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Oct 22, 2010 08:15 |  #466

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I'm convinced! :D I don't normally re-post images when commenting, but thought this one deserved a second look. ;)

Thanks :)

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Blurred out backgrounds is not always a good thing. :p

here's another one, subject is sharp (well, from my computer but became soft after upload) but still with blurred background.:D

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Oct 25, 2010 13:50 as a reply to  @ moonshadow's post |  #467

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Oct 25, 2010 13:56 |  #468

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Oct 25, 2010 14:05 |  #469

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Oct 25, 2010 14:06 |  #470

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Oct 25, 2010 15:32 |  #471

A lot of the images in this thread could be shot on a P&S.

I understand all the new people want to post their images and contribute, but it does not make a good argument or case for "convincing" people to give DSLR's a try.
There has been some select images that are quite compelling though.




  
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Oct 25, 2010 15:35 |  #472

DOF definitely is a big indicator, IMO




  
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Oct 25, 2010 15:37 |  #473

Smashtic wrote in post #11162715 (external link)
A lot of the images in this thread could be shot on a P&S.

I understand all the new people want to post their images and contribute, but it does not make a good argument or case for "convincing" people to give DSLR's a try.
There has been some select images that are quite compelling though.

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Oct 25, 2010 15:42 |  #474

Also, thread needs more tilt and shift.


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Oct 25, 2010 15:43 |  #475

Focus! All p&s have autofocus.... and also slow shutters.




  
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Oct 25, 2010 15:44 |  #476

Action at 6400 ISO....

You've got AF, timing, IQ, lens speed, DOF all in favour of the DSLR.

First is 1D3 at 70mm, 1/320, f/2.8, 6400 ISO, no flash. Second is 7D at 70mm, 1/250, f/2.8, 6400 ISO, no flash.


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Oct 25, 2010 16:01 |  #477

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Oct 25, 2010 16:04 |  #478

tdodd wrote in post #11162798 (external link)
Action at 6400 ISO....

You've got AF, timing, IQ, lens speed, DOF all in favour of the DSLR.

First is 1D3 at 70mm, 1/320, f/2.8, 6400 ISO, no flash. Second is 7D at 70mm, 1/250, f/2.8, 6400 ISO, no flash.

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Oct 25, 2010 16:06 |  #479

I've owned a few point and shoot digital cameras including the first ones that required the use of floppy discs as the means for storage.

The features that have helped me realize the value in DSLRs are the abilities to shoot action shots, control the depth of field and shoot better in night settings.

Few of the cameras I've owned have had a night mode, but unless placed on a tripod, the images have always come out blurry. The same can be said for the 'sports' mode on many P&Ss that I have owned. Even cameras with a manual mode have not provided me with the results.

Anyways, here's two shots that I doubt I could have achieved using a P&S.

Even with a DSLR, it's hard enough to capture a good panning shot, but I can only imagine how hard it would be with a P&S.

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This one isn't a great photo by any means, but I doubt a P&S would have helped make this image any sharper or vibrant.

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Oct 25, 2010 17:40 as a reply to  @ silentsounds's post |  #480

One of my faves from the 40D

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