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    Re: Fun with Light L16

    My pleasure, Carl!

    I made portraits of myself and my Moto Guzzi V7III Racer today, since I just got back from having the suspension upgraded, new custom wheels, and new tires fitted.


    Light L16
    ISO 100 @ f/8 @ 1/1500 @ 70mm


    full rez: https://farm1.staticflickr.com/950/4...96776303_o.jpg



    Light L16
    ISO 100 @ f/5 @ 1/1500 @ 70mm


    full rez: https://farm1.staticflickr.com/949/2...b4421348_o.jpg

    enjoy!
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    Re: Fun with Light L16

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    A great little camera, John! I hope you find it as much fun and as capable as I (and Carl and Norm) do.

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    I am looking forward to working with the camera. Time will tell if I get comfortable with it, but, given the images in this thread, it certainly seems worth the effort. I am not usually a "train blazer" , but this technology is too intriguing to pass-up. I will report back after I have had some time and fun with it!

    P.S. Beautiful bike! The detail in the full rez images is really impressive. Can't wait to get started...

    John

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    Re: Fun with Light L16

    Thanks!

    A hand-held panorama I made yesterday while riding the Racer up Mount Hamilton, overlooking Silicon Valley from the southeast:


    Light L16
    Six frame Panorama merge - original 87 Megapixel


    Full rez (20 Mbytes): https://farm1.staticflickr.com/975/2...f7db597c_o.jpg

    enjoy!
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    Re: Fun with Light L16

    Just to note that the claim of near MF quality in L16 files has some merit, here is a comparison shot of the green leaves shot yesterday with the L16 taken again today using my Pentax 645z. I don't think that the L16 gives up much to the 645z.


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    More plants. Straight down shot from the edge of my deck. Monochrome version here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Just to note that the claim of near MF quality in L16 files has some merit, here is a comparison shot of the green leaves shot yesterday with the L16 taken again today using my Pentax 645z. I don't think that the L16 gives up much to the 645z.
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    That's amazingly close!

    I'm going to have that pano I posted made into a 13x53 inch sized canvas print. That will be at 360 ppi... I'm quite interested to see what a large scale printed rendering looks like.

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    Re: Fun with Light L16

    Yes, there's very little difference. Perhaps a little more sunlight in the 645Z photo. I'm a little bit smitten by the camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    That's amazingly close!

    I'm going to have that pano I posted made into a 13x53 inch sized canvas print. That will be at 360 ppi... I'm quite interested to see what a large scale printed rendering looks like.

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    I'm sure that the print will look great. Nice image and print quality at 13 inches high should be excellent. I've printed a couple of L16 files at 18x24 and they look very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    I don't think that the L16 gives up much to the 645z.
    Probably need to inspect prints side-by-side to see any difference... if any. Thanks for posting.

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