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A New Camera To Play With

Posted by linesman (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 1, 09 at 23:37

Hello Everyone

I am usually on the "Electrical Fourm".
I am new to this fourm.
I am from Myrtle Beach,SC.

This little fellow was around, and since I just got a new camera for Christmas
I thought I would get to try it out and learn more about how this camera works.

He was the only one around so he was able to fill up on mealworms..

Photobucket

I'll try to post more pictures.

Have A Nice Day
Linesman


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RE: A New Camera To Play With

Nice shot!..what kind of camera did you grab?


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RE: A New Camera To Play With

Hello there crunchpa

The picture was taken with a "Canon Powershot SX10IS" 20x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom /10MP.

I have just been taking pictures of anything I can, to learn what the camera can do.

I still have a lot to learn as I know nothing about them... Thanks for the reply.

The price has gone up $20.00 as of Feb 1st at the Camera 2 link


Camera 1

Have A Nice Day
Linesman

Here is a link that might be useful: Camera 2


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RE: A New Camera To Play With

Nice blue bird shot, Linesman!.. we don't have these up here,...great camera!..best bang for the bucks!

You can also post birds on the bird watching forum.

Konrad


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RE: A New Camera To Play With

Great shot, Linesman.
I like the blue to gold/brown color shadings of the bird's feathers. It's also very amusing with his pop-eyed grub-fest!
Good job!
Keep snapping. (:

Cream


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RE: A New Camera To Play With

Nice shot, Linesman. Bluebirds tend to be skittish around people, and I have a hard time getting photos of them. Although there are quite a few of them in the Texas Crosstimbers area, many people here aren't even aware that bluebirds are indigenous to the area.


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