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sharod wrote in post #13370977external link
Frank, your dog pic is very good!! Were there dark corners on the uncropped version?


Leftover Halloween candy!!! All the good stuff is already gone:lol:!!

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That sure look's Sweet I want some "Now and Later" Now :D

Post #16, Nov 08, 2011 12:07:26


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Stargazerfrank wrote in post #13371006external link
That sure look's Sweet I want some "Now and Later" Now :D

LOL!!! I'll make you a deal, I give you the whole bowl NOW:)!!!

Post #17, Nov 08, 2011 12:09:44


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sharod wrote in post #13371014external link
LOL!!! I'll make you a deal, I give you the whole bowl NOW:)!!!

Now if I could reach my hand through the screen and grab it I would :lol:

Post #18, Nov 08, 2011 14:54:33


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sharod wrote in post #13370977external link
Were there dark corners on the uncropped version?

Saw the Candy and missed the question :lol:

There was no dark corners on the uncropped original the dark corners are lightly shown on a few pics not shown but It's pretty bad on some airplane pics I took the other day some times the corners are dark and most notable is the TLTR BR and some were TR BR.
http://images15.fotki.​com ...101/IMG_0109CP744F-vi.jpgexternal link
http://images54.fotki.​com ...0193101/IMG_0075DL-vi.jpgexternal link

watch the BR side darken sometimes in this video I put on YT.
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=i-oHkoaQPHAexternal link

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Stargazerfrank wrote in post #13371923external link
Saw the Candy and missed the question :lol:

There was no dark corners on the uncropped original the dark corners are lightly shown on a few pics not shown but It's pretty bad on some airplane pics I took the other day some times the corners are dark and most notable is the TLTR BR and some were TR BR.
http://images15.fotki.​com ...101/IMG_0109CP744F-vi.jpgexternal link
http://images54.fotki.​com ...0193101/IMG_0075DL-vi.jpgexternal link

watch the BR side darken sometimes in this video I put on YT.
http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=i-oHkoaQPHAexternal link

I do see it. Well, that is too bad, but I understand that it is not acceptable. I did go back to previous pics I have taken and have not noticed the same dark corners. Thank the good Lord!!! Maybe a faulty camera???

Post #20, Nov 08, 2011 16:55:32


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sharod wrote in post #13372457external link
Maybe a faulty camera???

not just mine I may contact others and see if they have dark corners in the pics too.

check out this video not mine the right side gets pretty dark.
http://www.youtube.com ...fVNicD-hE&feature=relatedexternal link

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Stargazerfrank wrote in post #13372625external link
not just mine I may contact others and see if they have dark corners in the pics too.

check out this video not mine the right side gets pretty dark.
http://www.youtube.com ...fVNicD-hE&feature=relatedexternal link

Any idea what is causing it?

Okay, I checked out the first video I took with this camera. Please excuse the poor vidiography. A little shakey, and some too fast panning, take your Dramamine!!!! I do believe I see some on the right when I first zoom in, around the 5 second mark. Do you see that, or any more on this video? Not seeing it in any pics. Still checking!!!

ETA: The only dark corners I have found is in post 13 of this thread. But that is what I was hoping for :)

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Post #22, Nov 08, 2011 17:52:43


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sharod wrote in post #13372699external link
Any idea what is causing it?

Okay, I checked out the first video I took with this camera. Please excuse the poor vidiography. A little shakey, and some too fast panning, take your Dramamine!!!! I do believe I see some on the right when I first zoom in, around the 5 second mark. Do you see that, or any more on this video? Not seeing it in any pics. Still checking!!!

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I see it in your video it is very very faint nothing as bad as some other videos I'm seeing now.

I had a closer look at some of my sx20 videos it faintly shows darkening on right which to me not a problem and never noticed darkening edges in any pics with it.
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http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=-wQTIXuXoCYexternal link

have a look at this thread there is a few other folks with dark sx40 right side pics.
http://photography-on-the.net .../showthread.php?t=1​106337

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there is a setting on the camera that produces dark corners. It simulates an old camera look. A camera site that tests cameras produced that effect on one of their image samples as well as the video samples.

Post #24, Nov 14, 2011 20:03:45


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Looks like a great travel camera, might have to check one of those out, how far out does the lens extend at the longest zoom setting?
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Post #25, Nov 16, 2011 12:31:30


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Gary W. Graley wrote in post #13408252external link
Looks like a great travel camera, might have to check one of those out, how far out does the lens extend at the longest zoom setting?
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It goes from 24 - 840!!!

Post #26, Nov 16, 2011 13:51:40


A camera didn't make a great picture anymore than a typewriter wrote a great novel.

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hehe, yah, got that part, but physically from the body of the camera, at the longest zoom setting does the lens extend?
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Post #27, Nov 16, 2011 14:27:20


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Gary W. Graley wrote in post #13408834external link
hehe, yah, got that part, but physically from the body of the camera, at the longest zoom setting does the lens extend?
G2

My camera is at home. If no one answers you by then, I will check it out.

Sorry about the misunderstanding:o

Post #28, Nov 16, 2011 14:29:05


A camera didn't make a great picture anymore than a typewriter wrote a great novel.

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Easy enough to mistake, appreciate your taking the time to post and will look for your update later, looks like a neat camera to have at hand.
Again, much thanks,
G2

Post #29, Nov 16, 2011 14:32:15


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At full zoom the lens extend approximately 2-1/4" from it's normal retracted position.

Post #30, Nov 16, 2011 14:48:30


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