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    Thank you again. I didn't see anything in metadata but I checked a few settings I generally use with my G1 and they are set up pretty close to what I have setup in my D-Lux 4. I generally use Dynamic Color or Dynamic B&W for everything. I use Smooth B&W then PP for when I want a IR-like effect. I limit the Color Presets to ISO 800 on D-Lux 4 and 1600 on the G1 in good light. I limit the D-Lux 4 and G1 to ISO 1600 in B&W except for web-centric media in which I will let the G1 go to 3200 at times.

    The G1/ D-Lux4 actually works out well for me for a good walkaround small combo system until a smaller Micro 4/3 is released. The menus are almost identical and the color reproduction is extremely close from both cameras. I often have to check the metadata to tell which image came from which camera which isn't a knock against the G1 but a compliment to the D-Lux 4/ LX3 RAW files.

    I used this combo this weekend (and during a Napa trip last month) during the Rock and Walk Walkathon over the Memorial Day weekend in Sacramento. D -Lux 4 covered the wide stuff (24-60mm) and the G1 had the Lumix 45-200mm (90-400mm) on it. It worked out well for me although I didn't take as many longer shots as I thought I would. Everything was obviously handheld. There's more stuff I took in the Small Sensor section and my gallery for a direct look.
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    flower glow

    One of the couple of exposures I made on this morning's quiet walk:


    Panasonic G1 + Olympus ZD 25mm f/2.8
    ISO 100 @ f/4 @ 1/100 sec
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    Nice capture Godfrey... do you use the kit lens much? I can't wait for the 20mm f1.7 and whatever Oly will bring to m4/3rds. The E-620 is a much better option for 4/3rds native lenses imho - very compact, great build quality and IS built in.

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    Late in the evening from my hotel room hanging out the window with some strange tripod improvisation.
    Shot with G1 and the 200mm f4 Meyer Orestor.
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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    [QUOTE=Michiel Schierbeek;103388]Late in the evening from my hotel room hanging out the window with some strange tripod improvisation.
    Shot with G1 and the 200mm f4 Meyer Orestor.
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    By the way this is in Paris near Place the La Rebublique.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Nice capture Godfrey... do you use the kit lens much? I can't wait for the 20mm f1.7 and whatever Oly will bring to m4/3rds. ...
    Thanks!

    I find myself using the kit lens mostly when I want to work with wider than normal FOV and don't feel like carrying the much larger 11-22. Manual focus and manual iris control don't bother me with this camera at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    Thanks!

    I find myself using the kit lens mostly when I want to work with wider than normal FOV and don't feel like carrying the much larger 11-22. Manual focus and manual iris control don't bother me with this camera at all.
    I've done the same. I wonder if I will carry the 9-18 that much now--I know I rarely carry the 12-24 with the 5D because its almost too wide for me and when I get to the longer end, I have other options.

    I, too, have no problem at all with manual focus or manual iris control--in fact find MF lenses on most of the time. My problem is that I have no fast option in the 20 FL range. I've looked at the FD 20 f/2.8-not as fast as I'd like and its pretty hefty, relatively--and I've not seen anyone using it on the G1. I understand that some other 'wide' lenses have issues with the G1 (m mounts in particular)--so I am waiting for the Panasonic 20 f/1.7--or perhaps Olympus will offer something tempting. I do have an FD 24 f/2.8 which is quite nice--and have thought about the 25 f/1.4, but have decided I am willing to wait for the 20, which I would prefer.

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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Here are a couple of tests from today playing about with an E620 in the garden:


    this one with the 14-42 kit lens



    this one with the 50 macro

    I had the chance to try one out properly - it's certainly lovely to use, Olympus really seem to have got the interface sorted out.

    These were processed in capture one

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    Hi Jono, nice... is it a keeper, do you think?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I've done the same. I wonder if I will carry the 9-18 that much now--I know I rarely carry the 12-24 with the 5D because its almost too wide for me and when I get to the longer end, I have other options.

