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Old Oct 10, 2006, 7:57 AM   #1
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I just got my new k100D last week with the 16-45 len. It is my first DSLR. It's a excellent camera. I am able to get great outdoor picutres whereas my indoor pictures are not so good. It seems the white balance is doing the job well. Another drawback is that the LCD is not bright enough. I am unable to tell the pic quality at outdoor. But anyway it's a very good camera. I am planning to get the 50-200 len later on.
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Old Oct 10, 2006, 8:06 AM   #2
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Old Oct 10, 2006, 8:15 AM   #4
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Beautiful shots! I love my new K100D too. Have you adjusted the brightness on the LCD screen? It will get pretty darned bright compared to most, but all LCDs are hard to read in bright sunlight. Keep shooting!
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Beautiful image of the American Falls (?). Were you using a polarizing filter on your lens (the sky has a good intensity of color). BTW, the 50-200mm lens is a good buy--had mine for about 6 months now. J
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Love the pictures, can't decide if 1 or 3 is my favorite (love the colors of 3).

One trick I've also used is to turn on the option to flash overexposed spots as black - helps with seeing that I didn't blow out highlights. Sometimes I can see that where I can't always tell other things on the LCD screen.
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Nice pictures and welcome!

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Welcome to forums, Ivan! Great shots! Just curious about your problems with indoor ...any worth posting yet or is the problem solved???

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Great shots ivan15. I really like the Falls shot. I was just there in July. I also just got a K100D, with the 18-55mm kit lens and recently got the 50-200mm lens. Haven't been able to do much with as the weather is not cooperating.
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