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Old May 7, 2006, 10:53 PM   #1
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Aperture f/5.6
Camera make Panasonic
Camera model DC-FZ7
Date/Time 2006
Exposure program (auto)
Exposure time 8.000 s
Flash used No
Focal length 6.0mm
ISO equiv. 80
Jpeg process Baseline
Jpeg Quality fine
Metering Mode matrix




And Jupiter



Aperture f/3.2
Camera make Panasonic
Camera model DMC-FZ7
Date/Time 2006
Exposure program (auto)
Exposure time 8.000 s
Flash used No
Focal length 10.1mm
ISO equiv. 80
Jpeg process Baseline
Jpeg Quality fine
Metering Mode matrix



And the Planetarium Machine that displayed these on the ceiling so I could take them.

Hey! It was with the FZ7 in Pitch Black Darkness and using Night mode! What did you think? :blah::lol::?:blah:
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Old May 8, 2006, 7:31 PM   #2
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Tim- You sneaky dog, you... If only!
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Old May 9, 2006, 12:50 AM   #3
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Tim, you're good :-)
At first I thought, wow, FZ7 so powerful, can take Mars and Jupiter, you must have maybe 4000mm lens or something :O
Are you using tripod for those shots?
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Iput the FZ7 on the arm of the chair nice and flat and sturdy. I have others but the guy doing the demonstration was green arrow happy, pointing to everything right after I fired off the 8 sec delay.


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