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Old Dec 22, 2006, 9:33 PM   #1
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Old Dec 22, 2006, 9:39 PM   #2
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Old Dec 23, 2006, 12:41 AM   #3
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Great shots Rodney.Especially the 2nd one.

Do you have a green mode on the K100D and a high speed programme on custom?

I thought I might try this combination for out and about bird shots.

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Old Dec 23, 2006, 1:04 AM   #4
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Ian Mc wrote:
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Great shots Rodney.Especially the 2nd one.

Do you have a green mode on the K100D and a high speed programme on custom?

I thought I might try this combination for out and about bird shots.

Cheers:Ian Mc.
I am embarrassed to say I just picked up the camera quickly and started taking shots when I saw the crow without changing any modes, it was still in 'Portrait' from earlier.
Info in PS E shows Portrait Mode , f/5.6 , ISO 200 and Focal Length 210 mm
I am lucky they turned out. It just goes to show what a good camera the K100D is and that it lets a amateur like me take fair photos.

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I am impressed - I only seem to get a blur with black coloured birds, magpies, crows etc. so to see individual feathers looks great.

By the way, shooting a bird in portrait mode probably isn't as daft as it sounds.



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Two great shots, love the second one, but the first is just funny - Ronny
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Old Dec 23, 2006, 8:43 AM   #7
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second one is excellent idd!
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