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    Photography

    Anyone want to discuss photography here? I have a pretty good background and can answer some questions. If we get enough response, maybe we can get a photo album started here.
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    Sounds like a great idea KoH.

    I have been experimenting with my husband's newest toy, a Panasonic digital video camera. The pictures from the Roundup were taken with his camera. I like the weight and the feel of the camera. My favorite features are the zoom and the fact that I can snap a picture while filming video.

    My avatar is one example of the capabilities of the new camera. I can post more pictures if you like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    Sounds like a great idea KoH.

    I have been experimenting with my husband's newest toy, a Panasonic digital video camera. The pictures from the Roundup were taken with his camera. I like the weight and the feel of the camera. My favorite features are the zoom and the fact that I can snap a picture while filming video.

    My avatar is one example of the capabilities of the new camera. I can post more pictures if you like.

    Panasonic is always in the forfront with their equipment. Their mechanics have always been sound. From what I understand, their lens system is much improved and you can get some great shots. One of the most important things when looking for a camera is to get one that fits. The better they feel, the less jerk to your camera. I am thrilled that you enjoy the camera.. Do you have photos posted anywhere?
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    The weight of the camera is really good. Not too heavy, not too light. I will let Nathan know that he made a good choice.

    Disneyland 3/2/05

    Those are my pictures from last Sunday. Mostly being a Disney Geek. The castle ones are quite fun. The pictures taken on Jungle Cruise were taken while I was shooting video.
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    For most people, 3.1 is fine. One of my first cameras was 3.1. Kodak use to make some really bad cameras, drop them and throw them away. They have put a lot of work into their digital line. What do you use it for mostly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    The weight of the camera is really good. Not too heavy, not too light. I will let Nathan know that he made a good choice.

    Disneyland 3/2/05

    Those are my pictures from last Sunday. Mostly being a Disney Geek. The castle ones are quite fun. The pictures taken on Jungle Cruise were taken while I was shooting video.

    Very nice photos. The camera handled some bad lighting situaqtions handly. What recording format does it use?
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    Some sort of card. I can't think of the media off the top of my head. Scan Disk maybe.

    The camera does not have a flash, which might explain why the outdoor pictures are much better than my interior pictures. The main priority for us is to get a back-up battery.
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    I've just got a Canon PowerShot A70, and I'm very happy with it! 3.2 megapixel, with a 3x optical zoom. I also just bought an additional telephoto lens for it that brings it up over 7x optical. I can actually see Sorcerer Mickey in my Fantasmic photos now!

    I'd love to get a DSLR, but it's just not in the budget at the moment.
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    I enjoy shooting on film, and printing my own photos in a lab. I just love the smell of developer. I know it's freaky, but the smell makes my creative side shine through. Much like a Denny's sampler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Socapex
    I enjoy shooting on film, and printing my own photos in a lab. I just love the smell of developer. I know it's freaky, but the smell makes my creative side shine through. Much like a Denny's sampler.
    I agree. If I had access to a darkroom I would shoot mostly in black and white. Photoshop can do the same thing, but I really miss the darkroom.

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    I grew up sending them out.. and using a digital camera.. currently i am using a Nikon coolpics 4300 Camera.... Not bad.. (for being out dated/obsolete..) (it is broke somewhat and needs to be serviced...)

    Not bad camera.. could use a better zoom... but shooting with the largest setting and editing it down isn't hard.. 4 Mps i think.....

    I am working my hardest to get a new camera for graduation..... and not let "Any One" get ahold of it this time and mess it up...

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    I my Canon S45 that I've had for almost two years now. I took this and this early last month (I also vegas even if I'm not old enough to gamble ). This is my first camera ever (aside from disposables) and I would LOVE to learn more about actual photography, maybe even take a class or two. This reminds me though, I do have to get new batteries for it, and a bigger memory card would be nice (currently stuck on a 256)
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    I have a Sony cybershot 5 pixel which I love!

    I would love to see pictures in an album... I could look at photos all day long.
    Lets start a photo album!!
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    No, you can't drive IT.

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