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    Re: Digital cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinie View Post
    Nice: You got that for £115??? Great deal, look like a nice camera.
    It's not the highest spec camera around, but it's got lots of good features which I'm trying out. Getting some decent results too.
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    Re: Digital cameras

    I feel u should go for a nikon SLR camera. Thats the best in market today

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    Question Re: Digital cameras

    I have a Fugi Finepix digital camera which is fine for me as I love my phtography. i do like taking pictures of landscapes and buildings no longer standing. To improve the quality of my pictures I upload them and use Adobe photo shop and Google Picasso to end with.

    What do you hope to get out of your pictures?

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    Re: Digital cameras

    Mine is a Panasonic digital camara. but i currently can't remember its model........
    I think it works well.

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    Re: Digital cameras

    I have an HP-but silly me, forgpt it at home on vacation.

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    Re: Digital cameras

    I have a Nikon 'Cool Pic.' I love it because it's easy to use, light weight, takes nice pictures, and only uses 2 AA batteries. The only thing that I dislike is that it doesn't have a little view finder above the screen. So, if the sun is too bright, I can't see how the pic looks before I snap it.

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    Re: Digital cameras

    Ever want to take your digital pictures and put them on the web or send them through e-mail? Well, you've probably wanted to resize them cuz they're just too big right from the camera. I just found this new program that's much more powerful. It's called ReaConverter. I tried it out a bit and it's pretty easy to use. In terms of resizing and convert CR2 to JPG, you can resize by percentage or set maximum height / width in pixels.

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    Re: Digital cameras

    Quote Originally Posted by ryan View Post
    Ever want to take your digital pictures and put them on the web or send them through e-mail? Well, you've probably wanted to resize them cuz they're just too big right from the camera. I just found this new program that's much more powerful. It's called ReaConverter. I tried it out a bit and it's pretty easy to use. In terms of resizing and convert CR2 to JPG, you can resize by percentage or set maximum height / width in pixels.
    Good lord, they want money for it.

    I use gm convert. It's open source, free to use and runs on Microsoft Windows®, MacOS-X and linux.

    Before you diss it, have a good look at those options. That's just the convert utility, the others in the gm package are listed here.

    I get a lot of use out of gm composite and gm mogrify too. Over the weekend I ran a mogrify and convert on over 2,000 JPG files into around 80 PDFs, adjusting and re-running by text-editing a batch command file until I had the results exactly the way I wanted them. I'd hate to do that with a mouse. It included rotations, contrast normalizing, cropping and resizing.

    If you'd like to put up a youtube video of ReaConverter in action, from starting the program to quitting, I'll do the same for gm and we can compare the two in this thread.


    eta: here we are, the command I was using...
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    gm mogrify -crop 1800x1200+200+300! -resize 25% -rotate "-90>" -normalize +profile "*" *.JPG
    ... and yes, it will recognize and convert CR2 files.
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    Re: Digital cameras

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    There are all sorts of <Advert removed by moderator> on the internet nowadays, with pretty good quality. I don't look at the budget though when im buying one, my current camera is telescopic, and i get some badass pictures !
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