Digital Shutterbug

Lives in United States United States
Works as a Retired electronics engineer
Joined on Apr 11, 2004

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  • Yes. i.e., if you go to Aperture priority, the camera will return to the settings last used in that mode. You don't need to go through all your various settings to get back to your normal setup. Yo ...
  • You really only need the menu to store your settings. Once saved, when you rotate the dial to the MR position, the camera display pops up with your stored setting choices (1,2,3 etc.). Simply ...
  • Go back in the threads from maybe 1 to 3 months ago when people were just getting their hands on the camera and anxiously posting thoughts and images. BTW, the EXIF information will show 220mm for ...
  • There are many threads here about the RX10 III, including tons of photos at all focal lengths. All you have to do is dig a bit.
  • Nice job, Bill. You did a super job with the cattails. Movement like that can be a real challenge in pano photos.
  • Replied in Hummingbirds
    Nice shots, Jerry. I really like the last one with its wings held out in preparation for flight.
  • I use a MacBook Pro. I haven't looked at the MS website, but I assume they don't have a MAC based version of the program.
  • Look under MORE OPTIONS. It's WITHDRAW POST. There's a limited time you can do it. Great shots. I like all of them.
  • Thanks, Busch.
  • Thank you for the compliment, Douglas. I used LR to combine 6 portrait oriented exposures. I have found LR to be a very competent program for stitching. Very easy to use too. I had another series, ...
  • Thanks, Bill. It's certainly one of those places that requires a pano to capture it. A fisheye could be used, but with completely different results.
  • Created discussion thread Goosenecks Pano RX10 III
    I've been doing some touring of Colorado and Utah for the past several days. I was particularly happy seeing Goosenecks SP in SE Utah. It's certainly worth the stop if you're in the area. Gooseneck ...
  • I haven't either. But, I try to remember to turn it off as it's not needed if the tripod is properly doing it's job. If I forget, it's doesn't cause me to want to re-shoot since I have never seen ...
  • I see you just corrected yourself, but here is my input that may help the OP. That is not correct. At least on the RX10 III. I'm not familiar with Sony's other models, so I can only speak of the ...
  • Look through the forum. You'll find lots of really high quality close ups taken with the RX10 III. It will not shoot true macro (1:1 or larger). Nonetheless it will do a very credible job. I have ...
  • Selecting Steady Shot simply turns on image stabilization. It has nothing to do with any other selections. It's not a scene mode or shooting mode of any other type. Some believe that leaving ...
  • I know what you mean, Tom. I retain the information much better by playing with the camera (or whatever device). I just find that there are usually little features that I don't find out about ...
  • And a purse to match every pair of shoes. :-D
  • It's not in an obvious place. You can be forgiven for not seeing it. Now, not reading the manual. Not sure that's forgivable. ;-) I'm one of those rare birds that reads the manual for everything I ...
  • At our house it was always slide shows that caused the guests to suddenly remember that had left something on the stove.
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