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Samurai 28th February 2006 15:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by tsk1979
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 :D

This is how Olympus SLRs handle dust.

http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/cpg_dust.asp

S Pathak 28th February 2006 16:56

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Originally Posted by Samurai
Trust me, he isn't. But if landscape photography was a high paying field, he might have switched professions long back.

LOL! Indeed, indeed.

Edmund 28th February 2006 21:27

My Sony DSC-H1


tsk1979 4th March 2006 12:45

Canon Rebel 350D
 
With 18-55 (kit) and 75-300 USM III Canon Zoom

tifosikrishna 4th March 2006 16:42

congrats tsk. another canonian..... good.

kb100 7th March 2006 19:19

Canon Ixus 430 and a Panasonic NV-GS 250

dhirajs 7th March 2006 21:26

Canon A-620
 
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.


bhogalrajnish 8th March 2006 22:03

Sony W5
 
Look at the photographs.

http://rajnishbhogal.blogspot.com

satish_appasani 9th March 2006 10:28

Rajnish
Landscapes are awesome. Great work

Samurai 9th March 2006 10:33

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Originally Posted by satish_appasani
Rajnish
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.

Rehaan 10th March 2006 04:26

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Originally Posted by Samurai
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 ;)

cya
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Samurai 10th March 2006 09:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rehaan
Sony W5, judging from his post topic ;)

cya
R

Oh! I didn't notice the post title...stupid:

vivekiny2k 11th March 2006 20:19

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.


Gordon 11th March 2006 21:43

The Sony DSC-W5 is I guess just the renamed version of the DSC-W1. So technically we have the same camera :)

Rehaan 12th March 2006 02:49

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Originally Posted by vivekiny2k
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.

cya
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