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Postby Clare » Tue Apr 16, 2013 4:53 pm

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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby Grant » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:43 pm

Ooooo nice pic what camera did you go for?
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby Clare » Tue Apr 16, 2013 10:57 pm

Canon 650D. I love it. :)
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Postby bradderz123 » Tue Apr 16, 2013 11:02 pm

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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby James » Wed Apr 17, 2013 12:03 pm

Cracking pic Clare and a lovely fish :tu:

How are you finding the 650D I am seriously considering one, my last DSLR was a 350D so should be a good upgrade.
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Postby MJGreeny77 » Wed Apr 17, 2013 4:26 pm

You should have entered POTM :tu: you would have come a close second to pic number 6 :pray: :text-lol:
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby Clare » Wed Apr 17, 2013 6:52 pm

James wrote:Cracking pic Clare and a lovely fish :tu:

How are you finding the 650D I am seriously considering one, my last DSLR was a 350D so should be a good upgrade.


I am loving it. I have upgraded from a 400D and the 350 is not much different to the 400 in my opinion. You will have to get used to the new lay out for the buttons and the flip out screen. It is very good though. ISO is much more sensitive and less noise. The auto is good and not 2 stops too dark like the 400D. I took this photo on auto so now I have to get the right settings. Having the 400D for 5-6 years I have forgot hot to get settings lol. The difference in clarity without the need for post processing in raw is brilliant. The video.. I have to get used to it and play with the many settings that has. :)

Overall well worth the upgrade from the 400D oh and the new standard lenses are good although the motor is much louder.
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby andywroe » Wed Apr 17, 2013 7:56 pm

:clap: great crisp colour on that fish.
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby James » Wed Apr 17, 2013 9:41 pm

Clare wrote:
James wrote:Cracking pic Clare and a lovely fish :tu:

How are you finding the 650D I am seriously considering one, my last DSLR was a 350D so should be a good upgrade.


I am loving it. I have upgraded from a 400D and the 350 is not much different to the 400 in my opinion. You will have to get used to the new lay out for the buttons and the flip out screen. It is very good though. ISO is much more sensitive and less noise. The auto is good and not 2 stops too dark like the 400D. I took this photo on auto so now I have to get the right settings. Having the 400D for 5-6 years I have forgot hot to get settings lol. The difference in clarity without the need for post processing in raw is brilliant. The video.. I have to get used to it and play with the many settings that has. :)

Overall well worth the upgrade from the 400D oh and the new standard lenses are good although the motor is much louder.


That's great thanks Clare :tu:

Just need to save some pennies now!
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby Clare » Wed Apr 17, 2013 10:05 pm

Thats the thing. I planned on my upgrade months ago! Thought its now or never with the baby here in summer lol. :)

Let me know when you get it and what you think. :)
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Re: First ever fish photo with the new camera. :)

Postby Clare » Fri Jan 03, 2014 12:21 am

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That pics nothing now I have gotten used to the camera more. When Little Charlie gives me some time I will have to take some more. :tu:
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