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    The fruit market with the LX3

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    Re: The fruit market with the LX3

    Rawfa,

    Excellent, a feast for the senses, marvellous colours. The lighting in a market is usually a mixture and 'challenging' - how did you cope with it.

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    Re: The fruit market with the LX3

    Many thanks, Les. It was a bit of a mixed bag shooting there. There were fluorescent lights, incandescent, day light, tungsten and so on. This is to show how good the LX3's white balance is. I was shooting everything on manual with the LX3's "dynamic" setting. I simply love this camera. Like I said on another thread my only issue is the lack of dedicate controls....I hate the little joystick.

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    Re: The fruit market with the LX3

    Wow, Does that LX3 POP with Color.....Lovely & Crisp

    Interesting that you mention the WB works well
    because I read somewhere the WB did poorly
    BUT your pixs PROVE Different
    Brst-H

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    Re: The fruit market with the LX3

    Thanks, Helen! Whenever possible I try to keep the aperture around f4 for maximum sharpness and push the shutter up to 100. So far I haven't had any extreme issues with the white balance, other than the occasional struggle with with tungsten lights.

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