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Old Apr 27th, 2012, 04:25 AM   #71
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Thanks no I wanna shoot like this....



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Old Apr 27th, 2012, 10:45 AM   #72
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That shot is about 75% technique (world's best camera and lens won't guarantee you get it), but it can't hurt to start saving your pennies for one of these:

Olympus 75mm f/1.8 Micro Four Thirds Lens Announced

Price not yet announced... best guess would be in the $750 ballpark.
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Old Apr 27th, 2012, 12:45 PM   #73
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Youse guys gonna cost me lotsa money....



I assume there are others on a learning curve.....what about a stick up top that has links and tips etc.
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Old Apr 27th, 2012, 01:59 PM   #74
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Sorry, Doc, forgot to mention that once you buy a system camera it is officially an expensive hobby, like boats, fine wine, saltwater aquaria, audiophile gear, sports cars...

Your choices: make more money, turn your hobby into a moneymaker, or strictly limit your roster of expensive hobbies.
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urk - done boats, you missed sailplanes, was in the audiophile biz so that didn't count....and I try and keep the mcycle to a reasonable expense level

Still its a way to store memories and I tell you on a Cinema display a good pic is really appealing. Thanks for ongoing help - really appreciate it.

I put this one up on the Picato site see how it does - people have liked it when they see on the screen at the office

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Love the reflection in the water. So much going on in such a still photo.
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I put this one up on the Picato site see how it does - people have liked it when they see on the screen at the office
That's a nice shot.
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I put this one up on the Picato site see how it does - people have liked it when they see on the screen at the office
I played with this shot ever so slightly and reduced the size just a bit. Wound up with this:

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Cool - again the little camera frustrates me with good shots at times then under what seems easy conditions - whimps out.

I did upgrade the firmware but have had no chance to use it since. I really think the AI was confused on some shots and I wold see it switch modes briefly - the setting flashes on the LCD briefly.

When I'm feeling better and get another storage card I will try some comparative shots against the GX to see if I can hone down some settings on the little one.
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Ah nice - finally stopped coughing and hacking enough to play -
I do love the tap to focus screen and the AF is really quick. Just instant response.




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