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RDV Nov 13, 2005 7:50 PM

Can't seem to get the detail that I could get with an FZ20. Using a Nikon D70s with a Sigma 100-300 f/4 lens. This is my attempt to process this photo but they all seem flat out of the camera and at eight feet away I can't get the detail. Any suggestions please.

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KEM Nov 13, 2005 8:15 PM

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I also have a D70s and get similar results. Its all about post processing....
I used the supplied PictureProject software to enhance dark tones and apply D-lighting then sharpened it. If you have Photshop you can do much better...

[email protected] Nov 13, 2005 8:59 PM

It could be the lens, too. I went from a FZ 20 to Rebel XT and while using a 300mm lens I wasn't getting shots as sharp as I did with my FZ at close range either. I got a 200-500 lens, and now I am getting much more detail and sharpness than I could with my FZ 20. It cost me, though. I also found a technique in the blind I shoot from that allows me to stabilize the camera pretty good, too. Remember with the FZ you had image stabilization, too. Also, I am using flash (stopped down at least one stop) to help make up for the lack of in camera stabilization, too.

Bob M

RDV Nov 14, 2005 7:32 AM

Thanks KEM...I had bumped this pic to this point and thought it was a little harsh.

Bob...I remember you post with the FZ20 were nice and then I saw your male house finch post that was outstanding. I still have a few days that I can return this lens and may do that if I dont get better results. What f stop is your 200-500mm lens. thanks for the replies.

Ron

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DBB Nov 14, 2005 11:55 AM

One other possibility, is that if you are shooting JPEG, you might have too heavy a noise reduction setting.

You might want to check out review sites of these lenses before you decide what to get if you return this one.

Dave


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