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  1. earleybird

    HS50 EXR settings for bird photography

    where have you sourced the infomation that a Canon SX40 would be the bridge camera of choice amongst the birding fraternity ? By the time you have switched the camera on waited until its ready to take a picture and then press the zoom motor button and wait until the lens has slowly wound its...
  2. earleybird

    HS50 EXR settings for bird photography

    not sure how one would compare a camera that has a manual zoom lens and manual focus .....with a camera that has a motorised zoom lens and no manual focus.? Many believe that image quality is all about the camera . Its really isn't ! Its about how well we understand photography and how...
  3. earleybird

    HS50 EXR settings for bird photography

    there is no comparison that could be made between the Fuji HS50 and the Canon SX40. The two cameras are so different that they are in no way comparable. You need to compare the features and performance specifications
  4. earleybird

    HS50 EXR settings for bird photography

    this is a pretty dead thread now but then the camera has been out for 2x years plus ;) if you have the time to read through the entire thread you will learn a lot about using the camera , settings and especially taking bird pictures. You need to be aware that taking pictures at or near max...
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