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Old Dec 16, 2011, 6:26 PM   #1
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This K5 really is a great camera. So far I've only thrown out duplicates, and a couple others that were not good enough.
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Old Dec 17, 2011, 3:51 PM   #2
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Very nice Tony

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Wonderful and diverse photos in both your Italy threads! So glad that the new camera is working so well for you, that your trip was so successful, and that you are kind enough to share these lovely images!
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These are great Tony, as are your other two threads that I have not commented on. I remember you had a lot of anxiety over many questions before the trip. I'm glad everything worked out well for you.
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Thank you all very much. Italy was just wonderful! Great food! I had a blast shooting something other than Florida wildlife. The K5 did a great job. Totally changed the way I shoot. All of the indoor shots were hand held. The carrousel was also hand held. The only time I used the tripod was for the Outdoor night shots.
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I was checking the data of some of your shots, did you do any noise processing on the indoor shots?. All of your low light shots look great. I hope to be chasing some of your Florida wild life soon.

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I was checking the data of some of your shots, did you do any noise processing on the indoor shots?. All of your low light shots look great. I hope to be chasing some of your Florida wild life soon.

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HI Hans. No, I did not use noise reduction on any of the indoor shots. The noise gracefully blends in with the grit of the buildings I think. I will soon post some shots taken between 6400-10000 that were also not processed.
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There are some excellent shots in here but my favourite by far is #2 because there is just so much going on in that landscape. Good stuff Tony.

TIP. Number your shots when posting as you will then get more feedback on individual shots. Trufax !
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Tony, great shots in all your Italy trip threads. With all your trepidation before the trip it looks like the K-5 did its job well in your capable hands.

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Tony, great shots in all your Italy trip threads. With all your trepidation before the trip it looks like the K-5 did its job well in your capable hands.

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Thanks Lou. The trip went very well. I'm still going over my near 2000 photo's. I will post more shortly.
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