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Old Aug 1, 2010, 12:05 PM   #61
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Old Aug 1, 2010, 12:07 PM   #62
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Old Aug 1, 2010, 12:29 PM   #63
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You are coming along quite nicely with the FZ-35/38, No-Ice-

Well done.

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Nice shots, and I thought the CP filter was mainly used for areas like the sky.
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i like this,mainly because the little thing was spinning at quite a rate yet my fz38 still caught it

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In the Program or I-A mode the camera set the shutter speed bases on the amount of light available in the photo environment.

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Hi No-Ice, went to your flicker site and looked at your photos. I like the sleeping tiger one even though it looks as if you took it through glass. You have some nice shots there. what's the zoo like these days - haven't been in years.
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Hi No-Ice, went to your flicker site and looked at your photos. I like the sleeping tiger one even though it looks as if you took it through glass. You have some nice shots there. what's the zoo like these days - haven't been in years.
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Hi Eysha, The tiger was behind very thick very dirty glass,so im quite happy with it
the zoo was great very busy with people, though many of the animals were hiding and sleeping. We did hear the lions roar though which was really impressive
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haven't been in years but pleased you enjoyed it. still like the sleeping tiger. E.
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