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  1. Warren T.

    ISO Slim Belt Case for my Lumix GM5

    Thanks for all the suggestions, everyone. :) Lots to consider here. :2thumbs:
  2. Warren T.

    ISO Slim Belt Case for my Lumix GM5

    I was wondering if anyone has a suggestion for a slim, fitted case, for belt carry only for my recently acquired Lumix GM5 w/ Lumix accessory grip attached and with either the 12-32 kit zoom, or a pancake prime like the 14mm f2.5 or 20mm f1.7? TIA, Warren
  3. Warren T.

    Showcase Panasonic 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6

    I've been away from this site for a while, but I'm back now, having just bought a GM5 from this forum's classifieds(Thanks Keith!). I've been playing around with this camera and its kit lens. So far so good! I like it. Here's a shot that was handheld at 1/8 sec. to capture the water motion.
  4. Warren T.

    Showcase Panasonic 20mm f/1.7

    DMC-GF1, 20mm f1.7
  5. Warren T.

    GM5 - point n shoot for street photography

    I'm waiting for my GM5 to arrive in the mail (just bought it from the Buy & Sell here), and if the EVF is any amount better than the EVF on my LF1 or the ancient EVF1 on my GF1, then I will be happy and satisfied. :)
  6. Warren T.

    Anyone still using older GF series?

    I still use mine, along with a G1 and a G5. (see my avatar, which shows my favorite setup on the GF1, with 20mm, grip, and EVF.
  7. Warren T.

    California's Lost Coast

    Really beautiful places, good work! Thanks for sharing.
  8. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Sleepy Lumix G1, Lumix 100-300mm "Sleepy"
  9. Warren T.

    With Sadness

    Dan, sorry to hear this. I hope you bounce back quickly. Best wishes to you, Warren.
  10. Warren T.

    Panasonic 100-300mm tele zoom, a reappraisal

    This lens is one of the reasons that I am staying with the MU-43 format. I happily use it 99.9% of the time handheld on one of my Lumix bodies (G1, GF1, G5).
  11. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    "Siblings" Lumix G1, Lumix 100-300mm Goslings at Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco --Warren
  12. Warren T.

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    Gosling at Stow Lake, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. (Lumix G1, Lumix 100-300mm) --Warren
  13. Warren T.

    Birders… may I ask for your native m4/3 lens recommendations?

    Thanks Listener :). The heron is eating (swallowing whole) a crayfish. --Warren
  14. Warren T.

    Silverfish stuck in evf

    This is the weirdest and most entertaining camera thread that I've ever read. :smile: :eek: That picture of "Oly" gave me the heebie-jeebies. :hiding: --Warren
  15. Warren T.

    Birders… may I ask for your native m4/3 lens recommendations?

    YMMV depending on how you're using it, but I've been very happy with my Lumix 100-300mm. I use it on one of my 3 Lumix bodies (G1, GF1, and G5). I always shoot handheld. This one was taken with the 100-300mm on my GF1: This one was taken with my G5 and 100-300mm (note: I was very close to...
  16. Warren T.

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    Snowy Egret, Marin County, California. Lumix G5, Lumix 100-300mm --Warren
  17. Warren T.

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    Great Egret in Marin County, Northern California. Lumix G5, Lumix 100-300mm --Warren
  18. Warren T.

    Any still use the GF-1..Opinions too

    My wife and I still use our GF1. The GF1 is my wife's favorite camera and I only get to use it when she's not shooting with it. She won 1st place in a photo contest using the GF1, and placed 2 other times with photos taken using the GF1. It get configured differently depending on my mood (with...
  19. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Happy New Year! It's been a while since I posted anything here...:biggrin: This was taken with a G5 and Lumix 100-300mm lens at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. This Great Blue Heron was intently staring at a gopher hole waiting for the gopher to stick its little head up from the hole...
  20. Warren T.

    Is it me, or is it the 17mm f2.8 lens?

    I would also like to know what your expectations were for these shots. :smile: #1 and #2 are both scenes with difficult lighting, very wide dynamic range. Your camera's automatic exposure program attempted to give you an average exposure for the scene which resulted in your subject (the...
  21. Warren T.

    What type of bicycle do you ride?

    It's fun to see the different bikes you guys ride. I recently started riding again after a long layoff. My 'regular' ride is a late-80's Nishiki Tri-A: Tange 1 CrMO tubing and Shimano 600EX group: My other bike is a 1987 Raleigh Team Replica: Reynolds 531C tube built with a mix of...
  22. Warren T.

    Is the 20mm 1.7 really THAT slow?

    I love the 20mm, no problems focusing for me(others' mileage may vary). I've used it on my G1, GF1, and G5. It is slower then the newer lenses, but as others have mentioned, there are picture taking techniques that can help. I usually stay away from gear threads, but I decided to weigh in on...
  23. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Heron and Crayfish I watched as this Great Blue Heron caught and swallowed a couple of crayfish. This was at a small lake in Golden Gate Park (San Francisco). Lumix GF1, Lumix 100-300mm [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime">...
  24. Warren T.

    Oh.....what to get?

    IMO, the G5 is getting an undeserved bad reputation, which makes it great for bargain hunters. A G5 in the $200-something range is a real bargain for an excellent mu-43 body. --Warren
  25. Warren T.

