Discussion in 'Photography' started by NAREN64, Jul 23, 2010.
The moon was shot at 800x (400x optical zoom X 2x digital zoom )
Didn't quite get that? you mean 400mm (full frame equiv) ? I don't think that image is taken with S100. How come Exif shows HS10/HS11?
Please refresh my earlier post - I have fully edited it from the initial Wow to some interesting find.
Sorry , pls. rd. it 400mm instead of 400x .
Can you please share more details about that shot? The camera setup, shutter speed, ISO and aperture? Any PP done on that image?
Mistakenly this image was posted as from my S100FS , This snap was from my friends (Then newly launched Fuji HS10) which we were taking trial shots for the same.I will try to get u exif details for the same.
Pls. find moon thru my S100FS
details of the image :-
TAKEN ON :- 29/12/2009,
SLIGHTLY PROCESSED ON PhotoscAPE (FREEWARE ),
FL = 101.5mm,
aperture 5.3 ,
Forgot to mention Image taken at -- 400mm X 2x digital zoom
Alrighty! Now I'd like to say Respect++ for HS10. The sharpness of that image even at the tele-end (720mm ff equiv) can put some budget SLR lenses to shame.
But thats where the ++ ends with HS10 , with long zooms ( HS10 ) barrel distortion is high, also Sensor is CMOS & smaller one as compared to 100fs ( SuperCCD ). If we add a Raynox DCR 2025 teleconvertor ( @ 15K) on S100 fs ,Results are far better than HS 10.
Really? barrel distortion at longer zooms? I have seen notable barrel distortions only at wide angles for any lenses.
And I read in reviews that HS10 has only some pincushion distortion at longer zooms.
Adding a tele-converter to medium zoom can give superior results than a factory made super zoom lens? :confused
Awesome snaps there Clevermax, Grandeur & mescotc. ::T
Few snaps from my side :
1) Clicked from Kushal Nagar.
2) Clicked from my hometown. I tried to focus on the tip of the flower, but i didn't get it right.
3) Clicked during the School Youth Fest last year. This was clicked in relatively higher ISO.
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