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  • [Question] Photo question...

    Probably wrong place for this but... I am contemplating a new camera and my mom just got an Olympus 30x Zoom. Anyone shoot in DLR with it so I can see how pics turn out?
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    Re: Photo question...

    I personally don't have that camera, but I would read the instructions and play around with the camera settings a little. My biggest problem when I went to the parks this last June was that almost all of my pictures on rides were coming out blurry. A couple days ago I messed around with some settings and the shutter speed (and other technical words i can't remember) and it helped a great deal.

    This is not the answer you're looking for, but my advice would be to play around with it and go a little photo crazy for a few days.

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      Re: Photo question...

      If this is the camera you are talking about,
      Olympus SP-800UZ 14MP Digital Camera with 30x Wide Angle Dual Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.0 inch LCD

      It looks like a pretty darn good camera. It does allow shooting in RAW, which is very important and comes in extremely handy at Disneyland.

      Personally, I would still go with a DSLR but for the money, it is a good camera.
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