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jez240373
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jez240373
   Old Thread  #69 9 Feb 2009 at 4.33pm    Login    Register
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Incredible photo's there Some are really moving!
ianCA
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   Old Thread  #68 23 Jan 2009 at 5.30pm    Login    Register
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cheers mark will do
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #67 22 Jan 2009 at 11.57pm    Login    Register
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if your going to get a DSLR then I would suggest you go to a camera shop and ask to see 2 or 3 options, and mix up the manufactures...

the reason I say that is because you want something that fits your hands, and something that you feel comfortable with.... quality wize Nikon and Canon are a very safe bet for a first camera, thee are many supporters for either camera and you wont find a difinitive answer when asking "which one"

go and have a look at them, as the person in the shop to put batteries in and see what its like to access the controls and functions........find out which one suits you more
ianCA
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   Old Thread  #66 21 Jan 2009 at 7.37pm    Login    Register
has anyone used a nikon D40 OR D40X ?

if so how did you rate them or it?

ianCA
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   Old Thread  #65 19 Jan 2009 at 5.54pm    Login    Register
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Cheers mark im going to have to make the change to an dslr soon as theres so many good deals on them at the moment.
Merl
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   Old Thread  #64 19 Jan 2009 at 11.03am    Login    Register
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I would think so Ian, the Panasonic seems to have a 5.75mm x 4.71mm sensor and something like a canon 400d has a 22mm x 15mm sensor size, its not difficult to imagine that since both have a similar amount of pixels (8 or 10meg) then you would expect a little more noise from the panasonic. However these compact SLR like cameras are very good these days and you may find it difficult to notice the difference all the time, but I would expect low light photography to be much better on the SLR one and since SLR's have independant lenses you can always improve sharpness with adding a different lens on a SLR if you wish......
ianCA
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   Old Thread  #62 18 Jan 2009 at 9.50pm    Login    Register
would the step up in image quality from a panasonic lumix fz-8 to a digital slr be much greater?

cheers
Carp_Addict_20
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   Old Thread  #61 6 Jan 2009 at 8.39pm    Login    Register
like them mate, like the US flag just in colour very much.
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #60 5 Jan 2009 at 9.57pm    Login    Register
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one or two more of mine:







Merl
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   Old Thread  #59 5 Jan 2009 at 9.44pm    Login    Register
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yep they are mine....

I got a 400d a little while back when we went to Kenya, a little in at the deep end but I was quite pleased with some of the shots.

got a lon way to go though and would love to go on a proper course and develop more but they are so expensive
ianCA
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ianCA
   Old Thread  #58 5 Jan 2009 at 8.09pm    Login    Register
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thats an excellent picture mitch

mark did you take those pictures yourself if so they are brilliant! if not then they are still good
Merl
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Merl
   Old Thread  #57 4 Jan 2009 at 4.35pm    Login    Register
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thanks for those links nine0.... love that sort of thing

Ive been getting into Photography slowly for the last year or so now, really struggling to find some proper time but heres a few shots:




















yep, I do like to post process but some like the bike and parrot are straight off the sensor.
Andy
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Andy
   Old Thread  #54 31 Dec 2008 at 3.42pm    Login    Register
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Superb is my 1st impression
stimpy
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   Old Thread  #53 31 Dec 2008 at 1.54pm    Login    Register
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Some superb photography there 9.

After seeing photo 32 in the first set of pics. I will never complain about overcrowding on the bank again.
ianCA
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   Old Thread  #52 31 Dec 2008 at 1.32pm    Login    Register
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Im just took delivery of a canon eos 450D

first impressions?
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