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  1. ferny

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    Not really sure what this is. Looks like a hover fly but it was a tiny bit bigger and not yellow.

    Make - KONICA MINOLTA
    Model - DiMAGE Z10
    ExposureTime - 1/200 seconds
    ExposureProgram - Aperture priority
    ISOSpeedRatings - 400
    MaxApertureValue - F 3.29
    MeteringMode - Spot
    LightSource - Daylight
    Flash - Not fired, compulsory flash mode
    ExposureMode - Auto
    WhiteBalance - Manual
    DigitalZoomRatio - 0.00 x
    FocalLengthIn35mmFilm - 74 mm
    Contrast - Normal
    Saturation - Normal
    Sharpness - Normal
    SubjectDistanceRange - Macro

    Hand-held so had to use the highest ISO I have (400). I may play later to sort out that noise, but I'm too lazy right now. Feel free to edit if you wish.

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    did you found out that your cam remembers all settings per shot, or what happened..? ;)

    Its look nice to see a bzzz (dunno what it is either) without its wings :) I like the dof on this one, good shot
     
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    Im not sure what it is, but the picture is awesome!!!
     
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    Great shot! Awesome that it was handheld...
     
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    Lovely shot, could be some sort of wasp. Ernie
     
  6. ferny

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    Thanks for looking and replying. :)

    I wouldn't say it awesome, it's alright though. Been trying to get a shot like this for ages with bees but the best I can do is a nice sharp flower and a fuzzy bee just flying out of shot. :mrgreen:
    I spotted this guy and he was pretty slow. I was a couple of inches away from him I think.

    I like it when oither people post info about this kind of shot so I've done the same. It's only the exif data. :)
     
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