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

 
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Aug 18, 2010 21:58 |  #46

AbPho wrote in post #10747021 (external link)
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

Post some pics with your camera.


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Aug 19, 2010 18:56 |  #47

BirchtreeLover wrote in post #10747568 (external link)
Post some pics with your camera.

Nothing like the shots that you and the others have shown here.

This is my baby. We have come a long way. She used to water getting wet so much that she would not step on wet grass. We graduated from walking on wet grass to walking in 1" of water in the creek, to walking in water up to the chest, and now finally swimming. WOOHOO! I love her so much for that. She is awesome. Here are some shots of her at the water.

Walking.

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Aug 19, 2010 18:58 |  #48

Another Ridgie!! I have two ... I love my Ridgies :)


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Aug 19, 2010 18:58 |  #49

It was nice having a camera that could take the water and sand. After this adventure I am glad I purchased the camera. It has paid for itself already.

Some people that were with us felt it was all wrong placing the camera into the water. We are so used to trying to keep them dry. :D


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Aug 19, 2010 18:59 |  #50

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Another Ridgie!! I have two ... I love my Ridgies :)

They are awesome.


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Aug 20, 2010 10:16 |  #51

AbPho wrote in post #10753238 (external link)
It was nice having a camera that could take the water and sand. After this adventure I am glad I purchased the camera. It has paid for itself already.

Some people that were with us felt it was all wrong placing the camera into the water. We are so used to trying to keep them dry. :D

Yeah I know. Nice pics and enjoy your camera!


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Aug 20, 2010 12:02 as a reply to  @ BirchtreeLover's post |  #52

We bought a D10 for a roughing-it trip into the rainforest in Nicaragua. It was great because we didn't worry about the rain or the grime or the humidity. After the trip, we gave it to my brother-in-law to take pictures of his fancy salt water aquariums. We have both used it as a normal camera, out of water, and it takes pictures that are just as well as any other point and shoot.

He started having the lens error issue, but we didn't think to send it in for warrantee at the time. He figured out that if you tap the camera on the bottom, it would come back to life. The error appeared, for him, when you first turn the camera on, so if he didn't let it turn off, the error didn't come back for the "session" (birthday party, pool fun, etc). Basically, he turned the power saving off, so the camera wouldn't turn off on its own, and then made the screen time out after a couple of seconds so as not to waste battery power. This system worked fine, and the batteries lasted for a full day like this. It's been 8 months since the error first appeared, and it doesn't seem to happen as much any more.

I'll post some nicaragua pictures in a bit, if I can.




  
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Aug 28, 2010 19:37 as a reply to  @ Jonathan.kichizi's post |  #53

WE love our D10!!! We use it for everything!

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Great camera for when it decides to pour buckets on us during an afternoon thunderstorm

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Aug 28, 2010 19:58 |  #54

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

Love the squid shots. Where were you?
I got a few in Bonaire :D

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Aug 28, 2010 21:48 as a reply to  @ markstudy's post |  #55

Markstudy, we were at the Akumal Beach Resort in Akumal, Mexico. Part of the Riviera Maya. Thanks for asking. Enjoy.


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Mar 18, 2011 17:20 as a reply to  @ BirchtreeLover's post |  #56

Our family now has two D10 cameras. Here's some more pics taken with the D10.

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