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Old Sunday 26th May 2013, 19:03   #1
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Fuji HS50 owners

My HS50 is coming Tuesday and I am wondering what flash unit are you using or planning on getting?

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Old Sunday 26th May 2013, 20:59   #2
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My HS50 is coming Tuesday and I am wondering what flash unit are you using or planning on getting?

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Hi Terry,

You might post this question at the end of this thread: http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=252231.

Not that everything has to be done in one place, but a lot of HS50 owners interchange information there.

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[quote=elkcub;2736351]Hi Terry,

You might post this question at the end of this thread: http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=252231.

Not that everything has to be done in one place, but a lot of HS50 owners interchange information there.

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Thank you! I was afraid I may be getting "off subject" on that thread so I started my own.

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Old Sunday 10th November 2013, 09:37   #4
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Watercolour effect

I wonder if anyone can explain the "watercolour effect" in this shot.

This is the original file from the camera, quite big and completely unedited
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Old Monday 11th November 2013, 20:57   #5
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I wonder if anyone can explain the "watercolour effect" in this shot.

This is the original file from the camera, quite big and completely unedited
Beyond me, but perhaps try one of the Fuji web sites or one of the photography forums.
It seems clear that the cameras built in image processing applied some effect
that produces this painted look. I do not think that this is a normal performance. Are there any pictures immediately before or after that might help find out what is happening here?
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Looks like chronic jpeg effects. Very strange.
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I wonder if anyone can explain the "watercolour effect" in this shot.

This is the original file from the camera, quite big and completely unedited
Probably the effect of digital zoom.
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Old Sunday 1st December 2013, 21:10   #8
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My HS50 is coming Tuesday and I am wondering what flash unit are you using or planning on getting?

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I'll be using the EF-42 I got for the HS20.
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Could the effect be caused by the camera over sharpening for some reason ?
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I wonder if anyone can explain the "watercolour effect" in this shot.

This is the original file from the camera, quite big and completely unedited
That could be the effect of aggressive NR so if you haven't set it up yet, dial it to -2 (lowest) and Sharpness to 0.
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