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Old Mar 6, 2011, 2:47 PM   #1
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just a few more pics no pp out the cam last picture is of the park i took pics not big but give me lots of photo shots need the bear trees some colour roll on spring/summer
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1 birds look 3d

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Old Mar 6, 2011, 2:59 PM   #2
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Very impressive.

That first one just made me stop and look for a few minutes, so many things to see. What shutter speed did you use on that one?

To bad the dog is out of focus. Did you use spot focus, that usually helps me.

But again, very nice series.
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Old Mar 6, 2011, 3:42 PM   #3
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Rafal is right on target with his analysis-

Center Point, Spot Focus usually takes care of errant sharpness. However, all in all, this is a very nice series. I like it.

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thx raf and sarah will try the spot focus next time, is it called in settings 1 area focus and not the spot metering thingy
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That first shot of the pigeons in the park is super - what settings did you use?
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Old Mar 6, 2011, 4:52 PM   #6
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AF Mode - Face Detection, Tracking, 11-Area, 1-Area High Speed, 1 Area, Spot
After searching in Reviews here...found the camera(least the z35) by the time I read through the specs I forgot what I was looking for...sheesh too much info...
That camera would give me a headache just reading all the menus and subs.
Good series, love that last two.
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Old Mar 6, 2011, 5:12 PM   #7
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That first shot of the pigeons in the park is super - what settings did you use?
hello dyane for all my settings just click on photo it will go to flicker click actions then Exif data it gives every setting
still getting used to camera havent sorted out happy setting as such
thanks for comments everyone
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#1 is fantastic with all those birds in focus, frozen in mid-air. It almost looks 3D. Then 3 and 7 are wonderful.
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