Anyways... I have been testing it out and learning its functions and how they all gel together. And here are a few decent photos I reaped out of a small series of 200 shoot. *cough cough snicker** Some are set on automatic, some have in-built camera filters added to them, and some are full-on manual ones. Please be aware that each photos hover around 30 megs in size. Whenever possible, I tried not to crop or resize them and used a TIFF compression instead of JPEG, which is much higher in quality but at the cost of a higher file size.
|Little Ratty is a terrible subject for photography. Show her the camera and she's out of here...|
Unless she's mesmerized by a cardboard box. ;)
Taken using H-FS014042 lens, intelligent ISO and auto-focus.
|Early morning light, just before the sun peeks over the trees.|
Taken using H-FS45150 zoom lens, manual focus, 160 ISO, in-built vibrancy filter.
|Unlike Ratty, Boofy loves posing for the camera. Sunning herself in the dinning room.|
Taken using H-FS014042 lens, 400 ISO and manual focus.
|Morning light streaming across our very barren golden rain tree.|
Trying to capture some lens flares (top left corner)
Taken using H-FS014042 lens, 160 ISO and auto-focus.