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Old Oct 27, 2004, 3:27 PM   #21
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Thank you! The fall colors are gorgeous.
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Old Oct 27, 2004, 3:44 PM   #22
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Bird Lady The colours of the leaves on the tress on the lake pic are just amazing. I've never see that here in the UK, only in Portland,Oregon. Harj
Thank you Harj. Autumn is truly one of the most beautiful times here, I just wish it lasted longer but it goes so quickly. The sunshine really brings out the brilliance in theleavesand the blue skies makea nice contrast. I drink it all in while I can because our winters are long and dreary. My landscape shots all look like they are done in black and white or sepia for half the year.
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Old Oct 28, 2004, 4:20 AM   #23
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Hi :-)

Iuse Canon TL55 v small, light... zoom.. exc lens..from amazon. com (WD55 w/angle also.. )
best quality by far is the pana LTZ10 but v exp... these links are where i took my info from before i bought that TL55. the tcon14b is v good all rounder and it stacks with the TL55 you will see examples just below..

goodexamples here see the chart.... heavylens = damn awkward..

http://www.pbase.com/10kzoomfz/fz10_...nd_information

great info here more lens etc

http://www.cs.mtu.edu/~shene/DigiCam...-10/index.html

i have a minollta too vvv heavy..i can hand hold the CanonTL55not this tho.. but i use a monopod normally (has single leg)

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you will find full info here + w/a macro, fisheye etc.. d/l my zip only a text file.. gives you the linksabove + few more.. :-)

http://www.dcresource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1314

some Raynox lens need specil yoshida adaptors or thin step rings for w/a so steer clear of them IMHO..

best macro close up.. nikon T6 also T5 they stack

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Old Oct 28, 2004, 12:17 PM   #24
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Thanks Jayde! I may be getting one for Christmas but I need to find out which one will work the best for me. Do you find the monopod easier to work with than the tripods?
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Old Oct 28, 2004, 1:32 PM   #25
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Theres nothing like aTripod,i only have a light Slik t/pod, was v cheap 15 quid.. pros carry sturdier ones get a camera reviews mag for best for cheapest., somtimes i find a monopod ok, gives you eye level view BUT is still prone to swing about, when using longer lens, this you know about, its a pea in a barrel to get somthin framed never mind focus it.. so then add a lens Whooa.. antishake works good tho.. thnx pana.. always take 3 or 4 though.. its not wasting film.. i wanted lightweight for my bike.. and less bulk but the slik is np really in a backpack.. its jus 3 legs to fiddle with Turn it upside down in the bag then slide out qik like with filters test what u need to change/do and have filter + f/covers ready or ooops 5 P`s rule = planning prevents oops poor performance.. ha ha ha, usin a LIGHT t/pod needs a wrist strap not a neck strap... pick it all up or strangle yaself.. :shock: (op tech gotcha works fer me.. )

i had a basictable top tripod by velbon it was heavier than the slik (does same job)so it went back.. if you have a carboot use hubby and a good tripod.. get qik release if poss.. then post a few..plzhey have fun.. Bird Lady of Hudson:-)

get hubby to buy the LTZ10 iyts aWHOOOZIE FLOOZIE ! tack sharp

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There is a very detailed thread on lens cleaning here:
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 1:29 AM   #27
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Beautifull photo Ladie!

Hope yoy like this greens&browns from my country (Argentina), Im new in Photog. i Started with FZ20, and Im a little crazie by now, can´t stop taking pics!!! this is normal at begining??

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Beautifull photo Ladie!

Hope yoy like this greens&browns from my country (Argentina), Im new in Photog. i Started with FZ20, and Im a little crazie by now, can´t stop taking pics!!! this is normal at begining??

Bie!!

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Old Oct 29, 2004, 1:37 AM   #29
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This is a reflection of trees and a subacuaticpeacefullstone (...shshsh sleeping:sleep
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Old Oct 29, 2004, 8:00 PM   #30
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I bought a lens pen and I LOVE it, takes off the dust with the brush and the rest of the crud with that cool carbon cleaner ...

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