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  1. #1
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    San Francisco Ballet


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    Panasonic FZ10
    -.33 EV
    WB/ Manual
    Sharpness 2
    Contrast 0
    Saturation 0
    Exposure Program AP
    JPEG Fine
    Eposure 1/50
    Aperature F/2.8
    ISO 200
    Focal Length 146mm


    Two
    Panasonic FZ10
    -.33 EV
    WB/ Manual
    Sharpness 2
    Contrast 0
    Saturation 0
    Exposure Program AP
    JPEG Fine
    Eposure 1/40
    Aperature F/2.8
    ISO 200
    Focal Length 197mm


    Three
    Panasonic FZ10
    -.33 EV
    WB/ Manual
    Sharpness 2
    Contrast 0
    Saturation 0
    Exposure Program AP
    JPEG Fine
    Eposure 1/60
    Aperature F/2.8
    ISO 200
    Focal Length 191mm
    Last edited by LoveLife; 10-15-2008 at 12:44 PM.

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    Which camera and settings?
    Panasonic LUMIX DSC-FZ18 black
    Since October 2008
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulinho_BR View Post
    Which camera and settings?
    Camera is the FZ10, in my mind the only FZ worth owning.
    Picture information with each picture.

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    Very nice...last picture seems croped, or cuted...right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulinho_BR View Post
    Very nice...last picture seems croped, or cuted...right?
    Pictures were taken from the Gran Tier (3rd row 1st balcony) from stage right. Yes, the picture is cropped and the slope of the stage is caused by the shooting angle.

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