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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Pleased to be of service
    I'm not really into comparisons generally, but seeing we both have the NEX7 but how about:
    1. much much better low light focusing
    2. missing focus peaking (but I won't really use it with M lenses - just playing)
    3. high ISO is very good (I can't compare really)
    4. little zoom seems okay - and it is little
    #1 and #4 sound good.

    Taking into consideration that I personally use the mirrorless mainly as a small alternative camera the gx1 with the small motorzoom makes maybe more sense than a Nex with the bigger lens. But anyways.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    I find it a bit incredulous that folks would come here or the NEX images thread to keep claiming that M9 is better than everything, again and again and again.


    Admins/moderators: Advanced apologies if it is out of line but someone has to point out the obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I find it a bit incredulous that folks would come here or the NEX images thread to keep claiming that M9 is better than everything, again and again and again.


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    Hi Vivek

    I don't think Tom was really saying that was he? just that he found it more of a success.

    One thing's for certain, I'm sure it wasn't meant to be contentious.

    Incidentally, and FWIW, I'm finding the little GX1 to be rather good fun, and it certainly does focus quick (oh yes). It gives me much hope for the OMD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I find it a bit incredulous that folks would come here or the NEX images thread to keep claiming that M9 is better than everything, again and again and again.


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    Sorry Vivek,
    I never meant to say its the better camera just because it works better for me. I edited my post and hope it doesnt hurt your feelings anymore now.
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    This is an old snap but is appropriate here, I think.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked Panasonic GH-2, A Quartz lens, Baader U 2" UV band pass filter. Reflected UV capture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    This is an old snap but is appropriate here, I think.


    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    Hacked Panasonic GH-2, A Quartz lens, Baader U 2" UV band pass filter. Reflected UV capture.
    - now we need to figur out how to get the air out of this glass (just to refill it with air again one moment later)

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    Olympus E-PL1 with the standard 14-42mm lens..



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    The M9 is better than everything!








    But all seriousness aside I don't see where that was ever said in any thread on this site. Oops, until now that is

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    Just started reprocessing my old files with Capture One Pro (new user), I'm just amazed how much detail it gets out of my old E-1 raw files.

    A couple of New Forest images.

    Are You Sure He Is Mine Dear?


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    Magical "double" athmosfere indeed, and fabulous....

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    P1040557 by sergio lovisolo, on Flickr

    G1 + summicron m 50

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    Colyn, Craftysnapper, Sergio; beautiful images
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    Thanks Jorgen..

    Here's another with the E-PL1...

    I'm starting to really like this camera..



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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio lovisolo View Post
    Magical "double" athmosfere indeed, and fabulous....

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    Sorry about that Sergio, have fixed it and thank you.

    Love your image of the wide eyed child, very captivating.

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    Probably my best shot to date with the GH2

    I took this shot yesterday at sundown along a highway in Texas. I was using the GH2 and the 7-14mm, ISO 200 1/60s f/4.5. A friend and I had photographed this old diner earlier in the day but decided to come back at sundown to see how the sun would paint it and the sky. Waiting for the light.. something every photographer should learn to do. This is probably the best shot I have to date from the GH2.

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    Excellent, Jim

    Here's a somewhat more intense light which I didn't have to wait for, from a family trip to an island in the south of Thailand a couple of days ago.

    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 14mm and f/8

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    Jorgen, now all ya need are a herd of 1 foot tall dinosaurs running along and bothering the people.






    Zeiss Distagon T* 21/2.8 ZE

    as a macro lens?



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    At f/2.8 initially as a CA test







    Looking at micro contrast and the lens's stopped down bokeh when close focusing (again at f/9.5)



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    Dallas Skyline GH2 & 7-14mm

    Here is a shot I took this afternoon of the Dallas skyline with the flooded Trinity River providing a reflection of the city. The Trinity is normally little more than a trickle of water but when we get heavy rain like we have had in the last 48 hours, it floods and provides a beautiful photo op for photographers.

    I was sitting at the base of the levee about two feet from the water for this shot. The bridge on the right is the latest addition to the Dallas skyline. It is not yet open to traffic but soon will be.

    ISO 400 1/80s f/4.0 - GH2 with 7-14mm

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    And another from a different view and time..

    Different weather, different light, different time of day/night..

    This was a long exposure using the GH2 on a tripod.
    Panasonic GH2 and 7-14mm Long exposure: IS0 160 8 seconds at f/5.6
    White balance was set to incandescent due to the city lights and orange/red glow.. worked out well.

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    Gorgeous, Klaus!
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    Nice one Klaus!

    Very nice!

    I picked up the 85/1.2L in nFD again recently. I really like this lens! I guess everyone knows it already, but it's still fun to shoot and post with it. Here's some sushi with it at it's widest. Mmmmm, lens sushi!:
































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    Fort Worth Stockyards...



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    This image was taken with a MC Minolta 200mm f/3.5 Rokkor-X lens on my Olympus E-PL1 handheld...



