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Old Dec 2, 2006, 8:58 PM   #1
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Here are some more photos from the K10D while I continue to learn the camera! Used the Tamron 28-300 lens. These were all hand held, with no noise reduction, primarily just cropping! As always C&C welcome! Jim
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No learning curve with you and the new camera. These are great.

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Thanks Roger! I think I'm starting to get the hang of it! It's a fun camera! Have you got yours yet? Jim
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Very nice, some very good closeups there. I like the first flower (second shot) the best, nice color there. I noticed that, except for the old wagon, the EXIF reports focal length for all of the other shots is 250mm. If that is accurate, are you intentionally sticking to 250mm or was it just coincidence? What are your thoughts on the lens at 300?

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Thanks for the comments Tim. Regarding the lens being on 250mm, I set it that way just to see if there was any difference in the picture quality from 300mm. So far I'm very satisfied with the Tamron 28-300mm lens. I didn't see much difference in the IQ between 250 and 300! I've found that I can use it for all my shots without having to change lens. I haven't really given it a good test on indoor photos yet. Jim
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