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Old Aug 26, 2010, 9:14 AM   #21
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I'm sorry, but what do you exactly mean?

Do you mean, how long I already own the lens, or something else? If you mean that, which I guess, it's a few weeks. (Bought it 2nd-hand).

Your reply makes it sound like there's something wrong, which I hope is not the case
Oh no. I just noticed they are more expensive new than the Olympus, but if you got a good deal 2nd hand then well done!

I can't see the EXIF on your photos, if you can provide the camera settings and photo EXIF it will be much easier to assist. They are good photos, but could be a little sharper, IMHO.

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Old Aug 26, 2010, 10:06 AM   #22
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Oh thank you for your reply, I was getting worried already!

Please inform me about the Olympus, I'm curious .

For the first, I used F5 (or F5.6), shutterspeed 1/250, and the other F3.7, Shutterspeed 1/20. I adjusted the lighting a bit using the Kelvin adjustment, but I always "try" something and check the result when doing that

As for the first F-stop, I'm not sure as I took 1 or 2 more
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here's my moon shot with FZ35.

manual mode, ISO 80, f4.4, 1/80sec, AWB
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What do you think of them?
I like them, except for the colour fringing on the first one. Presumably
this is CA introduced by the add-on lens. It disappears if you convert
the picture to B&W.
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here's my moon shot with FZ35.

manual mode, ISO 80, f4.4, 1/80sec, AWB
What about focus? Manual, spot? Tripod? Auto stabilization?
Your photo is pin sharp...
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Old Aug 26, 2010, 5:27 PM   #26
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Argh, got to give it another go, but I won't stop until I got a sharp one

Yet I'd love to hear about the Olympus thing that got mentioned
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After trying for a long time, with different settings with my fz38, this was the best moon I could get... Not sutisfied...
I shot though, a good Parthenon, that was standing on the other side!
Any advice about the moon?
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Old Aug 28, 2010, 8:09 AM   #28
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took this,this morning around 5am. im quite happy. will keep practising though. used AF though, should of probably used MF

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This was my first moon shot using fz38...Handheld(w/o using tripod)

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What about focus? Manual, spot? Tripod? Auto stabilization?
Your photo is pin sharp...
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it was auto focus. no tripod, but the cam was not handheld, it was resting in a tilting position on a wall. O.I.S off.
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