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Fuji, Day and Dusk

January 21st, 2005

Just a few photos of Fuji with the new camera, at full optical zoom.

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  1. Enumclaw
    January 22nd, 2005 at 16:11 | #1

    It’s creepy just how much Mt Fuji looks like Mt St Helens USED to look. Before it blew off over a thousand feet of its top.

    Good pictures, though. Have you blown many up into prints, and if so, how’s the quality? I’m needing a new digicam and the lower # of megapixels scares me about your camera model…

    Paul
    Enumclaw

  2. Luis
    January 22nd, 2005 at 19:55 | #2

    Yeah, Fuji is not a dormant volcano–it last erupted about 300 years ago, I think… the local governments have plans for acting should it go. Hopefully that won’t happen in July or August, when there are many thousands of people all up and down the two or three pathways to the peak. That would not be good.

    As for prints, I never make prints any more, so I can’t tell you how they come out. Sorry. But they do say that if you want to make 8×10 prints, that they would not be like 35mm blowups with only 3.2 megapixels; I think they recommend a minimum of 4 or something. So I suppose that if you’re going to make big prints, this model won’t be so much for you. Otherwise, it is a great camera.

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