    Show clouds over your country - one shot

    Clouds over San Francisco Bay [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> Lumix G5, Nikkor-H 50mm f2 --Warren
  26. Warren T.


    Dahlia This was taken at the Dahlia Garden in Golden Gate Park. Does anyone still use the Olympus E-P1? This is my first time using one. My wife won it as a prize in a recent photo contest. I was out testing it yesterday. Olympus E-P1, 17mm f2.8...
  27. Warren T.

    Seeing lots of Panasonic 20mm lenses for sale...why?

    I bought my 20mm f1.7 when it was the only choice for a fast prime in a "normal" focal length. I paid full price at the time ($399) and I have not regretted it. I preferred and worked with 35mm and 50mm lenses (in the 35mm film world), but I simply used my new 20mm a LOT, and I learned to work...
  28. Warren T.

    G5, generics and indicators

    i use a Wasabi battery as a spare for my G5, and so far it has worked fine. --Warren
  29. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Snowy Egret This was taken at Heron's Head Park in San Francisco. Lumix G5, Lumix 100-300mm [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> --Warren
  30. Warren T.

    Want to learn about RAW and processing RAW

    Lightroom has a built-in RAW processor, so you'll be able to see your images as you are importing them into the Lightroom database. LR will let you do your complete end-to-end digital photography workflow, all in LR. My JPEG workflow and RAW workflow are the same once the files are imported...
  31. Warren T.

    Showcase Panasonic 100-300mm f/4-5.6 (mk I)

    Lumix G5, Lumix 100-300mm "On the Edge", Pacifica, CA [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> --Warren
  32. Warren T.

    Showcase Panasonic 20mm f/1.7

    Looking West from the Golden Gate Overlook on a clear winter evening in SF: Lumix G5, Lumix 20mm f1.7 [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> --Warren
  33. Warren T.

    Yeah..I got the Best deal ever!

    WOW! You got a great deal! --Warren
  34. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Trying out my new equipment combo... I'm very pleased with it so far: Sanderlings at Rest, Pacifica, California Lumix G5, Lumix 100-300mm [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> --Warren
  35. Warren T.

    A point & shoot instead of standard zoom?

    It's interesting that you brought up this topic. On our recent road trip, and before I acquired my G5, I only had two Mu-43 bodies, the G1 and GF1. My wife would often go off with the GF1 and 14-45mm which leaves me with the G1. On this trip, when I had my 45-200mm on the G1, I had my LX5 slung...
  36. Warren T.

    Showcase Panasonic 20mm f/1.7

    FWIW, I vote for no post-processing restrictions on threads of this nature. There were no restrictions stated when this thread was started, and we shouldn't change it now :smile: --Warren This was taken with my new G5, and 20mm, processed with LR and SEP2...
  37. Warren T. Lightning Deal on Panasonic G5 $399.99

    Bummer, I recently paid $499 for mine on Amazon. :(. On the other hand, I probably would have missed the lightning deal anyway. :)
  38. Warren T.

    Panasonic OEM Battery vs. After Market Battery

    I am in a similar situation to John, I just ordered a G5, which I believe uses the same battery as the GH2. Can anyone recommend a source for an aftermarket battery? Thanks, Warren
  39. Warren T.

    Anyone using a Sekonic light meter?

    I use the tiny Sekonic L-208 Twinmate with my meterless film cameras to supplement my internal (eyeball to brain) exposure estimates. Your cameras' meters are pretty accurate. I don't feel a need to use an external meter if there is already one in the camera. Learn how to use the built-in...
  40. Warren T.

    Share Birds

    Seen at Bodega Bay, California, shot with Lumix G1 and Lumix 45-200mm --Warren [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime">
  41. Warren T.

    Show clouds over your country - one shot

    Clouds Over Yosemite, 2011, Lumix G1, Lumix 45-200mm @ 45mm --Warren [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime">
  42. Warren T.

    Alaska Trip (Fairbanks, Denali, Seward)

    Really great pictures, thanks for sharing them with us! Like Caimi, I will need to review these in greater detail when I have more time. :) --Warren
  43. Warren T.

    Old russian/soviet lens for beginner

    I have owned the I-26m and I-61L/D, and also a Jupiter 8. My favorite is the J-8 because of the Sonnar-like image characteristics. --Warren
  44. Warren T.

    Showcase Tokina 300mm f/2.8 AT-X SD

    now THAT's a lens! :) Looking forward to seeing some shots from it. Which camera is it going on? --Warren
  45. Warren T.

    Flying the flag for mu-43...

    Congratulations on your showings! :)
  46. Warren T.

    opinions about this processing?

    i like the look too :)
  47. Warren T.

    11th Mu-43 Salon Competition - Wildlife

    Deer Kiss Taken in 2011, in Yosemite Valley, with Lumix G1 and Lumix 45-200mm --Warren
  48. Deer Kiss

    Deer Kiss

    Taken in Yosemite Valley, 2011, G1, 45-400mm
  49. Warren T.

    Members from 2009 and 2010 Reunion. Drop a line!

    I've been here since March 2010. This is a nice place to hang out. :smile: I'm still using the G1 that I bought right around the time I joined --Warren
  50. Warren T.

    Share: Squirrels & Chipmunks

    An older picture, but I like it. This was taken near Carmel, CA: G1, Nikkor 200mm F4 Micro [img]" border=0 alt="Hosting provided by FotoTime"> --Warren
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