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Old May 16, 2005, 9:20 AM   #1
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Well I got the camera and Saturday was a beautiful day so I went to the zoo to try it out. The pictures have only been varied in brightness and contract through Photoshop. All handheld with no extra lens or adapters. (Oh yea, they are resized to 800x600 for upload) Please comment and enjoy.

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#6 - am I boring you yet?
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#7 - this was zoomed in at x48. Lots of noise though....
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last one is my favorite. good job. some of the pics you can notice that there was a glass in between and a polarizer would have been useful:arrow:
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Thanks and that is one of the things next on my list to get.

What would be best, a circular or a linear polarizer?

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