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Old Mar 16, 2011, 10:11 AM   #1
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Default newbie first attempt moonshot handheld and few more

hi got to play with my friends camera as he bought a FZ-40 due to my recommendation.. and to my surprise.. its an amazing low light performer.

tried few slow shutter shots and few moon shots.. most of them handheld..

moon shots at 100% crop..
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Old Mar 16, 2011, 10:12 AM   #2
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another one i took today.. someone jumped in between.. creating a paranormal effect...lolz
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most of em are handheld.. so please bear.. slow shutter shot last 2 were taken keeping the cam on my bike.. and top of car..

just out of camera and no editing done... size of the pics reduced to upload.. as orginal pics were huge..

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Old Mar 16, 2011, 10:31 AM   #4
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I think your moonshot is pretty amazing. The last time I tried moonshots it was a miserable failure.

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Old Mar 16, 2011, 10:33 AM   #5
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thanks DigMe. i will try to arrange a tripod soon.. see what we can get..
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well cool, love the last para-normal shot, brill.
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Looks like you're having fun with the cam - keep it up
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I was surprised to find that the FZ40 was quite good in low light too.

Very nice moon shots!
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thank you guys... i will try updating more as and when i get to play with it. i am waiting for my HS-20.. in april.. also waiting for the 19th moon will be closest and biggest.. and full moon.. looking to take some good ones...

adding another slow shutter image.
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thanks guys.. i will try to learn as much as possible as i am just a newbie with a free an open mind. i will post more pics soon and please do help me with what more can be done to make it better.. thanks again...
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