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Offline mhh

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Dammit AE photo/search thing is dead, got some cool pics of Jan doing the same thing. :cool:

Damn! How can I find Amanda now??   :o

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Damn! How can I find Amanda now??   :o
Mondi will send you his personal copies.

Offline AshSimmonds

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Offline dkabab

I have this camera on loan from Nikon at the moment, taking it with me O/S. Its a Nikon Coolpix A.


pretty happy with it, something most of you frequent travellers might like. Like the sony rx100 lots of you have, this has a large sensor, but this time its an APS-C sensor out of an slr. Only downsides are it doesn't zoom, but I'm not very fussed with that.
I usually only use wide angle lenses for travel.

few sample images below.

16mp aps-c sensor
18.5mm f2.8 lens (28mm)

iso 400


ISO 3200


iso 3200/iso100


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Offline dkabab

Some serious chromatic aberrations there

yep, has a few issues with cramming a large sensor behind a small lens. it works a lot better at higher apertures.

Offline futurism

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the rx100 killer feature is the low light frame stacking
I use it more often than not
This may be because of the types of photos I tend to take when on holidays, but I really dont think I could do without it

Not sure if the nikon does something similar, I have never really seen it in another camera, and not in a phone either, where it would seem to be really useful

frame stacking takes 5+ photos at 1/40 or more in very quick succession, individually all highly underexposed, lines them up on top of each other to give you a single correctly exposed photo, the processing in camera takes about a second
No flash!

Offline anotherforumuser

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I think I saw that my Lumix does that with 12fps burst shooting. If I ever used it outside of auto mode, I could probably find out.

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