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Old September 22nd 05, 12:58 AM
Rich
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Well, here are some sample images from the last of the mega prosumers
to make it's appearance, the Samsung 815. Too bad for the horrible
noise, even at 100ISO and the poor lens sharpness. This leaves only
the expensive ($1000) Sony R1 as the only possible DSLR challenger
and even it's exposures at 800 and 1600 do not match the average entry
level DSLR for noise supression.

For the sample noise, note the boat in the one image.
For lack of sharpness, notice the first model's face.

http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...tabmenu=3#tabs
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Old September 22nd 05, 08:37 PM
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"Rich" wrote in message
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Well, here are some sample images from the last of the mega prosumers


Who gave you this job?
Who led you to believe that we wanted somebody to scour the internet for
items that might be in some way related to this NG?



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Old September 23rd 05, 09:38 AM
nv
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In ,
Rich scribed:
Well, here are some sample images from the last of the mega prosumers
to make it's appearance, the Samsung 815. Too bad for the horrible
noise, even at 100ISO and the poor lens sharpness. This leaves only
the expensive ($1000) Sony R1 as the only possible DSLR challenger
and even it's exposures at 800 and 1600 do not match the average entry
level DSLR for noise supression.

For the sample noise, note the boat in the one image.
For lack of sharpness, notice the first model's face.

http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...tabmenu=3#tabs



Now look what you've gone and done....
"Page Not Found:
http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...sp?pro_uid=498


The page you requested can't be located, please check the spelling of the
web address.
If the problem persists then it could be due to that the web site is
currently unavailable."

You've hurt their feelings.


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Old September 23rd 05, 09:45 AM
David J Taylor
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nv wrote:
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Now look what you've gone and done....
"Page Not Found:
http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...sp?pro_uid=498


The page you requested can't be located, please check the spelling of
the web address.
If the problem persists then it could be due to that the web site is
currently unavailable."

You've hurt their feelings.


Works fine here.


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Old September 23rd 05, 02:36 PM
no_name
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David J Taylor wrote:

nv wrote:
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Now look what you've gone and done....
"Page Not Found:
http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...sp?pro_uid=498


The page you requested can't be located, please check the spelling of
the web address.
If the problem persists then it could be due to that the web site is
currently unavailable."

You've hurt their feelings.



Works fine here.



Netscape prompts to open it with some unknown application or save to
disk? Screw that!
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Old September 23rd 05, 05:26 PM
David J Taylor
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no_name wrote:
David J Taylor wrote:

nv wrote:
[]

Now look what you've gone and done....
"Page Not Found:
http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...sp?pro_uid=498


The page you requested can't be located, please check the spelling
of the web address.
If the problem persists then it could be due to that the web site is
currently unavailable."

You've hurt their feelings.



Works fine here.



Netscape prompts to open it with some unknown application or save to
disk? Screw that!


Nothing unusual here.

David


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Old September 24th 05, 09:02 AM
Charles
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On Wed, 21 Sep 2005 19:58:28 -0400, Rich wrote:

Well, here are some sample images from the last of the mega prosumers
to make it's appearance, the Samsung 815. Too bad for the horrible
noise, even at 100ISO and the poor lens sharpness. This leaves only
the expensive ($1000) Sony R1 as the only possible DSLR challenger
and even it's exposures at 800 and 1600 do not match the average entry
level DSLR for noise supression.

For the sample noise, note the boat in the one image.
For lack of sharpness, notice the first model's face.

http://www.samsungcamera.com/product...tabmenu=3#tabs



Sometimes it's not clear why Rich posts what he does. I have just
realized it's because of the plastic in my monitor.
 




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