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    First shot with new Canon

    Shot in manual mode, 1.6 sec @ f/3.2, ISO 100, roughly 40mm lens setting.

    It's a little soft, but I'll work on it.



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    Looks nice! Sure it will get much better once you get a feel of the new machine.

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    The dice are a nice touch!

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    Real nice Mike.... WOW!!!!

    What model Canon is that?

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    It's the new Canon SX10 IS. I think it was introduced around November of last year.

    Does awesome video too. I'll get one posted soon. It records up to an hour or 4GB whichever happens first.

    This thing has a million different settings on it, but for now I'm just getting used to using it in manual, Av, and Tv settings.
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    certainly a difference to tell on the new camera!
    It just makes your sim look even better than before ... damn it

    I'll look forward to seeing some moving image
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    You know, the dice class it up no end....

    Nice shots. Could use just a bit more light.
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