Superzooms: A few Non-Avian images

Excerpts from: Digital Photography Review – Canon Talk Forum

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We shoot all our Canon superzooms with reduced in-camera jpeg settings, and post-process each selected shot individually. Most of our images are shot with low ISO, long focal lengths, and at modest range. Under these conditions the SX30 is pretty hard to beat for high-resolution detail and freedom from artifacts. But every camera has strengths and weaknesses, and we continue to shoot all of our cameras in various situations.

Links to a lot of my earlier DPR threads containing discussions of our cameras & lenses, shooting methods, settings, and post-processing techniques are listed here:
http://www.dpreview.com/members/5232460189/forums/bookmarks

I have also begun excerpting some of these posts, and some from other forums, to include them in various “tech-talk” articles for the blog :
https://kenn3d.wordpress.com/tag/tech-talk/

Hope this is helpful, and good shooting everybody.

Kenn

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