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03-31-2008, 11:04 PM   #1
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One thing I've noticed about the K20D

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Oh really? why not
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I don't know if i want to get it anymore ....
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Funny thing ... I had posted what I thought was an interesting observation about the out of camera JPGs from the K20D ... after 36 folks looked in with nary a comment I thought why did I waste all that time and post images etc? So a stupid cryptic post gets comments. ;-)

If anyone is really interested I'll post the images again.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rickster Quote
Funny thing ... I had posted what I thought was an interesting observation about the out of camera JPGs from the K20D ... after 36 folks looked in with nary a comment I thought why did I waste all that time and post images etc? So a stupid cryptic post gets comments. ;-)

If anyone is really interested I'll post the images again.
we see silly comparison images daily, most of them fundementaly identical, so no one really wants to repeat themselves.

cryptic messages on the other hand...
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we see silly comparison images daily, most of them fundementaly identical, so no one really wants to repeat themselves.

cryptic messages on the other hand...
How true.

Basically I was surprised by how much detail you could pull back from a badly shot JPG from the K20D ...

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That's pretty cool in my book.

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Hey, that was shot in Montreal !
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Wow, 127 views and not one post on topic. Engaging group we have here.

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I only have positive thoughts regarding the K20D
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QuoteOriginally posted by Rickster Quote
Wow, 127 views and not one post on topic. Engaging group we have here.
Well, if you're going to remove the images (I don't see any), you hardly have room to complain.
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Well, if you're going to remove the images (I don't see any), you hardly have room to complain.
It was a wasted effort. I'll not do it again here.
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Well, what did you want us to say ? Yes, a lot of detail can be pulled from the shadows. That's not just with the K20D, BTW.
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Well, what did you want us to say ? Yes, a lot of detail can be pulled from the shadows. That's not just with the K20D, BTW.

All details pulled from shadows are not created equal.
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