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D100 Optimal Settings for Point & Shoot "snapshots"

DaveDosch

San Diego, US
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"RE: D100 Optimal Settings for Point & Shoot"

DaveDosch Basic Member
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:07 PM

I definately prefer the results using CLOUDY-3 outdoors or with flash. On the other hand, the results using LESS CONTRAST outdoors was less then satisfying. Attached is a photo I took on Mission Bay in San Diego on Wed. Notice the lack of contrast in the pelican's head and feather detail.

(D100 in EWA-Marine Bag Housing, 85mmf/1.8, 1/350sec f/10 ISO200 Cloudy-3 Less-Contrast NoSharpening)

DaveDosch
Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but bubbles.

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