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Captured: Jan 1, 2011
Uploaded: Sep 22, 2011 (UTC)
Focal length: 10 mm
Shutter speed: 1/125 sec
Aperture: F3.5
ISO: 140
Exposure comp.: ±0.00

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Total comments: 16
John Cal
By John Cal (Oct 1, 2011)

Ironically this is real world image of the world today. Well tickle me Elmo. Elmo is completely the wrong colour which ever way you look at it. Tee hee

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Gorpalm
By Gorpalm (Sep 24, 2011)

Jeez, they allegedly only targeting compact users with a camera that costs double/triple of a premium compact but produces the same kind of results? Lovely.

Buying an ILC I would want/expect shallow DoF in the above result.

Ok the high-ISO shots of the Nikon are pretty good, but anybody seen what advances have been made in high ISO performance w compact cameras recently? Will a compact user (remember, these are the people they say they are targeting) care more about high-ISO performance than the price-tag?

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bricci_mn
By bricci_mn (Sep 23, 2011)

Are they fixed focus f11? :D
Also TOO blue hues in these pics. Talking of Nikon it is also something strange, being the majority of the pictures taken with their cameras coming from a quite nice warm yellowish world...

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Cenk
By Cenk (Sep 23, 2011)

Too much DoF...

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khunpapa
By khunpapa (Sep 23, 2011)

Agree. It's not UW. You've to multiply focal length AND Depth of Field by 2.7.

Best for macrophotography. Shot with 105mm macro @ f/11 will give you 2.7 : 1 photo with DOF of 11 x 2.7 or about f/29-equivalent DOF !

Or low cost super-telephoto? The AF-S 300 mm f/4.0D-ED will give your bird size bigger than that price-of-leg&arm AF-S 600 mm f/4.0G-ED.

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bobby335i
By bobby335i (Sep 22, 2011)

its not ultra wide, its 27mm equivalent to 35mm format

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EricoftheNorth
By EricoftheNorth (Sep 22, 2011)

Well, if anyone has ever used a 10mm ultra wide, they would already know that this would have zero bokeh. Simple physics.

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Ashley Pomeroy
By Ashley Pomeroy (Sep 22, 2011)

Ignoring the picture quality, that's a pretty shoddy Elmo suit. I wouldn't be tempted to tickle him.

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novak977
By novak977 (Sep 22, 2011)

this is the sad part - f3.5 and everything is in focus.
Hello NEX!

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marc baumser
By marc baumser (Sep 22, 2011)

The fine detail in the fur looks like average P&S quality

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zanypoet
By zanypoet (Sep 22, 2011)

Ughhh!!!

DOF no better than a cheap sub $120 P&S.

And color's no better either...

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J i m
By J i m (Sep 22, 2011)

Does anyone else think the reds on Elmo look oversaturated to the point of losing detail?

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Cy Cheze
By Cy Cheze (Sep 22, 2011)

Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Grouch, and Kermit are all very saturated fellows, don't you think? Kids and early color TV cameras loved the bright tones, even if very flat or glaring.

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JackM
By JackM (Sep 22, 2011)

Red is tough on any sensor, but this is pretty poor.

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DioCanon
By DioCanon (Sep 22, 2011)

3.5 sorry

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DioCanon
By DioCanon (Sep 22, 2011)

f3.3 >>> no bokeh >>> CRAP

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Total comments: 16