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    Default nite shots with 2600z

    sorry pic too big
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    Last edited by MaGixShOe; 25th April 2002 at 11:21 PM.

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    Last edited by MaGixShOe; 25th April 2002 at 11:25 PM.

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    ???

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    Originally posted by kylelam77
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    lax lax got some prob

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    after boosting up the brightness


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    heh
    0.5 secs suxs!!

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    ok, i see it now..... Hmm, it seems a little dark.

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    Is 0.5s the longest exposure time for ur dc?

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    its a cheapo cam
    cant blame

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    Originally posted by kylelam77
    Is 0.5s the longest exposure time for ur dc?
    yeah
    hehee
    great uh

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    Dont worry about your camera, next time.. use a super big flash to flash the night bright.

    j/k here, realisticly speaking, from the pics, you can tell that your camera isnt built to take nightshots, so you can forget about it and concentrate on day shots.

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    is there a typo in ur sentence?
    it seems funny...
    anyway flash can use meh?
    at nite...... i tink if the sun come out as my flash then can lah

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    the reply comes in 2 parts.

    read it as if its a seperated post..

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    oh then i must have misread it

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    Fuji 2600 is a good camera for day shots. You shd focus on taking picture where there is sufficient light. Don't sulk on the nite shot thingy.

    If it really bothers you, then I wld suggest you get another DC that can handle multi-sec exposures. Just like what I did (I sold my Fuji2800z to get the A40).

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    okie i now concentrate to take the sky during the day

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    I think after boosting the brightness, it is brighter...but I think it's too yellowish-orange. Dun remember HBD lights to be so orange in colour. Seems like the whole picture only the lights are clearer. Guess that's why they say Fuji cameras not so good in night shots. Maybe you should really try some day shots. Might be nicer.

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    Its the limitation of Magix's cam... its not designed for night shot...

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    ........... i dun get watbaby means
    street lights ARE orange in colour rite?

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    got some day shots in the other theard
    but sucky coz i didnt see properly then take
    will try to get some better ones up

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