Glass itself I had the camera tilted/angled to the glass and that distorted the shots so make sure you shoot them straight onto the glass if possible, also it depends on how many kids have stuck their noses to the aquarium glass...lol...they are just for an idea of how to shoot through the glass I was hoping someone else would give us some insight to how to do it with another setting...

High Sensitivity is a 3Mp setting so they are little lower in IQ also...which doesn't help...
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True.... the IQ is a little lesser.... but when inside home and @ night, this mode is always on...... I use the pics for viewing in my laptop... no printing....
so the 'High Sensitive' mode really works for me.. with a little bit of PP.....
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