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Forum: Newbie Help Jan 10, 2005, 10:15 PM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
thanks mattman .. it's nice to see that the G6...

thanks mattman .. it's nice to see that the G6 can take pics without that extra flash that can cause folks to blink their eyes before the pic is taken. I think that the preflash thing on that auto...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 10, 2005, 7:55 PM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
MattMan1974 wrote: I think that the preflash...

MattMan1974 wrote:

I think that the preflash doesn't go off in manual 'M' mode too right?
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 10, 2005, 10:13 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
Thanks for the additional advice JimC! In the...

Thanks for the additional advice JimC! In the past, I was afraid to do low light shots using a hand-held method, but this extra knowledge removes a lot of that fear.
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 10, 2005, 8:35 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
I used the flash at the highest flash output...

I used the flash at the highest flash output level and then used JimC's advice for ISO 100 and slow shutter speed...

So with absolutely no lights turned on in my apartment in the dark and using...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 8, 2005, 11:58 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
Mia...I forgot to mention that the output from...

Mia...I forgot to mention that the output from the flash that I used for the jumping photo was only a third of what the G6 can put out. It was possible to set the camera to three times more power. So...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 8, 2005, 11:08 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
That's definitely a good photo with those...

That's definitely a good photo with those settings Jim. It's really neat how a good combination of settings like that can produce such a good picture. It's interesting too, because having all those...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 8, 2005, 10:38 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
hey cool. Thanks for that kind explanation and...

hey cool. Thanks for that kind explanation and advice Jim. I hadn't done too many action shot type photos in the dark before, so your advice will be extremely helpful..not just for fast movement...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 8, 2005, 10:03 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
JimC wrote: yah...true..but wouldn't you...

JimC wrote:


yah...true..but wouldn't you get some movement effects from the jumping at 1/8th second from any ambient low light? I'll have to check this out for myself...maybe the ISO 50 isn't...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 7, 2005, 8:43 PM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
You're welcome Mia. Anyhow...G6 can take good...

You're welcome Mia. Anyhow...G6 can take good pics that's for sure. But the only thing you have to look out for in this camera (G6) is red-eyes in your people subjects in night time photos. The G6 in...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 7, 2005, 3:28 AM
Replies: 36
Views: 5,300
Posted By Kenny_Leong
1/125, F/8, ISO 50, flash ON, manual mode ......

1/125, F/8, ISO 50, flash ON, manual mode ... these settings are just for comparison purposes only. But trust me..it was indeed LOW light.

And that 'noose' thing hanging on the wall. That's no...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 7, 2005, 2:49 AM
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Views: 5,300
Posted By Kenny_Leong
With kids moving around quickly, the only factor...

With kids moving around quickly, the only factor is range I guess, and also maybe whether you put the camera in auto mode, or manual mode. Now, if you have the subject(s) within the range of the...
Forum: Newbie Help Jan 6, 2005, 1:18 AM
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Posted By Kenny_Leong
ecm wrote: I don't recall my g6 having...

ecm wrote:


I don't recall my g6 having trouble in low light. It's got a focus assist lamp and quite a powerful little flash. I took hand held shots indoors in low light...no problems at all. I...
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