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Jan 15, 2015 12:38 |  #17

That is a fine photo. One of the cool things about the SX700 is how convenient it is. It's easy to bring along, and easy to take good pics.

edit: Run that through Noiseware and the facial imperfections will be almost erased.


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Jan 16, 2015 09:24 |  #18

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Jan 16, 2015 09:26 |  #19

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Jan 19, 2015 05:13 |  #20

bubbygator wrote in post #17383929 (external link)
That is a fine photo. One of the cool things about the SX700 is how convenient it is. It's easy to bring along, and easy to take good pics.

edit: Run that through Noiseware and the facial imperfections will be almost erased.

Thanks, bubbygator. I cleaned up the imperfections. ☼




  
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Jan 24, 2015 06:58 |  #21

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Jan 24, 2015 09:17 |  #22

Lovely shots - I like them both. The flamingo is very artistic... very good eye (I mean you, not the bird). Well, the bird's eye is good also.

And the eagle is always dramatic, but your shot emphasizes it.


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Jan 28, 2015 04:57 |  #23

bubbygator wrote in post #17397660 (external link)
Lovely shots - I like them both. The flamingo is very artistic... very good eye (I mean you, not the bird). Well, the bird's eye is good also.

And the eagle is always dramatic, but your shot emphasizes it.

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Jan 30, 2015 13:16 |  #24

Wow these are some great shots!! I've been researching this camera and I think I'm considering buying this for my upcoming trip to Paris and London in Sept 2015 so I can leave my DSLR at home. When I went to Paris in 2013 I lugged along my 50D and all my lenses and have since traveled with it to Mexico twice and on a 7 days cruise and to Puerto Rico, while I love having my L lens with me, I feel the quality in what I am seeing here in this camera are very good and I like the fact it has a 720mm reach nothing that my current lenses on my DSLR can do.



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Feb 15, 2015 21:25 |  #25

Another thing I like about this camera is it's easy to capture indoor shots without flash if the lighting is just good - doesn't have to be bright. I like walking into stores and instead of buying stuff, I shoot stuff... I take it home with me for free.



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A clerk approached me as I was taking a pic and tried to sell me the thing - I told her no, I'm just taking pics of cute things, and turned the camera toward her .... and she posed for me!

EDIT: Just a hint. I've got big hands and thick fingers, but I can still handle all the controls. But the camera is small enough that I sometimes lose control of my hold on it. The leash is too small for my hand to fit through, so I loop it tightly around my thumb!! I've had many times that looping saved my camera from hitting the ground.

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Feb 20, 2015 08:28 |  #26

I'm getting some fantastic shots with this camera - landscapes, zooms, macros - but I am struggling to get what I'm after in TV mode. Have tried to slow down the shutter speed to get blurred images - moving traffic, the blades on a fan etc BUT when I set the shutter speed anything lower than 1/15 I end up with what I call 'white-out' ie the screen is white and the subject is not visible. It's as if too much light is getting in, the aperture is staying open. Have any of you guys experienced this? Could you give it a go and let me know?




  
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Feb 20, 2015 08:34 |  #27

Here are a few of my current photo sets:


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Feb 20, 2015 08:36 |  #28

A couple more macros. Very impressed with clarity.


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Feb 20, 2015 20:11 |  #29

BarbC: Yes, I occasionally forget to reset from Tv to Auto, and I've experienced that whiteout on the screen... but there's nothing recorded on the SD card. I just switch to Auto and go on - but I've never investigated it, so I don't know what causes it.


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Mar 10, 2015 13:46 |  #30

Any idea what bird is this?



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