Z1015 Out Of Mothballs
I'm unretiring a Z1015IS in preparation for a spring desert wildflower adventure because I believe it'll provide punchier, more saturated color than my current main camera, a Canon SX40.
The 1015 wasn't used a whole lot before being essentially replaced, so I wonder if anybody out there in DPR-land might have suggestions for getting the best out of the camera in the desert wildflower pursuit.
I mean aside from photography basics, has anybody found that a particular setting or combination of settings works particularly well for such a task?
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