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nine0six
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nine0six
   Old Thread  #109 10 Jun 2009 at 10.23pm    Login    Register
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I thought this was really well done.
Baitman
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Baitman
   Old Thread  #108 10 Jun 2009 at 6.00pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #107
id say get yourself a canon with a flip screen. 620/630, or g2/g3. you can then get an air bulb release and mounting bracket, and all for under a ton.
that way you'll never need to pass your camera over to any dog walker or passer by!
Carbeler
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Carbeler
   Old Thread  #107 27 Apr 2009 at 2.52pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #1000
How we doing lads - never been too bothered by photography but after my camera letting me down on the trophy shots of my new p.b. i feel the time has finally come to invest in a decent camera.

Ideally don't want to spend more than 100, if i can get away with spending less its a bonus, if i need to spend abit more to get the right camera then so be it!!

The camera will mainly be used for fish photos and possibly a few wildlife shots but doesn't have to be amazing just something that will give me some nice clear, focused shots of my catches - also needs to be relatively easy to use for when you get a noddy or dog walker on the other side of the camera!!

Always travel light so it needs to be small and compact - don't want one with a big lense you have to screw on or anything?

Any suggestions?

Cheers
Carp_Addict_20
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   Old Thread  #106 23 Apr 2009 at 10.09pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #105
I used to have this camera (the ixus40) and never had any problems with the battery life.

begz
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begz
   Old Thread  #105 23 Apr 2009 at 9.48pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #104
well ones the original and the others were bought sometime after. it funny coz my mates got a canon camera (not an ixus) and seems to have a similar problem. might go to jessops on monday and c if i can get a new battery.
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #104 23 Apr 2009 at 8.25am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #103
sounds like it may be worth changing the batteries, how old is the camera? are the batteries the ones that came with it?
begz
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begz
   Old Thread  #103 23 Apr 2009 at 0.29am    Login    Register
hi all, i have a CANON IXUS 40 which i take fishing with me for its compact size. takes a spot on picture etc but my problem lies in the batteries. even after charging over night i only seem to be able to get a few photos out of it before the battery icon starts flashing . this happens with all 3 batteries i have. does anyone else have this problem and or know of a solution/reason??
Carp_Addict_20
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   Old Thread  #102 21 Apr 2009 at 8.32pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #101
i think so
hellraiser
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hellraiser
   Old Thread  #101 20 Apr 2009 at 10.50pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #100
thats what you look like lol
Carp_Addict_20
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   Old Thread  #100 20 Apr 2009 at 9.49pm    Login    Register
here is a couple of edits i did of the same fish, took me about 10 mins, i wanted you guys to see?





or ?
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #99 2 Apr 2009 at 10.27am    Login    Register
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then you might get a bit of sharpening but not much....
martin7
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   Old Thread  #98 1 Apr 2009 at 2.53pm    Login    Register
jpeg image
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #97 1 Apr 2009 at 12.46pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #96
the lens usually bings out the detail, all you can so is sharpen (unsharp mask in photoshop) on a piece of software and you can over do it easily too...

what format was the original picture in mate? if its shot in RAW format we might be able to bring out more detail, if its JPEG you probably cant...
martin7
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martin7
   Old Thread  #96 1 Apr 2009 at 12.16pm    Login    Register
a weld macro, with a crack at the weld toe. I am a welding inspector
I edited that using windows picture manager. I wandered if I'd get more detail use a profesional photo editor
martin7
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martin7
   Old Thread  #95 1 Apr 2009 at 12.11pm    Login    Register
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