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Lightbulb Look what the New Mk2 can do

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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

Very impressive. Unfortunately, I don't have a Clare.

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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

Hi didn't Nikon, have this ability on one of their camera's a while back.
I seem to recall it being in advertisement selling point.

Not bursting Olympuses bubble.
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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

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Hi didn't Nikon, have this ability on one of their camera's a while back.
I seem to recall it being in advertisement selling point.

Not bursting Olympuses bubble.
Certainly not a Nikon first.

I have this feature on my Olympus mju (AKA Tough) camera. It was then called "PreCog" and was great for catching Dolphins, etc., leaping out the water.
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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

They used to call it video!
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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

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I want one! I was talking about the camera, OK?
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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

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Hi didn't Nikon, have this ability on one of their camera's a while back.
I seem to recall it being in advertisement selling point.

Not bursting Olympuses bubble.
I think our (family) has Fuji ultrazooms with pre-capture, but at lower resolutions though.
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Re: Look what the New Mk2 can do

Pretty smart, thanks for the post Graham.
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