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Old 28th February 2006, 15:54   #106
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Dust is what scares me from the 350D. So I was thinking of R1. But you never know, I may go for the rebel and a nylon makup brush
This is how Olympus SLRs handle dust.

http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_dust.asp
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Trust me, he isn't. But if landscape photography was a high paying field, he might have switched professions long back.
LOL! Indeed, indeed.
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Old 28th February 2006, 21:27   #108
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My Sony DSC-H1

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Old 4th March 2006, 12:45   #109
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With 18-55 (kit) and 75-300 USM III Canon Zoom
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congrats tsk. another canonian..... good.
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Canon Ixus 430 and a Panasonic NV-GS 250
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The canon A-620,its damn good ,except for being slightly heavy.

Just have some problems taking pictures at night,even with iso400 on & other than that ,i get the camera shake warning all the time.


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Old 8th March 2006, 22:03   #113
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Look at the photographs.

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Landscapes are awesome. Great work
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Landscapes are awesome. Great work
Which begs the question "What is your Camera", as in the title of this thread. The photographer's skill is evident.
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Which begs the question "What is your Camera", as in the title of this thread. The photographer's skill is evident.
Sony W5, judging from his post topic

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Sony W5, judging from his post topic

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Oh! I didn't notice the post title...
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i am sure many wud be knowing it. but for others, if you have the original image (with al the tags still saved) taken by the photographer, u can view the details in properties section. of course if it's some very old camera, it may not be available.

following is properties view for his image, showing it's Sony W-5.

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The Sony DSC-W5 is I guess just the renamed version of the DSC-W1. So technically we have the same camera
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i am sure many wud be knowing it. but for others, if you have the original image (with al the tags still saved) taken by the photographer, u can view the details in properties section. of course if it's some very old camera, it may not be available.

following is properties view for his image, showing it's Sony W-5.

Right!

This is called EXIF info, and can be very useful when you want to review your photos and see things like what ISO, focal length, shutter speed/ aperture etc it was shot at.

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