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Old Apr 29, 2006, 3:16 AM   #11
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WOW, the squirel? (unsure how to spell)

is that from fz7

what zoom range

did you use a tripod

is anyone capable of taking a shot like that, with this camera?,or are you a very good photographer, as i only tend to use auto and scene modes

in the settings i have said, would noize be a problem for me or not as i only ever use auto improve or crop images, anything that requires more i delete as a bad picture

current camera olympus 4m.p. 765uz 10x zoom no i.s., iusing the settings i usein your view is it worth while upgrading to this camera, main list of improvements are

extra 2mp

i.s.

extra 2x zoom
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Old Apr 29, 2006, 9:32 AM   #12
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both of those shots were with the fz7. I didn't even set up the shot...i used P mode, but that's realy just auto mode. I think it was at or about 8x zoom, and I just cropped and resized it. This camera takes amazing pictures with ease...I'm no photographer!!!

Indoor shots can be noisy, but I only usually print 4x6 shots of what I take indoors, and it hasn't been a problem. I do have another camera for indoor shots that I take in a church setting, and sometimes people have asked me to take pictures for them at weddings, family events, etc. I only use the other camera for that because they may want to product images larger than the 4x6 size.

but I'm finding for most of my needs, the fz7 is PERFECT!
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Old Apr 29, 2006, 12:26 PM   #13
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thank you mare,for your help, alan
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