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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    I think I can sense you are rather satiesfied, Bart - and it looks good!
    A happy camper here, Thorkil.
    The 32-64 is very good and the 250 is spectacular ...
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    Some sample/test shots with GF250/4: onle exposure and size adjusted - no sharping applied !

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/1000s / f/4.0 |

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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/450s / f/5.6 |
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    Delightful, Bart!
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    | gfx 50s | gf 250/4.0 | iso 100 | 1/450s / f/5.6 |
    Extraordinary fine results Bart, but I think you are trying to turn the head around on us hopeless lost Z7 enthusiats (albeit still in the unfulfilled dreams), and I'm arguing, that your machine is more a tripod machine non-suited for my loose and careless shoting... and no, no, no I'm not reconsidering a 50R...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Extraordinary fine results Bart, but I think you are trying to turn the head around on us hopeless lost Z7 enthusiats (albeit still in the unfulfilled dreams), and I'm arguing, that your machine is more a tripod machine non-suited for my loose and careless shoting... and no, no, no I'm not reconsidering a 50R...
    Hi Thorkil,

    Iím sure youíll be perfectly happy with the Z7, but I reckon the 50R with 50/3.5 is street legal too.
    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi Thorkil,

    Iím sure youíll be perfectly happy with the Z7, but I reckon the 50R with 50/3.5 is street legal too.
    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

    Brgds.
    Yes, that is an OIS lens and the heavier the lens + camera and the stronger your arms and if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Yes, that is an OIS lens and the heavier the lens + camera and the stronger your arms and if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
    Plus thereís always shutter speed and artificial light to solve problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
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    For the records: my 250 has yet to touch a tripod ...

    Brgds.
    Handheld...thats impressive!, but still, it would ruin my banc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    ...if you abstain from jitters induced coffee drinking there is no need for a tripod.
    ..but I have to have my 1-2 liters of coffee each day, so perhaps IBIS is needed
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