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Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 22, 2004, 2:38 PM
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Yeah, I caught that part. What I mean is yours...

Yeah, I caught that part. What I mean is yours only goes to f8. Also a lot of cameras use 1/3,1/2, and 2/3 stops.What you could do though is to use ND filters to compensate. There's not much else I...
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 21, 2004, 3:37 AM
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No, there's no need to use different settings, or...

No, there's no need to use different settings, or I should say MOST of the time. Let me put it as simple terms as I can, though I'm not talking down, just giving an analogy. Say you are near sighted,...
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 20, 2004, 2:22 PM
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I caught that and the difference he asked about...

I caught that and the difference he asked about ...after I laid down for some sleep. Sorry guys, I was tired as all get out and had taken a sleep aid. heh, I wasn't about to get back up and re-type...
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 20, 2004, 7:13 AM
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Sorry, hadn't checked on all of the specks on...

Sorry, hadn't checked on all of the specks on your camera. O.k Then, I'll think of it like a DC-T50. If you have an ev compensation, you can use f8 and some ev compensation (dependant on how your...
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 19, 2004, 5:26 PM
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I tried this once, lemme try again since I goofed...

I tried this once, lemme try again since I goofed the file size.
This is an example of that method, though I used a slightly faster shutter speed. Caught this guy as he wizzed past my house. I know,...
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 19, 2004, 4:12 PM
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Oops! Forgot to mention, use an ISO a bit higher...

Oops! Forgot to mention, use an ISO a bit higher than the ISO 50 you said was used. More along the lines of 100 or 200, preferably 200.
Forum: Tips & Tricks Oct 19, 2004, 4:06 PM
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Since the Minolta Z1 is capable of full manual,...

Since the Minolta Z1 is capable of full manual, that's what I'd recommend. A decent aperture begins at 11 in bright to moderate sunlight, but there's the "sunny 16" rule that a lot of people follow....
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