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    Bauhaus for kids

    The local museum turned their children's space into a discussion of how it felt to learn design at the Bauhaus
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    Design mantra

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    Summer morning light

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    Tannheimer Tal, Austria.
    S1R with 70-200 @ 78 mm, 1/200 sec f:8 ISO 100

    [IMG]Tannheimer Tal by Carsten, auf Flickr[/IMG]
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    first, 1/400 sec f:5.6 96 mm with Lumix 70- 200 lens @ ISO 100
    then, 1/15 sec f:1.4 50 mm with the Lumix 1.4/50 lens @ISO 320
    last one 1/8 sec f:9 55 mm with Lumix 24-105 lens @ ISO 2000

    all handheld, RAW conversion with C1 12

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    Cafe Gasadabgardur

    P1011141 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    S1R with 35 SL SC

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    Great shot of that waterfall Scott

    Where is it located?

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    A "real world" comparison of Pentax 645z (with DFA 90 mm f:2.8 ED AW SR) and S1R (with VE SL 24-90 @70 mm)

    S1R with HiRes mode 2, 1/80 sec f:5.6 ISO 400, RAW conversion with Capture One 12, and CS6
    645z with 1/20 sec f:8 ISO 100,
    both on RRS TVC-24L tripod with RRS BH-40 ballhead

    the 187 MP S1R shot was downsized bicubic, some smart sharpen. The Pentax RAW was converted with LR6

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    P1011302 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

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    Great shot of that waterfall Scott

    Where is it located?
    Thanks.

    On Vagar in the Faeroes. Not far from where this view was taken:

    P1011097 Panorama by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

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    Faroes before the Reformation

    Had a bishop and a cathedral (never finished, now restored to its 13th century condition)

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Here are a couple I shot yesterday in the afternoon HEAT* in my favorite local spot, both with S1R, Zeiss Milvus 18mm and Sigma adapter.. This lens is the best UWA of the few I've shot which include two Canon 16-35s (the F4 and the F2.8/III) and a 24mm TS-E.. This ZM18 is considerably better, overall, than the Canons.. I've fantasized about buying the Leica 16-36/SL, but I don't happen to have $5500 lying about**.. The Sigma L-mount 14-24 apparently will be shipping in a week or two (?); I have one parked in my B&H shoppingcart, but I've not yet pushed the Order button.

    The first pic is an HRM, cropped top and bottom (and still almost 17000 by 9000 pixels), while the pool pic was handheld.

    Altho this ZM18 is not the first UWA prime I've owned in my 20 years, I'm having to relearn to 'see' in such short focal lengths.. For instance, several times I bent over, saw a scene I wanted to shoot, parked myself on my butt, and then discovered I was too far away from it.. For the water-feature shot below, I was only about 6" (15cm) short of being IN the pool.


    * and it's HOT in Phoenix; about 110dF yesterday and maybe 115dF today.
    ** but I might rent it.

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Here are a couple I shot yesterday in the afternoon HEAT* in my favorite local spot, both with S1R, Zeiss Milvus 18mm and Sigma adapter.. This lens is the best UWA of the few I've shot which includes two Canon 16-35s, the F4 and the F2.8/III, and and a 24mm TS-E.. Thes ZM18 is considerably better, overall, these three Canons.. I've fantasized about buying the Leica 16-36/SL, but I don't happen to have $5500 lying about**.. The Sigma L-mount 14-24 apparently will be shipping in a week or two (?); I have one parked in my B&H shoppingcart, but I've not yet pushed the Order button.

    Altho this ZM18 is not the first UWA prime I've owned in my 20 years, I've having to relearn to 'see' in such short focal lengths.. For instance, several times I bent over and saw a scene I wanted to shoot, parked myself on my butt, and then discovered I was too far away from it.. For the water-feature shot above, I was only about 6" (15cm) short of being IN the pool.


    * and it's HOT in Phoenix; about 110dF yesterday and maybe 115dF today.
    ** but I might rent it.

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    P1011976 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr

    a few parting shots from Faeroes.

