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I just got my Nikon coolpix 5700 a few days ago, and have been messing around with all the settings and got a few frog pics. I'm still figuring everything out on it. I love this camera so much. It makes me wonder what I have been doing without it. The pictures will get better. These are with mostly auto settings. Let me know what you think.

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Bad picture but doesn't it look almost human. :D
 

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Thanks all. The third picture is the only one using flash. I seem to get better color when I turn off flash and lengthen the shutter speed to get the right amount of light, but I'm still messing around with it. For a comparison, the first and third pic are the same frog, notice the blue color difference. Jbeetle, this is actually three adult powder blues. They are 2.1, I hope. I love them. They were my first dart frogs, so they are over two years old and I am disappointed I haven't had any breeding action. They are one of my favorite frogs to watch though, they never stop moving.
 

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If you can set the levels of your flash you might want to try it on low, and see how that works.

khoff said:
Thanks all. The third picture is the only one using flash. I seem to get better color when I turn off flash and lengthen the shutter speed to get the right amount of light, but I'm still messing around with it. For a comparison, the first and third pic are the same frog, notice the blue color difference. Jbeetle, this is actually three adult powder blues. They are 2.1, I hope. I love them. They were my first dart frogs, so they are over two years old and I am disappointed I haven't had any breeding action. They are one of my favorite frogs to watch though, they never stop moving.
 
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