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    Ricoh GXR P10 28mm-300mm . . . . Images

    I have just received this camera. I also have a GRD and GX-200 and have always been a Ricoh fan.

    So far, I'm not disappointed

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    Are these converted from raw or ooc jpeg? How is the noise so far? The colors seem quite real and not oversaturated. Thanks for posting and let us know how it performs in various scenarios ie indoors etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    Are these converted from raw or ooc jpeg? How is the noise so far? The colors seem quite real and not oversaturated. Thanks for posting and let us know how it performs in various scenarios ie indoors etc.
    They are all raw images processed in Lightroom 3

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    Hi Keith, just got this camera, too, and am very happy so far. I think the raw files have a very pleasing "grain" and am not at all bothered by the noise. I'm using the ACDSeePro trial version to process for the moment, am going to download Lightroom 3 next to see if I like it any better. The camera sure is a sturdy little guy and I love the LCD and EVF, just super!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan View Post
    Hi Keith, just got this camera, too, and am very happy so far. I think the raw files have a very pleasing "grain" and am not at all bothered by the noise. I'm using the ACDSeePro trial version to process for the moment, am going to download Lightroom 3 next to see if I like it any better. The camera sure is a sturdy little guy and I love the LCD and EVF, just super!
    Joan - glad you are liking it. Ricoh makes the best user interface bar none. Which lens will you buy next?

    Anyone who wants to see what this camera is capable of should look at the South African series on Dpreview

    http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/re...ples/slideshow

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    Re: Ricoh GXR P10 28mm-300mm . . . . Images

    Here is a shot using the DR mode, which combines two images at different exposures into one.

    ISO 3200, 1/1150s, f7.4, 5.4mm - - hand held

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    Hey! Your not supposed to be able to do those handheld
    Very nice photo's Keith. The colors in the second shot are beautiful. I was considering picking up a GRD III, but may have to re-think that now. My GRD I is still working like a champ so maybe a GXR/P10 is in my future....
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    Keith,

    The exif data shows ISO 3200, is that correct? It looks promising, have you printed any yet?

    Thanks and please keep posting different file types!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    Keith,

    The exif data shows ISO 3200, is that correct? It looks promising, have you printed any yet?

    Thanks and please keep posting different file types!
    bbodine9 - yes that is at ISO 3200

    Here is a DR jpeg (I have worked it over in LL3 as I don't normally take jpegs - and haven't set up the camera to my liking)
    These are just taken by setting the cam to scene mode,then DR and shooting. It puts you into high iso, as you can see. When I get more time, I'll play around with it.

    Keith

    ISO 3200, 1/1600s, f7.4, 5.4mm


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    This is macro mode - a close up of an Hydrangea

    ISO 200, 1/80s, f7.7, 52.5mm

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    Re: Ricoh GXR P10 28mm-300mm . . . . Images

    Another flower shot:

    ISO 400, 1/45s, f5.6 (raw processed in Topaz Denoise 4 and Lightroom 3)

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    Lots of nice detail there, Keith! Curious, you like the Topaz Denoise better than what can be achieved in in LR3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan View Post
    Lots of nice detail there, Keith! Curious, you like the Topaz Denoise better than what can be achieved in in LR3?
    Joan, I much prefer Topaz to LR3 for noise reduction. I seem to land up with a granular structure in the noise with LR3

    Have you read this article from Luminous Landscape?

    http://www.luminous-landscape.com/re...re/topaz.shtml

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    Ah, thanks for that, Keith, I hadn't read it. The Topaz results are clearly way better, wow!! Will put that on my list of software needs for sure.
    Regards,
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    Re: Ricoh GXR P10 28mm-300mm . . . . Images

    Here is a jpeg straight from the camera with no PP

    f12, 1/270s, ISO 100, 300mm equiv (hand held)

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    Wow, Keith, these are very nice photos. I was considering a GRD III as my GRD I is a bit long in the tooth and although I baby my gear, one day it may cease to function. Now I have to take a long hard look at the P10. It's funny, but there aren't many fans of the S10 unit. Is the P10 that much better??? Anyway thanks to your fine pictures and others too, I have to reconsider my options. A quick question before I go, have you used the snap function with the P10?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jminor View Post
    Wow, Keith, these are very nice photos. I was considering a GRD III as my GRD I is a bit long in the tooth and although I baby my gear, one day it may cease to function. Now I have to take a long hard look at the P10. It's funny, but there aren't many fans of the S10 unit. Is the P10 that much better??? Anyway thanks to your fine pictures and others too, I have to reconsider my options. A quick question before I go, have you used the snap function with the P10?
    Thanks,
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    No John, I haven't used snap mode, but I'll give it a try. I'm really enjoying this camera and hope to have the A12 soon.

    Keith

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    "Backlit Leaves"

    GXR P10, 1/75s,f7.4,ISO 100

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    Keith.
    That is Wickedly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D upton-Hackett. View Post
    Keith.
    That is Wickedly good.
    Thanks Derek. I love this camera, good size, good weight, good feel - and the pleasure of removing that lensor to stuff in another is exciting.

    It's an ideal travel camera, where you need short and long range in a small package, but know that you can get in a larger sensor for the more serious stuff. I'm worried that this may take over from my m4/3 system, but until Ricoh introduces a m4/3 mount for the GXR that won't happen

    Does anyone else have some images to show from this camera - I know Joan has one?

    Keith

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    Awesome results from the Ricoh GXR P10 28mm-300mm, I think I must buy that camera for my photography project. It is the beautiful small censor camera with the latest lens. I love that camera for its best lensor system and results which gives so clear picture.

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    Sorry, Keith, I am a no show. Feeling guilty that I still haven't gotten out to shoot anything interesting with my P10 yet. Going on a mini vacation soon, maybe I'll come home with something worth sharing, fingers crossed! Love the camera, though.

    Oh, BTW, there's a new firmware: v. 1.18:

    http://www.ricoh.com/r_dc/download/firmware/gxr/

    Just downloaded and installed it a little while ago. All went smoothly with that, thank goodness.
    Regards,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joan View Post
    Sorry, Keith, I am a no show. Feeling guilty that I still haven't gotten out to shoot anything interesting with my P10 yet. Going on a mini vacation soon, maybe I'll come home with something worth sharing, fingers crossed! Love the camera, though.

    Oh, BTW, there's a new firmware: v. 1.18:

    http://www.ricoh.com/r_dc/download/firmware/gxr/

    Just downloaded and installed it a little while ago. All went smoothly with that, thank goodness.
    Thanks Joan, I had no clue about the new firmware. Good luck shooting on the vacation - this is the perfect camera for that.

    Keith

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    "Rattray Marsh"

    1/190s, f7.4, ISO 400

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    "White Lillies"

    GXR P10 1/540s, f12, ISO400

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    Keith it looks like you are progressing well with the P10 module. Are these jpegs ooc or raw? What are your impressions after using it for a few weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    Keith it looks like you are progressing well with the P10 module. Are these jpegs ooc or raw? What are your impressions after using it for a few weeks?
    bbodine9

    All of them are raw unless I state the opposite. I find that the files are really easy to work on in Lightroom.
    I love the camera and it is becoming serious competition to my Pana G1's and E-P2. I will get the A12 soon.
    It's about the same size as a Canon G10/11. I have kept my GRD as an extra small shirt pocket camera when size matters

    Keith

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    This is a street photo taken at dusk: 1/60s, f8.7,ISO 100, raw.
    Cropped to about 1/3. Processed in Lightroom with noise removal in Topaz Denoise 4.

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