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  1. #1241
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    Quote Originally Posted by peggy View Post
    I think I have to share this. It's not a crop, again with the +4D close-up filter and full zoom.
    hmm...... yeah that should be shared indeed.
    What kind of spider is it? Is it on a puddle of water or something. It looks like the thing has 4 eyes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    I agree they are quite expensive Paul, but just to give OP some options. Personally, with the price of memory cards coming down, I'd buy a few extra and keep shooting until I can upload them at some reliable internet cafe shops.

    BTW: I just left my F30 with a repairer for a quote of $150. It has dust on sensor.
    Bummer about the F30 mate, any idea how dust gets in there in the first place? I haven't seen any on the wife's yet.
    Last edited by P_Schneider; 04-29-2008 at 07:42 PM.
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  3. #1243
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarrett View Post
    I like the colours a lot
    Looks like november holds the title ...

  4. #1244
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    Quote Originally Posted by P_Schneider View Post
    Bummer about the F30 mate, any idea how dust gets in there in the first place? I haven't seen any on the wife's yet.
    Of course I know how, where and when the dust got in. LOL.
    As you remember from the old F30 thread of my then newborn son taken with this F30 since 4 minutes of age. We took him to the beach about one month back and he walked on that beach for the first time on his own and I wasn't going to let the wind, dust, surf spray and drizzle stop me capturing the moment; yes we had all that at the time; so I took the risk. Well... I got some nice shots and video clips (albeit with dirt visible). The last shot before that showed no dirt. Unless you are as silly (as me) to brave such wild condition at the beach there is no reason to worry about your wife's F30.
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  5. #1245
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    Quote Originally Posted by tim11 View Post
    hmm...... yeah that should be shared indeed.
    What kind of spider is it? Is it on a puddle of water or something. It looks like the thing has 4 eyes.
    I would also like to know. That creature has actually 8 eyes, the others are smaller and below the bigger ones.

    One photo of a common pondskater.
    Last edited by peggy; 05-01-2008 at 12:50 AM.

  6. #1246
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    I think it is a wolf spider. Not sure where you are from but last year I took my girl scouts camping and we had many of those big ugly things in the bath house and outside sinks.....Very scary looking!
    Neat picture though!

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    Well I started my vacation yesterday, I'm spending a week in chicago visiting my brother and family. Here are some shots from day 1.

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  8. #1248
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    Here is a cool looking statue I found in a park. The light was pretty harsh but I did the best I could. Thinking of replacing the sky in the bg on this one.

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  9. #1249
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    A duck enjoying breakfast. You'll notice the water is all the way over the banks and up into the grass. Been a cold wet spring here in MN. 50' of snow in April alone, new record for this late in the season, plus tons of rain.

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    Another shot of the duck. I think I was getting too close because he quacked at me a couple times then took off after this shot.

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    Not sure why the water looks like it's noisy because the duck looks good. Neat Image, even a light pass, destroys all the detail in the feathers so I left it as is.
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