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I spend a small fortune on camera equipment and my son..

Discussion in 'Sports Photography' started by Rich Gibson, Apr 12, 2007.

  1. takes these with a point and shoot!

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    This one's a home run!
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    :mad:  :mad: 

    Rich
     
  2. :biggrin: Yup, go figure! Sometimes the P&S cameras do a pretty darned good job.
     
  3. eng45ine

    eng45ine

    May 11, 2005
    Chicago, IL
    Absolutely nothing wrong with those results.
     
  4. I know! I know!

    :mad: 
     
  5. nipprdog

    nipprdog

    Jun 8, 2006
    IN

    yes, but how did they get ISO 80?

    "that ain't right" :wink:

    btw, like father, like son. :biggrin: :biggrin:
     
  6. Gale

    Gale

    978
    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    lol
    Nice shots
     
  7. gadgetguy11

    gadgetguy11

    Nov 16, 2005
    Kentucky
    He is super talented! Looks like he needs Nikon equipment for birthday / Christmas...? :870:
     
  8. sometimes we forget to point and shoot our big rigs enough, worrying about this that and the other thing
     
  9. Snipps

    Snipps

    896
    Oct 7, 2006
    in good sunlight like shown here, a good P&S will usually perform as well as a DSLR, and much less hassle.
     
  10. Rich, stop whining - sell the Nikons and buy a Point & Shoot!! :biggrin:
     
  11. Jeff Mims

    Jeff Mims

    May 25, 2005
    Mississippi
    Superb shots!

    Somehow, I doubt it's my equipment holding me back. And these shots just confirm it.:redface:
     
  12. Actually if you can get the shutter lag down, some of the 10X and 12X P & S cameras are quite amazing. I use to shoot a C-740 3 Meg 10X. It turned out some amazing shots. I introduced myself on this forum with some of my Little League shots I did for the League and local newspaper. It just got to the point that all the parents in the stand had Nikons and Canon DSLRs. Of course, it is the person behind the camera that is most important, but a look of professionalism does help some too.
     
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