Lekky-Man
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Anyone Else On A.Net Using An S7000?

Sun Jan 18, 2004 12:16 pm

The title says it all, any takers?
 
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RE: Anyone Else On A.Net Using An S7000?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 12:51 am

I used to have an S5000 but sold it to 707cmf  Innocent

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Lekky-Man
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RE: Anyone Else On A.Net Using An S7000?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 1:49 am

Nobody else then?

Oh well, thought I'd ask!!
 
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RE: Anyone Else On A.Net Using An S7000?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 3:05 am

My dad and I just got S7000s for ourselves around Christmas. Unfortunately we haven't been able to use them in aircraft photography yet. However, back in December I gave my parents a ride over Philadelphia in A Grumman Tiger AA-5 with my instructor. My dad shot 50 or so pictures with his S7000 (brand new at the time). The results were pretty damn good, compared to our previous results with the predecessor Fuji S602.

Too bad none of the pictures were accepted by A.net though. Maybe I can get some of them and post them on my non-aviation related website and post a link in here later.

Overall, its an excellent camera. Fast zoom times and reasonably quick focus delay. Picture quality is a step above the S602 when on the 12 Megapixel emulation mode. I just want to test the thing on actual moving aircraft, that will be the true test.

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Lekky-Man
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RE: Anyone Else On A.Net Using An S7000?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 2:09 am

Do you use any photo editing software?

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