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    Texas Wildflowers with the GH2 & 25mm

    Here's a couple of shots of Texas Wildflowers I took yesterday just as the sun was going down with the GH2 and the 25mm. A friend and I were travelling the back roads of Texas near Hillsboro. We waited for the light as the sun began to set. These were taken with the sun backlighting the flowers.



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    I was away for a moment, coming back.

    Quote Originally Posted by sergio lovisolo View Post
    are these fine shots taken in Sicily?
    Sergio
    Sergio,
    they are all at Baltic sea, Poland.

    August 2010, G1, 45mm 2.8 @ 2.8mm



    I do not know how about you, but for this subject - I prefer close ups with ultra wide from previous post


    And some more environmental shots:

    G1, 7-14mm @ 7mm






    Change of subject: 45mm f/2.8 @ 7.1

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    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/8

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    Great image Jorgen. I'll be in Phuket next month and your photo has fired me up!

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    E-PL2 + Panasonic 20mm , OOC (only resized and unsharp masked)

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    Color fun at the marketplace of Waterloo (Belgium)







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    Great work everyone. Those sand castle shots got my attention, Jerry, because after two and a half years deliberation, over the 9-18 vs 7-14, I finally ordered the 9-18 this morning. I guess my thinking was I don't use ultra wide that much and have gotten by, with just the 14, so far, so I figured if I had to have one, then I may as well have the smallest package, for those rare times I need something wider than 14. I hope I don't regret it and wish for the 7-14 now.

    Anyway here's one with the 25 Leica from yesterday. I have really grown to love this lens, over the past several months and it is one of the main reasons I haven't got caught up in longing for new things, like the D800E, 5DMK3, Fuji etc.. Hopefully Panasonic can come up with a great new sensor, in the GH3, to counter all the new stuff from others, but all and all, I'm still pretty happy with the GH2.
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    Playing with my Olympus E-P3 and 14-42mm zoom for the wide shots and the Panasonic 45-200mm zoom for the close ups this weekend at the Four Winds Music Festival at Bermagui on the far south coast of New South Wales (Australia).


    1 Luminous - wm by peterb666, on Flickr


    3 Deborah Kayser - wm by peterb666, on Flickr


    7 James Crabb and ACO2 Violinist - wm by peterb666, on Flickr


    10 Miki Tsunoda - wm by peterb666, on Flickr

    I have never been happy with the Panasonic 45-200mm zoom but the E-P3's much faster focus (and massively more accurate) has helped wonders. I also made use of the face/eye detection for the first time and it worked exceptionally well. These photos are just quick processing jobs on a laptop while travelling but quite pleased with the results. The Panasonic 45-200 was close to the ideal lens for the occasion.
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    A day at the zoo with the Panasonic GX-1 and Olympus 45mm F1.8

    [IMG] Fun at the zoo by Ray Evans1


    [IMG] Fun at the zoo by Ray Evans1
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    I love this shot! I had to stop and stare at it for a while. Beautifully done.

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    L1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/8


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    Yesterday, a race for professional bicycle racers went through our village.
    It was the famous "FlÍche brabanÁonne" aka "De brabantse pijl"
    Here a shot of last year's winner, and last year's UCI World Tour Ranking #1,
    Philippe Gilbert, in his jersey of Belgian Champion !




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    .









    Zeiss C/Y Planar 50mm f1.4 - Nagoya











    Zeiss ZE Distagon 21mm f2.8 - Kyoto










    Zeiss C/Y Planar 50mm f1.4 - Nagoya










    Zeiss C/Y Planar 50mm f1.4 - Nagoya









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    Panasonic GX-1 20mm pancake

    Kinda reminds me of the length of time I used to spend lining up those field cameras!

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    And another:



    Canon nFD 85mm F/1.2 at f/1.2








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    [QUOTE=ReeRay;406736]A day at the zoo with the Panasonic GX-1 and Olympus 45mm F1.8

    Hi ReeRay, which zoo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeRay View Post
    A day at the zoo with the Panasonic GX-1 and Olympus 45mm F1.8

    Hi ReeRay, which zoo?
    Safari World just outside of BKK. Great place to visit but go early as so much to see and do.

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    Yeah, it's 30-40 minutes from my house. Love to have 100-300mm but my Lumix 40-150mm should do just fine.
    Thanks for the info.

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    I dig the skeleton smoker...

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    three pics from our vacation at the german Spree Forrest, made with my E-PL2:








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    I am the Bride
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    Quote Originally Posted by OlNick View Post
    three pics from our vacation at the german Spree Forrest, made with my E-PL2:



    More images here: my new blog
    That is freek'n cool and a half! Good job dude! 

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    Great photos everybody!


    August 2010

    G1, 45mm 2.8 @ 2.8




    G1, 45mm 2.8 @ 5.6

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    Continuation, few more

    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.6




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 5.0




    G1, 45mm f/2.8 @ 2.8






    G2, 20mm f/1.7 @ 2.2

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