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    Default Star !!!

    was shooting birds this morning and caught a shooting JET STAR !!!!





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    “How fortunate for leaders that men do not think.” - Adolf Hitler

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    It's a bird!!

    No!! It's a Plane!!!

    Uhmmm...YES!! IT's a PLANE!!

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    hahahaha !!!!
    nice underbely isn't it ???

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    Its a manmade birdie. Anyway, your sensor is very very dusty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumball
    . Anyway, your sensor is very very dusty!!!

    ah ????
    how can u tell ???

    how to clean ???
    me using 20D.

    thanks

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    Might be just the front of the filter also lah.
    Most of the dark spots on the second pic aren't present on the first pic.

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    yes, the dark spots on your second pic. what were your setting for pic #1 and #2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaNi3L
    Most of the dark spots on the second pic aren't present on the first pic.


    now thatu mentioned it....yeah hor , got spots.......


    just check my lens filter and it is clean le.....how ah ???

    thanks

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    Dun worry, I had the same problem as you before...

    read here http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=97758 some experts advices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumball
    yes, the dark spots on your second pic. what were your setting for pic #1 and #2?

    PIc 1 = 1/640, f8, ISO 400, +1

    PIc 2 = 1/1000, f8, ISO 400, +1


    thanks.


    oh yeah, thanks for the link
    Last edited by mervin; 15th April 2005 at 01:48 PM.

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