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Took the rented Tamron 15-30/2.8 G2 and the S1R out the front door the other evening, and guess what I found? Light! Color! Traffic!

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    Have a rented Leica SL 16-35/3.5-4.5 lens coming Monday to compare with my Zeiss Milvus 18/2.8 and the rented Tamron.. I'm rooting for the Leica; I already know the Milvus is better than the Tamron and the three Canons I had/have and also that nothing I have produces better images than the Canon TS-E50.
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    S1R, Sigma 14-24/2.8 1/320 sec f:2.8 ISO 100.

    Got my Sigma 14-24/2.8 L-Mount - definitively a keeper.
    "Only" 795 g, sharp wide open, perfect for travel/ landscape. The S1R is said to be on the heavy side, but when you come from MF (645z) it is really more portable. Will be great to have only 2,5 kg instead of 4 kg backpacked for a walk on the beach...

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    Stockholm morning


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    After spending some time looking over Friedlander's "Desert Seen" and "Western Desert" collections of wild tangles, I couldn't resist this one:

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    one more...
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    Playing with the SL 50 SC on S1R


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    Abu Ghosh pano with SL 50 SC

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    The Pentax 43mm 1.9 is better on my S1R than it was on my K-1 II. Though I still like it most on my LX.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Just bought a S1R and 24-105 kit. Should be here on Tuesday so we will see how it works out for me. If it doesnít (which I hope itís not the case at this point) then itíll go back.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

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    Just bought a S1R and 24-105 kit. Should be here on Tuesday so we will see how it works out for me. If it doesnít (which I hope itís not the case at this point) then itíll go back.
    Very interested in your findings

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Very interested in your findings

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    Yeah... So I sorta ran into a Black Friday deal that I couldnít pass on from an authorized retailer on a Panasonic S1R Kit (S1R + 24-105/4 for those that arenít sure). It was a very limited time ďimpulseĒ purchase (in a sense) but Iíve been looking at the LUMIX S for over a year now since first announced. Once I accepted that the Sony will likely be required to stay to serve at least as a work kit (I've already pre-ordered the Tamron 70-180/2.8) due to a better AF system then I started looking at options that I really want to use for personal photography projects. This is all brought on since Sony refuses to introduce an acceptable body design size (for me without a grip attached). I tried the A7RIV and it wasnít really 100% for me though Iíll likely add a couple of ďwork bodies to my Sony work kit once the base level is ďupgradedĒ to the new style body. As for my L-Mount kit, I will probably adapt my CV 35/1.2 (my lone remaining M mount lens) and maybe even look for a Sony A to L-Mount adapter if I can for my 135/1.8 that I never sold (my lone remaining A-Mount lens)... well at least until some time next year after this new house purchase is completed... and maybe Iíll have some Sony stuff to sell off because the LUMIX S Pro 50/1.4 is on my list of ďneededĒ lenses too but there are also a few of Leica APO-Summicron (in 21, 35, and 90mm focal lengths) that I have my eye on.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Quote Originally Posted by iiiNelson View Post
    Just bought a S1R and 24-105 kit. Should be here on Tuesday so we will see how it works out for me. If it doesnít (which I hope itís not the case at this point) then itíll go back.
    Congratulations
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    B&H Photo in the US is running a Black Friday "open box" deal at 50%, $1862 for S1R and $2312 for the S1R w/ 24-105mm -

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...s_digital.html

    I wasn't in the market for one, but at that price, I'll play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Black View Post
    B&H Photo in the US is running a Black Friday "open box" deal at 50%, $1862 for S1R and $2312 for the S1R w/ 24-105mm -

    https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...s_digital.html

    I wasn't in the market for one, but at that price, I'll play.
    Yeah it also comes with a free upgrade to the 3-year warranty. Thatís where I got mine. It shipped apparently.
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    Yep, got the email from B&H for the warranty extension (link to the Panasonic form) and the FEDEX shipping notice. Looks like they shipped it overnight. That's a nice little bonus.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Here are some from a assignment I had earlier this week, shot with the S1r, Voigtlander Super Wide Heliar III 15mm and Sigma 35mm F1,4, MC-21 adapter.
    I'm very happy with the camera so far.
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    World Class Living

    P1022712 by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr S1R, Leica 35 SL-SC

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    Some sunset at hermosa beach with the s1r and 24-70
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    So I wanted to do a quick lowlight test of the S1R and the close focusing ability of the 24-105/4 OIS lens. This is handheld at ISO 8000, 1/15 of a sec, f/4, and at 69mm.

