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D7k1

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Not going to post it here as it was just of a coffee cup and was 125 Megabytes. But what detail. I did not think I'd use this but I can see when I'm out videoing and have a tripod the detail it gets is going to be a killer for many of the landscape closeups I image.

I have a middle of the road PC now days (i7700/4200 ghz, 32 gig ram, AMD RX480 8 Gig Gpu, a 500 gig SSD and 6 TB's of fast spinners) and was able easily to manipulate the image. This certainly changes the new glass I was looking at, as now I want a set of primes special for this type of imaging.

Fast, large card(s) will be the rule for me with the G9 on landscape outings. Got the G9 for BIF's but it looks like it will see some landscape time.
 

Petermfiore

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I have the G9 and the Hi-Res mode is wonderful for photographing my paintings. I use various Macro lenses (flat field), some legacy and new. Amazing output...

Peter
 

bassman

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I made a stitched pano of 12 or so E-M1.2 hires images (NYC skyline from Weehawken, NJ). The PS .psb file is ~1GB - LR threw up trying to stitch the images. The flattened export is a bit over 100MB and about 100MP. The detail is - appropriately - stunning. You can easily read advertising signs on the street.
 

DennyVanNostrand

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Panasonic makes quite a few questionable design limitations I simply don't see in other cameras, especially when flash is involved. In this case I suppose they felt (given the shutter shock screw up in earlier models) that E-shutter should be used to eliminate vibration.
I've always heard that flash can't be used with E-shutter, So I'm still not sure how Oly is doing it. I was just curious, thanks.
 

KBeezie

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I've always heard that flash can't be used with E-shutter, So I'm still not sure how Oly is doing it. I was just curious, thanks.
They can, but the flash/strobe has to support high speed sync, since the exposure is controlled more precisely where the strobe is started and ended for exactly how much exposure is needed. As opposed to just bursting at a particular window of opportunity without the shutter getting in the way.
 

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