NANFA-- Re: nanfa V1 #1479

Arlus F (
Thu, 12 Dec 2002 05:28:49 -0800

Shooo... I'll help, this sort of thing is right up my alley. I'm quick,
accurate and develop automation to process jobs in batch lots. I'll work
with any NFC projects as well.
As for digital cameras, I have a coolpix 850, not as good as the 9
series but takes a nice close macro and is great for outdoor everyday
shots and many specialized situations, nightshots are best done with a
tripod. It can be calibrated for any lighting situation and comes with
several different flourescent and incandescent presets. Another camera I
was looking at is the cannon s300, and some of the olympus models are
nice also although more bulky they are good for action shots because of
the larger lens. Under-rated are some of the fuji cameras. But for the
price you can't beat the macro on the coolpix if macro is what you're
after. The 850 tends to overdo the reds, but in my opinion in daylight
situations the coloration is very good.

>> wrote:
>>Put me on the list for the CD.

>Chances are it's a project that'll never happen due to lack of
>volunteers. Wanna help? Are you in NANFA? What is your name?

>- --
>Jay DeLong
>Olympia, WA
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