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again, what settings are you using ... landscape, camera, landscape, etc
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Hi minnieusa, I had the camera on Pfor the most part,with WB set to daylight and ISO set to 50. The only thing I adjusted was the exposure based on the live histogram (which I use all the time). I only increased the ISO if I really could not obtain a decent picturewith low ISO. A few pictures (not sure if any of these) I took using Av and Tvrather than Pto increase DOFbut for the most part, the camera was set to P. I also set the IS to shooting andmetering to center-weight or matrix depending on the composition. Please let me know if I miss anything you may be interested in knowing.
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excellent shots all round. and fantastic place to take thm



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