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Amazing stuff! Good for you with your 60D!!!

 

EDIT: Try lowering the ISO, It reduces the grain,

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Wow 60D and 18-200mm are ought to be one heck of a combo, a holiday gift I suppose?

I see a lot of potential for outside shots.

 

Amazing stuff! Good for you with your 60D!!!

 

EDIT: Try lowering the ISO, It reduces the grain,

 

 

I took it out Sunday to the streets for the first time. It needs some taming. :)

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I like that (Q) photo with all the 34 Street signs, what ISO were you using? Also hows the 18-200 working out? I have the 18-135 and I still prefer my 18-55 since its lighter and fits in my little camera bag better.

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Wow 60D and 18-200mm are ought to be one heck of a combo, a holiday gift I suppose?

I see a lot of potential for outside shots.

 

 

Amazing stuff! Good for you with your 60D!!!

 

EDIT: Try lowering the ISO, It reduces the grain,

 

 

Awsome, GojiMet86.

 

 

Good ones.

 

 

Nice.

 

 

cool.

 

 

I like that (Q) photo with all the 34 Street signs, what ISO were you using? Also hows the 18-200 working out? I have the 18-135 and I still prefer my 18-55 since its lighter and fits in my little camera bag better.

 

Thanks, guys! The ISO was around 5000 to 3200. I'm doing fine with the 18-200.

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