    I, too, have no problem at all with manual focus or manual iris control--in fact find MF lenses on most of the time. My problem is that I have no fast option in the 20 FL range. I've looked at the FD 20 f/2.8-not as fast as I'd like and its pretty hefty, relatively--and I've not seen anyone using it on the G1. I understand that some other 'wide' lenses have issues with the G1 (m mounts in particular)--so I am waiting for the Panasonic 20 f/1.7--or perhaps Olympus will offer something tempting. I do have an FD 24 f/2.8 which is quite nice--and have thought about the 25 f/1.4, but have decided I am willing to wait for the 20, which I would prefer.
    I'd enjoy having the 9-18, just can't afford it right now. Maybe sell off some other stuff ... and then I have to decide whether to go for it or for the 7-14 for ultraultrawide. ;-)

    My advice is to wait on the 20mm. I have a Nikkor 20/3.5AI which works very nicely on the G1 (and E-1, L1 ... although it's infinitely harder to focus on the SLRs vs the G1!) ... but something closer to f/2 would be grand. I'm sure that Olympus will offer new lenses and the Lumix G 20/1.7 is due up within just a couple of months.

    I did buy a Cosmicar 12.4mm f/1.4 and C-mount adapter. At less than $70, it should be fun regardless of whether it is any good or not... and it's small, light, fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Hi Jono, nice... is it a keeper, do you think?

    Cheers

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    Hi Brian
    First I thought not . . . now I'm more convinced. It's such a different thing from the A900, the file quality seems good, I just wish it was weathersealed, but there you go.

    Have a good trip to Paris!

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    Well, maybe the Pentax K-7 will be more convincing to Olympus than all of our appeals so far

    A weathersealed flagship, about the size of an E-620 would be quite delightful...

    I'm a bit surprised that you didn't wait for the m4/3rds offering... I'm sure you'll want one too

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    Thank you Alexander, I hardly ever crop, so this is a full capture on the G1 sensor. The 50mm original focal length is "doubled" of course.

    amazing bokeh thanks

    is your 50mm older version or new because the price I saw on ebay is crazy expensive like US$2000+

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    Traveanagh Bay 4:00AM

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    Great shots everyone!

    Here's a cow (Karmen) from my brother's farm - shot indoors with E-520 and Carl Zeiss Planar 85mm F1.4

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    Fun street work at the Greek Festival this past Sunday:


    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4

    Isn't that a wonderful face? Love it!

    See more photos from the Greek Festival on Flickr:
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    Nice shot Godfrey,

    we had a fabulous UKPSG event in Paris a couple of days ago... here's a couple of images, we're creating a group report.

    1/1000s f/6.3 at 94.0mm iso200


    1/250s f/6.3 at 150.0mm iso800


    1/3s f/4.5 at 14.0mm iso100


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    @Godfrey:very nice gallery! @Brian: I would like to see more.

    Here another shot from France, the famous "van Gogh" cafe in Arles

    G1 with zuiko 9-18 at 9mm



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    First try with the 9/18

    E3 with 9/18, not really used wide angle before, had great fun getting extreme angles.

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    @Karl, thanks - I love the deep colour you've gotten in your image, how are you processing your images?

    More from Paris :

    E-620 + ZD 7-14mm f4
    1/200s f/6.3 at 7.0mm iso200


    E-30 + PL 14-150mm f3.5-5.6
    1/500s f/6.3 at 150.0mm iso200


    1/160s f/6.3 at 80.0mm iso320


    E-30 + ZD 14-35mm f2 SWD
    1/3s f/2.0 at 21.0mm iso100


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    Nice shot Brian!
    Was at the same spot recentley.
    Cheers, Michiel


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    WOW....impressive
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    Thanks Michiel, and sorry we weren't able to meet on this event... maybe next time.

    Yes, that's quite an incredible structure!

    E-620 + ZD 7-14mm f4
    1/250s f/6.3 at 7.0mm iso200


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    [QUOTE=Brian Mosley;104890]Thanks Michiel, and sorry we weren't able to meet on this event... maybe next time.

    Yes, I sure hope so. May be in Normandy. Exiting cliffs.
    Still have to meet Marc (Cynops) there one day.
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    E-30 + ZD 14-35mm f2 SWD
    1/15s f/8.0 at 21.0mm iso100


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    Nice Brian, hand held?

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    I was at Mt. Rainier over this past weekend with my new E620. Still trying to get into a good workflow for processing RAW images (first step is to buy something other than the packaged Oly software as soon as I have the money!) but here is one of the pictures I'm most happy with after taking it through Oly Master/Photoshop CS2.

    Image was taken with the 40-150 kit lens at 1/3200, f/4, ISO100.


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    Moon Fun

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    Very Nice
    It works really well.

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    Quick update, here's the same image, but processed in LightZone with quite a bit of help from Brian.


