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    Like to see some G10 images

    Okay I would like to see some G10 shots and maybe folks can give me there impressions of the G10 also.
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    Re: Like to see some G10 images

    Guy,
    The G10 is a wonderful camera. It's a little bigger than
    most other cameras in it's class but ot's also the most
    durable.

    The lens, tho shorter than the G9, is much more contrastier.
    This is more important than sharpness but itis sharper
    the the 9 also. The camera makes use of it's large
    files and. noise is acceptable to 400 and even 800 will
    work in color with some NR.

    The viewfinder is no better than the 9 and is a waste
    of space. The camera has a decent layout for controlls
    but is more habit forming than intuitive.

    The screen is bright and easy to see details even riding
    on my Harley with a neckstrap.
    The releasw is easy to fire and It fired a few times when I
    was just checking exposure etc.

    The af is fast, accurate and even in low light, it will lock
    on target rather quicky....

    It's a little less elegant than some other cameras but it's
    the only one that feels real solid and
    maybe professional.

    I sold mine because I don't like zoomies. I got the DP1
    and the GX200. I am already looking for another G10
    because I now realize it was a miatake to sell it.

    PS... The battery life is awesome. I did 2 missions, about
    750 frames and only 1/2 of the battery was used.
    don

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    Re: Like to see some G10 images

    Hello
    Just added some images to the existing G10 picture thread.
    am

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    Re: Like to see some G10 images

    Thanks Don, I played with one in Moab actually and i actually liked it because it was big. The Leica and Pana are to small for me and they are uncomfortable to hold. Afraid to drop the darn thing. LOL
    I also like the analog controls of the G10. The compensation button is great just dial in what you need. I am a dial man if you know what i mean. Coming from the M8 and DMR with simple to think controls and now MF everything is dial it in. I am a throwback shooter and like mechanical things or things that are simple to push around. Thanks your description is what I wanted to hear.
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    Re: Like to see some G10 images

    Quote Originally Posted by arashm View Post
    Hello
    Just added some images to the existing G10 picture thread.
    am
    Great running over to that thread. I forgot we had that one.
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    Re: Like to see some G10 images

    BTW i wanted a camera that i can use C1 for several reasons. One is i am a expert raw processing machine and C1 has been my tool for years and second C1 does a nice job on noise for many camera's and I am sure I can control some of that with processing. I just went through the G1 , lovely camera but raw processing the files is not my cup of tea with the programs for it. I like to use only ONE raw processing software and to me that is how you really learn a program and can get the most out of your files. I can use others but more crap on my machines which i try to keep the machines very simple. Too much and there is always conflicts in your systems plus it also makes your systems faster with less junk on them. When I teach my mantra is try them all , find what you like than work it to death with regards to the raw processing program you use. Jumping around will only hurt you in the long run.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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