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    Keen Eye

    My youngest daughter has claimed my Finepix S7000...I fear for my EOS...I really do

    Keen Eye

    Keen Eye

    [COLOR="Gray"]Camera: Canon EOS 450D
    Exposure: 0.003 sec (1/320)
    Aperture: f/10.0
    Focal Length: 35 mm
    ISO Speed: 200
    Exposure Bias: -2/3 EV
    Flash: Off

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    Re: Keen Eye

    You lucky wotsit

    You mean you have an excuse to upgrade yourself and pass on the 450D in a few months!
    Many would give an arm for that.

    My kids aren't interested enough, maybe I should try harder

    Nice pics by the way Steve

    Cheers,
    Last edited by Dave Humphries; 15th March 2009 at 08:43 PM. Reason: forgot to mention the pics are good too

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    Re: Keen Eye

    I think the first shot in particular is so good. Your daughter's eye against the camera doesn't need a title, it speaks for itself.

    Nice shot. You are lucky to have such a good model too!

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    Re: Keen Eye

    I agree the first shot is great (although probably just a crop from the second.)
    there is just something that doesn't sound right..for some reason, when I see those kind of shots, I was expecting an old model of camera..like in the 80s...
    that one is way to recent!

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    Re: Keen Eye

    You mean you have an excuse to upgrade yourself and pass on the 450D in a few months!
    Many would give an arm for that.
    I never thought of it that way but with the eldest daughter wanting a car I think I will just have to handcuff my 450D to my wrist. Actually you have raised a very good point. From what I can make out most people seem to advise investment in glass. How much more punch for the pound would I get from say owning a Canon body at twice the price?

    Nice shot. You are lucky to have such a good model too!
    She is very outgoing she is taking media and performing arts related subjects at school so does not miss a chance to get in front of a camera.
    when I see those kind of shots, I was expecting an old model of camera..like in the 80s...
    that one is way to recent!
    Actually you have a point. I may get her to play around with my old OM2N. better still I know my Dad has a couple of Leica cameras from the sixties...even better.

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