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Old Mar 2, 2011, 3:26 PM   #21
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Rafal,

fantastic!!

Absolutely unbelievable.
You demonstrated, that the FZ40/45 is really a good cam.
Thanks a lot for your great shots.

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Old Mar 4, 2011, 7:45 AM   #22
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i tried two attempts
the second one was using the sun as the light source
i think its really good
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Old Mar 4, 2011, 10:34 AM   #23
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Very nice shots. The sun as a light source worked better then I would have thought (thats why I used a very bright light). What settings did you use?
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Very nice shots. The sun as a light source worked better then I would have thought (thats why I used a very bright light). What settings did you use?
manual focus
iso set to 100
shutter to 1/15
f number 2.8

i was aiming at a very narrow focal length to get the background out of focus as soon as its possible so i set the f number at 2.8
actually i think in all of my photos i use a very short focal length for the same reason
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Two new eye shots with my FZ40/45 and the LC55.

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Old Mar 8, 2011, 3:59 AM   #26
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Nice Stevan, although they seem to be a bit, unclear (?)

Dont know how that could be solved as I have totally no experience with the LC55
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Nice Stevan, although they seem to be a bit, unclear (?)

Dont know how that could be solved as I have totally no experience with the LC55
Rafal,

thanks a lot.

I believe, that the pix are unclear because I used the close up scenery mode (the flower symbol) of the FZ40/45 (this caused high ISO value and maybe some digital magnification). Next time I have to try shutter priority to avoid the influence of camara shaking. A second reason could be the cropping of the pix.

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Very impressive Shots... here is my first try in macro mode, handheld, my own eye in the bathroom...
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Stefan,

very good results for your first try.
Keep on trying and posting.

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Always eager to try new things i tried to take a show of my eye after stefan reminded me of this thread and these are my results. All with Fz38

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exposure is 1. 1/25 2. 1/13 3. 1/20 and all iso 125 and f/2.8

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