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I had a lot of fun the last few days taking photos with my N900.
While it has some weakness in indoor low light situations, and the flash is a bit weak, it also has some very good strengths. In particular:-

-High Contrast scenes
-Macro mode
-Colour balance
-Flash Fill in shots have nice balance

All untouched and straight off the N900

A couple of my favorites





and some more if you are interested, you can see the large pics by hitting the slide show after the link.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/acaciac...7623068982312/
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what a great idea - pictures are quite impressive, I love the colours!!
 
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The second image taken with my n900.

 

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The second image taken with my n900.

I love this pic
 
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i'ma pretty conceited person, all i got are pictures of myself
 
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Here are a couple of shots straight off the N900. The camera appears to not record the ISO value in the EXIF data in "auto" mode.

This is the cove at Butchart Gardens outside Victoria BC at sunset. This is facing northwest.
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With practice, the camera can take some very good shots, especially when there is adequate light. The macro mode seems particularly useful. I've taken some excellent product shots with it. It's very handy for on-the-spot captures.
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N900 really shows some nice night picture taking even under the cave. :-)
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here's mine...

 

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Not the best photo I have but I like it. Taken through a window in low light and no flash.

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two of my favorites, for completely different reasons
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