Here's an interesting point: when I compare a full-res image from my G5 with one from my 20D the one from the G5 is way softer. When I resize and sharpen them though it's much easier to get the G5 one looking sharp. Obviously something I need to work on.

As an aside: does anyone have any experience of miscalibrated flash circuitry on a Canon camera? I've discovered (not unlike quite a few other people with the 20D) that my camera underexposes flash shots by around 2/3 to 1 stop. I can compensate for this (with the Flash Exposure Compensation) but clearly something isn't quite right and I'm trying to decide whether to ask for an exchange or the flash recalibrating. The first option seems like the quickest (recalibration may take some time) but in all other respects I'm happy with the camera. Any thoughts?

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12.50pm on 4/10/04
Canon 20D
EF 70-200 f/4L USM
73mm (116.8mm equiv.)
f8.0
1/500
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+0.0
evaluative
100
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