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Thread: Fuli HS20 EXR Settings

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    Fuli HS20 EXR Settings

    Hi Everyone , just joined the site hopefully to help with tips and advice. i recently bought a HS20 EXR and already am very pleased with the camera with basic shots i have taken of local landscapes. I wonder if anyone could help me with a bit of advice regarding low lights shots. my daughters ice skate and i love taking action shots of them. unfortunately previous photos taken with my Lumix DMC FS12 always resulted in very yellow based photos due to the lighting from the bulbs used in the rink. How can i combat this with my HS20 and what would be the best settings for action shots. Unfortunately i am very new to this type of camera coming from the old point and click method. Any advice would be invaluable .... many thanks .... Keith

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    Re: Fuli HS20 EXR Settings

    please don't post the same query in two different threads....it annoys the hell out of the moderators and you wouldn't really want to do that....
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    Re: Fuli HS20 EXR Settings

    Quote Originally Posted by spinno View Post
    please don't post the same query in two different threads....it annoys the hell out of the moderators and you wouldn't really want to do that....
    The problem is that a second thread means getting a few answers in each, rather than them all being together

    Goto Clicky http://www.amateurphotographer.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?97239-Fuji-HS20-EXR&p=1058106&posted=1#post1058106 to respond to this thread.

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