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10 Too bad they were not shot with a better camera, which tells me this was indeed more than 6 years ago. (My how time does fly...)
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Hi all,

Thank you Corpsy and Kenneth for your great photos. Corpsy, I'm impressed with your steadyness. I too have an FZ30 and I'm learning how to steady it better (even with OIS I tend to jar the camera just a little bit. But I'm getting better. I'm so glad for the OIS and would not buy a camera without it. In fact I recently replaced an Easy share Kodak that I lovewhich had10x optical zoom with OIS. When I got the next model (since the previous one was no longer available) It had everything but the OIS. I should have read the specs more closely I guess. I took it right back and happily ended up with the fabulous FZ30.

And Corpsy, thank you for sharing your photos and tips on steadying. I like your museum shots. Very nice. Your lucky like Kenneth to get pics in the museum. Good job. :-)

Kenneth your Egypt pictures remind me of the King Tut Exibit I had the rare opportunity to see just this April. We were not allowed to take pictures at all and were closely monitored. :sad: I would have loved to have gotten some of the pictures you were able to get. Lucky duck! Thanks for sharing you two.

Happy photo taking, Teree :bye:
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these are very intersting shots..

well done...:bye:
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