Duck & Racoonisms ...

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  1. CanadianVitamin

    CanadianVitamin TPF Noob!

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    I usually set my camera to M(anual), I have been told many times that its crazy leaving it on that setting unless your doing macro work so yesterday I decided to try my AUTO setting out.

    I had previously been disappointed with the results from the AUTO setting but this time it wasent so bad.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    It is the first time I hear that AUTO is said to be better than M(anual), but the results you got here out of trying out the AUTO settings are quite good, indeed.

    When you have to be really, really fast, then I think AUTO might do you a favour. Maybe that racoon would otherwise have gone? If so, then be happy about AUTO :D.

    The photos are very clear and sharp. GOOD.
     
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    Both look nice and sharp!

    Sweet little face on the raccoon.
     
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    Perfectly exposed.

    In regards to the auto thing - auto focus can sometimes be effective for wildlife shots but I haven't heard the same thing for completly auto?
     

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