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Old Sep 11, 2005, 5:16 PM   #11
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This image i tookim my home theatre room. I only have the room light turned on which is a 50w light and the room is pitch black without it. The room is still very lo light evenwith the light turned on. I used No flash. But tripod though


i dont see a problem with the detail. keep im mind i had to reduce the quality with ps to keep under he 250k cap. i did this realquick in M mode. This room is very low light with Tungsten white balance activated


There is no editing of white balances or brightness done in ps. this is orig file will reduced quliaty and res

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Old Sep 11, 2005, 5:43 PM   #12
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#4 Compare the Images at dcresource, and imaging-resource Mickey is so Blurry detailes are gone, cheaper Canon A510 takes way better pictures that alone shouts be enough to warn you if your smart stay away from the W5.

Images not sharp???????????? huh?????????
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Old Sep 11, 2005, 5:49 PM   #13
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#7. No sports mode fast moving objects from Little old ladies to puppies playing will be a blurr unless in M mode and shutter speeds are manulay set to 1/400 or higher

what are you talkin about?

I think everyone knows how fast a bee moves, and its wings ofcourse. Now this image is a little outa focus as i was macro on flower but look at bees wings. No motion blur at all, and the body of the bee, nothing either. Im sure this bee and its wings move a lil faster than grandma. And no i dont have my shutter on 1/400, its 1/250. Anyways what do you expect if ur shutter is slow.

DID you read user manual??
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Old Sep 12, 2005, 4:08 AM   #14
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I agree with your comments kenmck15. The W1/W5/W7 seem to have their fair share of doubters.

Beats me why. Like you I take more notice of the likes of Steve and the other professional reviewers. I've never read a bad review of the W series, so thats what I take any notice of, an objective professional review.

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I told you so.........! All cameras seem to take great outdoor pictures. Indoors the W5 is plain old junk! I kept mine less than 2 weeks. It took some great shots outside in direct sunlight on a rare cloudless day here, but indoors and outside on a regular overcast day it sucked. Not to mention EVERY flash shot of a person had red eye!
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no flash, no tripod, indoors, house light turned on, only a 50wat by the way

This is a dark room as its for projector
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I told you so.........! All cameras seem to take great outdoor pictures.

Hmmm now are "ALL CAMERAS" not taking good shots
OR.........................
the ONE USER (you) Not using it correctly????????????

Pretty big odds i thnk?????

indoors using natural light late afternoon with no flash no tripod
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indoors natural light from window late afternoon, no trpod, no flash

what are you doing wrong, i have only owned this cam for about a month and i can seem to get it looking better than a piece of junk. I dont even know what im doing?

I wil say wat isay to all the customers who return and knock really good products

RTFM!!!!!!! (Read the F.....king Manual)

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Inside at my brothers work

Again inside shot, no tripod, no flash

Im sure its darker in here than a cloudy day is.
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Goofas wrote:
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I told you so.........! All cameras seem to take great outdoor pictures.

Hmmm now are "ALL CAMERAS" not taking good shots
OR.........................
the ONE USER (you) Not using it correctly????????????

Pretty big odds i thnk?????


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