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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle
    everytime i set out specially to shoot, i have all my equipment with me, ready and all, then it rains the whole flippin day and there were times i practically stayed out for a whole day waiting for the rain to stop before i could get home.

    and then when i'm not shooting, our dear ol' Sun shines ever so brightly, everything around me i see potential shots, but then MY CAMERA IS AT HOME!
    That's where point-and-shoots comes in!

    I'm looking at the K750i. 2MP camera. reasonably good photos to tell a story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    U mean u don't review your shots, nor adjust your camera settings before the bird shoot?
    Somehow, something don't sound right...
    i dun haf a habit of reviewing lahs... tats why..... i set the "preview after shoot" function off.

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    and erm.. for me.. my settings very standard ones... so no need to set menu.. haha

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    Shot over 20 picture of fireworks, found all them were blown out.

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    oh wells.. i haf some which is too blown outs.. but since i shot in RAW, i managed to save them back. so did u shoot in raw ?

    unless urs in blown till the entire frame is white in colour lahs..

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    Add one more:

    Spent all afternoon waiting, then shooting F1 Powerboat race. Come home, realise that 90% of my shots are "missing". I don't know what happened. Most probably deleted them by accident.

    Waste time, only....
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    I had a plan to shoot the full moon rising over the water on the day of perigee.

    I stood there and waited, and the clouds covered, and it rained.

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    Hmm. An interesting revelation? See recent thread: Loss of Data.

    But it could still very well be my fault (I think????).
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