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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    That sounds funny......

    how about, more gooder !! ??

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    Your pics were awesome with the old camera, now they are even awesomer (not sure if awesomer is a word but you get the picture)
    Hunting, Fishing and Labrador Retrievers and at the end of the day a glass of Buffalo Trace Whiskey- Life is Sweet.

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    Any picture with a trout in your left hand is a great picture .

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    The new camera is looking great.......................

    even ripped a lip or two, which made it even super.


    Ah, I'm sorry that you had to fish in that heavy wind..................... bummer, man.

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    2 Thumbs Up - C. C.

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Compassion View Post
    The major problem that I had with the old camera was that it took poor pictures in low light situations. The trout that I caught before sunrise and on cloudy days were blurry. We shall see how the new camera behaves.

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    The clarity on the pics you posted from your new camera was breathtaking. Thanks for the post. Looking forward to following your reports with your new gear!

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    Quote Originally Posted by TBSP View Post
    That’s great Captain! Although from what you have posted in the past, it’s hard to imagine that it can get better. Looking forward to it!
    The major problem that I had with the old camera was that it took poor pictures in low light situations. The trout that I caught before sunrise and on cloudy days were blurry. We shall see how the new camera behaves.

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    Re: Local Pond with a New Camera.

    That’s great Captain! Although from what you have posted in the past, it’s hard to imagine that it can get better. Looking forward to it!

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    Local Pond with a New Camera.

    After 17,300 pictures I've finally retired my old camera. I upgraded from a Fujifilm XP 55 to an XP 140. Its has a lot new features, better optics and can take 4K video. Saturday dawned clear so I decided to take my camera down to the local dunk to give it a try. Arrived at Mitch Pond at 0930 took some pictures and managed to catch two small Nevada Bows on Gulp. As I said the day was beautiful and the pictures speak for them selves.

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