Not exactly - she lives on a different continent! But I purloined a
few images when she arrived for Christmas - Borneo was a stopover on
the way. I used a loan unit - it was shelf stock by the look.
Shooting at maximum extension and hand held, a test shot of a static
subject in bright sunlight was remarkably sharp. The Fuji S5600
(S5200 to you) by comparison was horribly soft. I was very surprised.
Of course, results in dimmer conditions might be a different matter.
I know that IS is a big selling point and I have seen survey data
that indicates that buyers are very happy to have it after purchase
(more important to them than they had estimated before purchase) but
I think it a bit overrated is all. Still, 'tis true that they'll have
to get it and Oly knows that.
On 08/02/2006, at 12:38 AM, Chuck Norcutt wrote:
> Sorry, I didn't realize that you owned one of these.
> Chuck Norcutt
> Andrew Fildes wrote:
>> This one looks sharp enough to me -
>> Taken by my daughter-in-law in Sabah (Borneo) and she's a classic
>> "it's all in auto because I'm clueless' shooter.
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