Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by shamus, Mar 10, 2004.
Here's the first photo from my new "Fuji Finepix S7000"
Wow! Great picture!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Nice picture, :thumb: but I always thought the ones taken with the old camera were darn good too. Maybe I shouldn't phrase it that way, in case your wife is looking over your shoulder…
Great picture Paul, that new camera really makes a difference (is that better?).
Wonderful picture Shamus, I don't know what the camera cost you, but it was worth it.
Your layout pictures always astound me.
When I start I hope to be even 25% as good.
Thank you for sharing your layout with us.
:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Great! You're going to have a ball with that camera! Uhhhhh, what's "have a ball" mean over there? Well let's just say it will be a lot of fun!
Nice photo Paul but tooo bad we have to keep them this size to upload. Fuji use very good lenses but I am sure your previous did too as your pictures have always shown great detail.
Hope you have fun with this new one. How many megapixels? It must also have ? X optical zoom too.
Beautiful Pic Shamus - Look forward to seeing more! :thumb: :thumb:
Your modeling and photography combined never ceases to blow me away!!!
Thanks my friends,
Well, you fooled them all, good friend. Depth of field,light,detail,activity.........it's your old camera, you just went out and shot the prototype! ........Right??
That's just tooooo much! :thumb: :thumb:
He he Pete, how did you guess.
Great camera, Paul (and a great picture, too)! :thumb:
What amazes me is the loooong depth of focus. What is the smallest aperture of the lens? With my camera I can take things which are very near the lens, but there is always a very small portion really in focus.
Beautiful modeling & photo as always, Shamus! :thumb: :thumb:
What are the specs on the new camera, as compared to the old one?
Hi all and many thanks,
I am very very pleased with the new camera, I thought I had a fault with it on using it but (IT WAS ME) I hadn't switched back on the AF (Silly boy)
The main part is that this camera is 6.3 megapixel as agains my Olympus of 2.1. The oly had a 10X optical zoom where as the Fuji has 6x optical and 3.2x digital zoom, and works with optional wide and telephoto lens adapters.
Here's some specs on it Courtesy of Steve’s Digicams
6x zoom F2.8 (35-210mm equivalent) with zoom/focus ring
4th Generation Fuji SuperCCD with 6.3-Megapixel resolution
2848x2136 pixel native images and up to 4048x3040 with interpolation
High-resolution EVF viewfinder with 230,000 pixels
1.8-inch color TFT LCD monitor with 118,000 pixels
RAW, JPEG and AVI movie formats
Program AE, Shutter-speed priority, Aperture priority, Manual and Scene modes
Continuous shooting at 3.3fps up to 5 frames at full resolution
640x480 or 320x240 movies with sound at 30fps
1/10,000 to 15 second shutter speeds
Auto TTL white balance with 6 presets and manual
64-zone Multi, Center-weighted averaging or Spot metering
Super Macro focus mode, from 0.4" to 7.9"
ISO Auto, 200, 400, 600 or 800
Adjustable image sharpness, contrast and saturation
xD-Picture Card/CompactFlash I and II/Microdrive storage
Flash hot shoe for external flash units
USB 2.0 "auto connect" connectivity
Did you use the old Olympus for the article in Model Railroading? Those were great pictures. :thumb: How do you get such a good depth of field?
Hi George, yes, all photos in the magazine were done with the OlympusC700UZ, I used Aperture settings of f8 and auto shutter speed.
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