Happy with my EX2

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Ysarex
Ysarex Senior Member • Posts: 1,247
Happy with my EX2
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I've pretty well adjusted to the switch form my EX1 to EX2 and I'm very pleased with the results. Here's a couple closeup floral shots from my walks in the past week. I even took one at ISO 200 and found the result quite acceptable.

Joe

Ornamental Pear.



Bush Honeysuckle (An evil invasive species -- this stuff just won't die! Got it in one of our gardens.)



Crab Apple.



Wild Clematis gone to seed.



Samsung TL500 (EX1)
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brianj Forum Pro • Posts: 14,657
Re: Happy with my EX2

Ysarex wrote:

I've pretty well adjusted to the switch form my EX1 to EX2 and I'm very pleased with the results. Here's a couple closeup floral shots from my walks in the past week. I even took one at ISO 200 and found the result quite acceptable.

ush Honeysuckle (An evil invasive species -- this stuff just won't die! Got it in one of our gardens.)



Thanks for the feedback, they all look very good.

I think if I upgrade I will be looking for a model that is smaller, mainly in thickness, and maybe a bit lighter, and with a bit more zoom.  The only one that fits the bill so far is the canon S110.

Brian



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KimberlyC Veteran Member • Posts: 7,098
Re: Happy with my EX2

Very nice photos.

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RMW487
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Re: Happy with my EX2

Ysarex wrote:

I've pretty well adjusted to the switch form my EX1 to EX2 and I'm very pleased with the results. Here's a couple closeup floral shots from my walks in the past week. I even took one at ISO 200 and found the result quite acceptable.

Joe

Ornamental Pear.



Bush Honeysuckle (An evil invasive species -- this stuff just won't die! Got it in one of our gardens.)



Crab Apple.



Wild Clematis gone to seed.



EX2 dose have a slight increase in picture quality compared to EX1. My only wish would be smaller, slimmer and more compact EX2. So for now I'll stick with my pocket bulging EX1.  Like your posted pictures very much, well done.

RMW487.

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marcg60
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Re: Happy with my EX2

brianj wrote:

Ysarex wrote:

I've pretty well adjusted to the switch form my EX1 to EX2 and I'm very pleased with the results. Here's a couple closeup floral shots from my walks in the past week. I even took one at ISO 200 and found the result quite acceptable.

ush Honeysuckle (An evil invasive species -- this stuff just won't die! Got it in one of our gardens.)



Thanks for the feedback, they all look very good.

I think if I upgrade I will be looking for a model that is smaller, mainly in thickness, and maybe a bit lighter, and with a bit more zoom. The only one that fits the bill so far is the canon S110.

Brian



I bought this weekend on ebay for this reasons the tl350. The same very good picture quality and manuals, but much lighter and less bulky.

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Ysarex
Ysarex OP Senior Member • Posts: 1,247
Re: Happy with my EX2

RMW487 wrote:

Ysarex wrote:

I've pretty well adjusted to the switch form my EX1 to EX2 and I'm very pleased with the results. Here's a couple closeup floral shots from my walks in the past week. I even took one at ISO 200 and found the result quite acceptable.

Joe

EX2 dose have a slight increase in picture quality compared to EX1. My only wish would be smaller, slimmer and more compact EX2. So for now I'll stick with my pocket bulging EX1. Like your posted pictures very much, well done.

RMW487.

Thanks, I wanted a pocket camera too. I started years ago with shirt pocket Sonys and Panasonics and eventually found the Samsung TL350 (WB2000). I'd ruled out the EX1 as too big because the lens didn't retract. My new TL350 however was defective. After 90 days of service hell I sat down at the computer and devoted a day to digging up real email addresses of top Samsung Execs. I sent out about 10 emails and got a hit. US director of customer service apologized and sent me an EX1 consolation prize. I fell in love with it. When it was stolen a year later I ordered a new one the next day. Now I have an EX2 and I wish it were smaller but I wouldn't trade it for any other compact camera.

Enjoy your EX1.

Joe

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