Sony H1 samples - very impressed

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Andreas Buchner, Jul 11, 2005.

  1. On saturday I got my new DSC-H1 as a backup solution for my DSLR equipment.
    Yesterday I visited the "Kaltenberger Ritterspiele" (kinda mediaval knight
    tounament) with the H1. It was a very rainy day and much darker than the
    images suggest.

    Some og the higher and full tele shots were OOF, but when it stopped
    raining the AF was fast and pecise again. So I left my 350D with the 70-200
    4.0 L in the car ;-)

    I was very impressed with the response of this tiny and cheap camera. See
    the fighting knights riding with full speed and the splittering lances?

    http://www.pbase.com/anbuccos/kaltenberg_2005

    Enjoy! But please no critics yet since this was my very first shooting
    without having read a single word in the manuals ;-)

    Regards,
    Andi
    Andreas Buchner, Jul 11, 2005
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  2. Andi,
    Were nice. I was surprised how the full shot looked so much better then
    the thumb print.
    Paul



    Andreas Buchner wrote:
    > On saturday I got my new DSC-H1 as a backup solution for my DSLR equipment.
    > Yesterday I visited the "Kaltenberger Ritterspiele" (kinda mediaval knight
    > tounament) with the H1. It was a very rainy day and much darker than the
    > images suggest.
    >
    > Some og the higher and full tele shots were OOF, but when it stopped
    > raining the AF was fast and pecise again. So I left my 350D with the 70-200
    > 4.0 L in the car ;-)
    >
    > I was very impressed with the response of this tiny and cheap camera. See
    > the fighting knights riding with full speed and the splittering lances?
    >
    > http://www.pbase.com/anbuccos/kaltenberg_2005
    >
    > Enjoy! But please no critics yet since this was my very first shooting
    > without having read a single word in the manuals ;-)
    >
    > Regards,
    > Andi
    Paul Schilter, Jul 11, 2005
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  3. Andreas Buchner

    imbsysop Guest

    "Andreas Buchner" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On saturday I got my new DSC-H1 as a backup solution for my DSLR
    > equipment.
    > Yesterday I visited the "Kaltenberger Ritterspiele" (kinda mediaval knight
    > tounament) with the H1. It was a very rainy day and much darker than the
    > images suggest.
    >
    > Some og the higher and full tele shots were OOF, but when it stopped
    > raining the AF was fast and pecise again. So I left my 350D with the
    > 70-200
    > 4.0 L in the car ;-)
    >
    > I was very impressed with the response of this tiny and cheap camera. See
    > the fighting knights riding with full speed and the splittering lances?
    >
    > http://www.pbase.com/anbuccos/kaltenberg_2005
    >
    > Enjoy! But please no critics yet since this was my very first shooting
    > without having read a single word in the manuals ;-)


    I'm very impressed too ! .. Looks indeed very much like the pictures on
    dpreview for this camera ..
    imbsysop, Jul 11, 2005
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