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Old Sep 17, 2012, 2:18 AM   #1
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Default Baseball players - Dodgers Stadium (FZ150)

I was up in the third level above first base, so these are at near full zoom. All shot with either ISO 400 or 800 in P mode.


Chris Capuano




Adrian Gonzalez




Dodgers Dug-out




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Louis Cruz




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Old Sep 17, 2012, 9:39 AM   #2
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Wow! That 150 in your hands is awesome !
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Thanks Carol, I was impressed with these, considering I was few hundred feet away!
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Awesome photos - I especially like the first one! After seeing them I think I might sell my FZ150 on eBay!
Just out of curiosity - what sort of speed would they have been taken at?
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Those look great Saly, nice job.

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Thanks Micawber and Jim.

Micawber - I just checked my EXIF and they range from 1/100 to 1/250. I shot in P mode and set the ISO to either 400 to 800. In retrospect, I should have done M mode and set the shutter faster to freeze the action better.
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Saly - thanks for the info- I'm even more impressed! Have definitely got to find out how to turn that control from iA to another setting!
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Saly - thanks for the info- I'm even more impressed! Have definitely got to find out how to turn that control from iA to another setting!
Yes, I recommend moving away from iA as soon as possible, it's not good I'm in P mode 90% of the time because it is the quickest and "surest" way of getting decent images. If I have a tolerant subject that doesn't instantly fly away, then I start to play with A or M mode and adjust the f-stop.
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