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Old 20th July 2015
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Re: Some you win some you lose

I don't ever recall see a squirrel with such prominent teats, and I've shot quite a few in my time.
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Re: Some you win some you lose

There's no answer to that ��
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Re: Some you win some you lose

Cameras!! We can never trust them to work properly when we really need them

Now if you had a canon............hang on........let me finish..........if you a canon we would not have got the first photo
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Re: Some you win some you lose

I am a total beginner and have just upgraded to the E-pl5. Determined not to shoot in auto mode. I find the on screen menu fantastic. I am no longer afraid to try different settings, even if they don't always work.
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Re: Some you win some you lose

I'm currently trying 'S' mode for my wildlife shots. I've set the shutter to 1/2000 or faster, selected Auto ISO with the upper limit set to 6400, default 800. So far the results are encouraging as compared to 'A' mode and constantly hunting up and down the ISO setting from SCP to keep the shutter speed up.
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