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Old Jan 14, 2014, 10:38 AM   #1
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Old Jan 14, 2014, 6:15 PM   #2
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A beautifully captured moment, Raghu, and will never be seen like that again !
How are you getting on with the FZ200 ?
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Thank you John. Glad you like it (the moment) as much as I do. I spend a lot of time watching the sunrise/sunset as well as the moon that my wife complains I have lost my mind.

FZ200 is amazing. The shot above is one example. I have several more sunrise shots, all looking the same at the initial glance. I will post one or a couple of them later. I am able to get lots more keepers and SOOC (straight out of the camera, used unprocessed) shots than I could get with FZ28. That itself is satisfying. I need to learn more to use its potential.
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Thank you John. Glad you like it (the moment) as much as I do. I spend a lot of time watching the sunrise/sunset as well as the moon that my wife complains I have lost my mind.

FZ200 is amazing. The shot above is one example. I have several more sunrise shots, all looking the same at the initial glance. I will post one or a couple of them later. I am able to get lots more keepers and SOOC (straight out of the camera, used unprocessed) shots than I could get with FZ28. That itself is satisfying. I need to learn more to use its potential.
My wife can't understand why I am so nutty (or should it be cloud cuckoo?) about clouds ! I love sunsets too.

I am glad that you are so satisfied with the FZ200.
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Beautiful Raghu and original!
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