    Headset Test by Tre Nelson, on Flickr

    What I can tell is that this will be a versatile lens for both photo and video use... and perhaps the best $450 that I've spent on a lens so far. Not a great or special shot by any means but pretty much all I did was add one of my B&W presets to it. There was little noise present and what was there was attractive "grain like" noise. On a side note the jpeg wasn't bad either and at lower ISO I can see myself delivering those for family pics. I've included it below.

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    Good luck with your S1R Trť, I'm looking forward to your experience vs. the Sony's (Handling, AF and IQ). I hope it's the bigger body you've been craving for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegelli View Post
    Good luck with your S1R Trť, I'm looking forward to your experience vs. the Sony's (Handling, AF and IQ). I hope it's the bigger body you've been craving for.
    Looks like it is the larger body I wanted. Itís really comfortable but Iím not leaving Sony FE at all. I may shrink some of my Sony kit down a bit though and use some of the funds to finance a couple of lenses. I still have the Tamron 70-180/2.8 on preorder and will pick it up as soon as I can.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Currently shooting S1R + M lenses ..

    Elmar 24mm

    P1000076


    Summilux 50mm

    P1000096


    Elmarit 135mm

    P1000102
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    ice formation, Eagle Lake
    Acadia National Park, Maine
    S1R w/ Sigma 14-24 Art

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    S1R + Sigma 45mm


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    Jordan Pond ice, study 5
    Acadia National Park
    S1R with Lumix 16-35

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    My first few weeks with the S1R with various adapted lenses:


    Otus85 @F/8 - highres mode




    Mamiya RZ M 65mm L-A @ F/16 - highres mode




    Summilux-m 50/1.4 asph @ F/16 - highres mode




    Summilux-m 50/1.4 asph @ F/16 - highres mode




    SMC Pentax 67 55mm F/4 @ /F/16 - highres mode




    HD Pentax-D FA645 F/3.5 35mm AL [IF] @ F/11 - highres mode




    Otus85 @F/14ish - highres mode




    Otus85 @F/11ish - highres mode




    All images are 3k+ so open in new tabs to see full-res.

    The S1R is great, falls well to hand, best grip of all my mirrorless cameras, mostly great haptics. Magnified view for critical focus is horrible compared to z7, α9 and α7sm2. Have been using a smallhd hdmi 720 oled 7 inch external monitor for critical focus, helps very much, although I am going to upgrade to a 1200p 2200nit external hdmi. The external hdmi just plugs right in and no tethering program or external tablet or computer required, kudos to Panasonic for this. Every high resolution camera and mfdb needs this kind of high definition raw output with no additional tablet, computer, app, program etc required. HDMI, USB, Thunderbolt or Ethernet, just get it together already.

    Love the S1R. 232 lp/mm spatial resolution in highres mode, no pdaf wasted pixels, good color science. It's making images I only dreamed of making before.
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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    morning tide, Acadia National Park
    S1R with Lumix 16-35

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    Some shots with the sigma 45 dg dn contemporary, S1R normal resolution mode @ F/8:


















    Sigma is coming along very well, but their color contribution index isn't quite there yet. Great lens rendering, though. Right-click & open image in new tab for full resolution.
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    S1R + Sig45 B+W conversion C1Pro
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    Sigma 14-24/2.8 @ 14 mm, two shots stitched for wider FOV (S1R)


    Lumix 24-105/4 @24 mm, two shots stitched (S1R)


    Sigma 14-24/2.8 @14 mm, four shots merged as focus stack, crop (S1R), the moon is same place same time, but 105 mm...

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    Re: Fun with S1/s1r

    Last light








    Sigma 45/2.8 dg dn @F/8
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