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D10 new camera for me - what are your experiences with it?

 
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Jul 23, 2010 07:15 |  #31

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...I spoke too soon...had the 'lens error, reset camera' message displayed...removed the battery...after this camera seemed fine.

That is the only way I could get mine to function again. I had the error come up twice. Not taking any chances. The battery "trick" might only work so long.

Hey, BirchtreeLover. I know. I will get it back soon enough. Not my main camera so I do not miss it. I fell into the DSLR realm and can't bring myself back to P&S's really. I find the D10 really slow, and the picture quality is not that great. :D But I did not buy it for those features. It is an outdoor camera. I bought it for when the weather turns sour and my DSLRs are cowering in the closet. :D


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Jul 24, 2010 20:03 as a reply to  @ AbPho's post |  #32

First time I ever saw these guys before...:D
There were three of them together...didnt even see them at first.


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Jul 24, 2010 21:07 |  #33

Cool! I wish I could do more snorkeling... and get into scuba!



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Aug 03, 2010 09:19 |  #34

I got my D10 back last Thursday. Canon replaced the body outright. I must say that this new body takes much better pictures. I found the original to be very soft. I thought it was "normal" for the D10. Now, 100% views of the JPGs are excellent. The pictures are sharper.

Thank you Canon. Curse you Canon.

Here is a shot from this weekends canoe trip.

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Aug 03, 2010 10:09 |  #35

The one I rented took very nice, sharp photos. Glad to hear the new one is working better for you!



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Aug 04, 2010 08:37 as a reply to  @ MizzouMan_2000's post |  #36

Yeah really nice and sharp as you said! Enjoy it!


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Aug 16, 2010 01:17 as a reply to  @ BirchtreeLover's post |  #37

i was looking through my other shots on this trip and thought I would post a few more that I didn't post before. Hope you like them.


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Aug 16, 2010 01:17 as a reply to  @ BirchtreeLover's post |  #38

and another.


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Aug 16, 2010 01:18 |  #39

What a pretty frog!!


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Aug 16, 2010 06:21 |  #40

:P Thank you. He (guessing) was very patient with me at I tried to get the canoe close enough. I was leaning over at a weird angle, try to not fall in and take a descent picture. I think it worked. :P


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Aug 16, 2010 12:11 |  #41

i'm guessing that any camera with a zooming/moving lens is going to have similar issues

Water has suspended particles in it, the particles of sand/grit/mud get into the mechanism and jam it

to overcome this the lens would have to zoom inside a waterproof housing

so why dont canon make one?

i would have thought if anyone could, canon could lol




  
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Aug 16, 2010 19:08 |  #42

luk - for that you simply buy the camera and separate housing.

I've shot about a zillion photos with cameras like the D10 (no housing) and in all types of conditions. I've never had a sand or grit issue and I've been known to put the camera down in the sand here or there ;)


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Aug 16, 2010 21:39 as a reply to  @ kja's post |  #43

The D10 is already waterproof down to 33 feet. It has a housing built in.


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Aug 17, 2010 10:06 |  #44

Kristin was responding to lukkbox' plea for a rigid lens tube, not a telescoping one.


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Aug 18, 2010 20:05 |  #45

I love my D10 now. It takes excellent pictures. Having it at the beach recently validated it's purchase. No worries about water, sand, etc. Got pics of the pup in the water. :D


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