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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    ooh!

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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    Is that a good ooh ?

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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    Yes! Look at the light bulbs glowing, the detail in the sky behind them, and the detail in the sign below them.

    You need to click on the [all sizes] button to see the image bigger, more detail.

    I'd like to see an image like that side by side with one from a cx1 and one from a dp1.

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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    I looked at all the samples on Flickr, but for me the jpeg artifacts are much too obvious. If the camera did raw, I'd be interested, but since it's jpeg only, I'll pass. Still waiting for the DP2.

    Bill

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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    I'd like to see a GX300 camera with this technology. It could be interesting.

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    Re: ricoh cx1 dr shot

    Quote Originally Posted by Rawfa View Post
    I'd like to see a GX300 camera with this technology. It could be interesting.
    I'm tellin' ya...wait for the GX500...that'll be the camera....

    I didn't realize the cx1 didn't do raw.....what a shame.......

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    Yeah, if the jpeg was cleaner, and there is no reason why it can't be, the raw wouldn't be as necessary. But as Bill mentioned, the lack of control over the artifacts negates the value of the HDR function.

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