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    VC 15mm wide heliar on G1

    Walked around the neighbourhood today with this lens and it is a great little lens and so small with the direct adapter fron Jinfinance. Sharp, sharp! Must go out with this lens alone soon, 30 mm is a fine focal lenghts. It is a daytime lens but then therefore I have the Nokton 1.4. And there is a new Nokton 50mm 1.1 wauww!!
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    Olympus E-330 + Kit Lens 14-45mm. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    Hehe, Leica 77, very nice light effect.

    I remember, many many years ago, using nylons over the lenses to obtain a softfocus effect comparable to the Hamilton style.
    I must try that again with a digital camera !

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    Hello f6cvalkyrie,
    As always, your positive feedback is very much appreciated. Best regards. Leica 77

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    Panasonic G1 + Olympus G.Zuiko 40mm f/1.4
    ISO 100 @ f/2.8 @ 1/30 second
    flickr page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gdgphoto/3610177738/


    thanks for looking. comments always appreciated. :-)

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    Two scooters

    Meyer Orestor 100mm/2.8


    G1 and Zeiss Sonnar 135/3.5

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    Just on walkabout...

    E-620 + ZD 9-18mm
    1/1250s f/4.0 at 9.0mm iso200


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    What a walkabout.... pure fun...
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    Whiskey Glass - Lumix L1 with an Olympus 25mm pancake lens


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Just on walkabout...

    E-620 + ZD 9-18mm
    1/1250s f/4.0 at 9.0mm iso200


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    Hello Brian,
    I really like the color quality of your E-620 + ZD 9-18mm. It's a beautiful shot. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Thanks Klaus, Leica 77...

    another from this morning.

    E-620 + ZD 9-18
    1/500s f/5.6 at 9.0mm iso200


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    Thanks Klaus, Leica 77...

    another from this morning.

    E-620 + ZD 9-18
    1/500s f/5.6 at 9.0mm iso200


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    Hello Brian,

    Another beautiful image! I really like the rich color saturation of the E-620 + ZD 9-8. Best regards, Leica 77

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    Fun with Olympus E-330 + Kit Lens 14-45mm. Thanks for looking. Leica 77

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    My favorite lens on the Olympus E-330 is perhaps the SMC Pentax-M 40mm Pancake Lens with an AF-confirm lens adapter. The lens is extremely versatile and sharp. Perhaps, its versatility and sharpness are not popularly recognized. Leica 77
    Last edited by Leica 77; 2nd July 2009 at 03:52.

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    The following image of the Nikon SP Black rangefinder was recorded using the above setup -- Olympus E-330 + SMC Pentax M 40mm Pancake Lens. Aperture @ f8.0 Thank you for looking. Leica 77

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    The following image of the Nikon SP Black rangefinder was recorded using the above setup -- Olympus E-330 + SMC Pentax M 40mm Pancake Lens. Aperture @ f8.0 Thank you for looking. Leica 77
    That Nikon camera, what a beauty!
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    Digital Rangefinder

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    That Nikon camera, what a beauty!
    That reminds me; Messrs Nikon et al, how about a more economical offering to satisfy us lesser mortals who can't or won't go the M8 route:
    I want a Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder. Did I say Digital Rangefinder?

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    Quote Originally Posted by m3photo View Post
    That reminds me; Messrs Nikon et al, how about a more economical offering to satisfy us lesser mortals who can't or won't go the M8 route:
    I want a Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder Digital Rangefinder. Did I say Digital Rangefinder?
    Hello m3photo and Michiel,
    Yes, I hope there will be a Digital Nikon Rangefinder -- Nikon SP Digital, Nikon SP Digital, Nikon SP Digital, Nikon SP Digital, Nikon SP Digital ... Best regards, Leica 77

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    Enjoying The Parade

    Went to the SJ Pride Parade last Sunday carrying the E-1 fitted with Leica 14-50mm lens. Looked at the photos afterwards and 95% of them were made at 38-40mm ...


    Seems that's about my favorite focal length on the FourThirds format. No wonder that I have the 35 Macro, an adapted Konica 40/1.8 for the L1 and E-1, and an Olympus Pen G.Zuiko 40/1.4 for the G1. :-)

    And I just bought a Voigtländer Viewfinder 75 so I can use the 40 with OVF on the EP-1 when I get one ...

    WHY doesn't Olympus make a ZD 40/1.4? Darn them ... !! ]'-)

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    Re: Fun with 4/3rds cameras/ Image Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Leica 77 View Post
    Fun with Olympus E-330 + Kit Lens 14-45mm. Thanks for looking. Leica 77
    This beautiful photo really shows how Olympus cameras excel in color rendering.

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