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    Can someone post some pics take by your 2800z for reference?

    Is there any promotion now for it? Like giving freebies, etc.

    Thanks advance.

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    the night shot is too bad.
    Really can't see anything in low light condition.
    Other then that it is not bad.

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    Originally posted by shev
    the night shot is too bad.
    Really can't see anything in low light condition.
    Other then that it is not bad.
    Color tend to be a bit over-saturated but some ppl prefer it this way.....cos color nicer and not dull.

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    Originally posted by shev
    the night shot is too bad.
    Really can't see anything in low light condition.
    Other then that it is not bad.
    How about night close shot with flash light?

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    Originally posted by siewsphone


    How about night close shot with flash light?
    The pix will turn out ok even if the subject can't be seen thru the EVF....just make sure that the subject is within flash range to make it work.

    Sometimes the AF may fail to work in near darkness....that can't be help unless the DC can be retrofitted wif a AF assist light.

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    Originally posted by Jayan


    The pix will turn out ok even if the subject can't be seen thru the EVF....just make sure that the subject is within flash range to make it work.

    Sometimes the AF may fail to work in near darkness....that can't be help unless the DC can be retrofitted wif a AF assist light.
    I read from somewhere that some people will point a laser pointer at the subject and try to lock the focus on the red dot. Think it might work but... heh.. a little bit weird =p
    Canon Lover :)

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    Originally posted by Klause


    I read from somewhere that some people will point a laser pointer at the subject and try to lock the focus on the red dot. Think it might work but... heh.. a little bit weird =p
    Actually a flash light works too...the DC just need to know what distance to focus at.

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