It seems to do a decent job, this is a night shot of the Shields ferry at the North Shields side of the river.
Three shots were taken (tripod mounted) and instantly merged in the camera, the process took about ten seconds.
Interestingly, in Ted's Camera Store, was a little display of different sized sensors, and the "c" size being bigger, is the better one to get in a camera. It makes all the difference, not the megapixels. I am beginning to finally understand all this stuff
I recall Sherri's 2mp camera, taking such amazing photos of the balloon ride over the Yarra Valley some years ago when we met up, and was amazed at the picture quality, and it was only 2 meg! But the sensor would have been bigger then, so hence the good picture quality. Now, with cramming in so much into a smaller camera with huge mega zoom, high meg pix and something has to give, so the sensor size can be quite small. So best to stick with a lower mp cam and bigger sensor. I hope that all makes umm...sense
You are absolutely right Bri, but, you only live once and I like my toys so I got myself another on to play with.gtirbri wrote:They are cracking cars, just cost to much for what they are
The daughters happy she has the other one now.........always was a bit of a girls car the cabriolet if I am honest.
I dont think there are many people left (including the Top Gear Team) that think the Top Gear team's views on cars (or anything else for that matter) should be taken seriously, they'll say anything to get a reaction in the increasingly painful autumn of their careers.
I happened to literally bump into Clarkson in a shop entrance in Manchester and he muttered "get out, of my way". I firstly apologised but then just stood there, he is as weak as water, he eventually moved back into the shop to let us in and my wife came out with a priceless gem "pack it in, let the poor guy past, you don't know who's who down hear" he looked crest fallen as he side stepped us. "Did you not recognise him" I said "that was Jeremy Clarkson", "the MP" she said " you need glasses".
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Love the look of your car, westoelad.
Had to google Jeremy clarkson to see the photos as I know there are 3 men on the top gear show but I don't know any of their names.
He sounds rather rude, actually, if he said to get out of his way, just because you reached a doorway together.
I always find that entire show of Top Gear a bit rude to the audience. Unless I am mistaken, they seem to have to stand up for the whole show. It wouldn't have been that hard to design a studio with tiers and chairs.
This sculpture stands in the magnificent gardens on the front terrace of Harewood House near Wetherby in Yorkshire.sherri wrote:Where was that taken, westoelad?
Overlooking spectacular country side and gardens.
They moved to Stepney Bank, Ouseburn http://www.mps-photographic.co.uk/westoelad wrote:I used to have an a3 printer epson 1200 something or other and it did a decent job with epson durabrite inks which were expensive. I tried the compatible inks which when first printed looked the dogs...but after a few months the depreciated badly. The only way to assure yourself of an excellent print is go to a photographic shop and have them printed professionaly on professional paper, the results are tremendous and guaranteed for thirty years. I used to use a camera shop in Carliole Square Newcastle at the very bottom of Worswick Street but sadly it has gone and the building is under revite.