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IQ of GH2

Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by digitalandfilm, Oct 23, 2011.

  1. digitalandfilm

    digitalandfilm Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jul 18, 2011
  2. shnitz

    shnitz Mu-43 All-Pro

    While there's no doubt that the GH2 is amazing, if you are going by pictures online, you'll quickly realize that it doesn't matter which camera you have. Look at these flickr groups for:
    Nikon D50 Flickr: Nikon D50 Users
    Canon D60 (blast from the past!) Flickr: Canon D60
    Panasonic LX1 Flickr: Panasonic LX1
     
  3. M4/3

    M4/3 Mu-43 Top Veteran

    712
    Sep 24, 2011
    Looks very sharp and colorful, but I wonder if it was shot raw first? Some reviewers say the GH2 has mediocre jpegs (though class leading video). I like PENS because the jpegs right out the camera look great. Like today I was in a Ritz camera store looking at the new E-PL3. I popped my memory card into it and took this shot with the 14-42 kit lens right through the store window. I worry, though, that the low profit digital camera division of Olympus might be sold off and the brand could be lost...especially now with the potentially scandalous legal troubles facing the company.
    <a href="http://s636.photobucket.com/albums/uu87/4ALC/new/?action=view&amp;current=EPL3.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]
     
  4. digitalandfilm

    digitalandfilm Mu-43 All-Pro

    Jul 18, 2011
    JPEG's don't really concern me- I always shoot RAW, then process with LR3.5 and perhaps NIK plug-ins like Silver EFX or Color EFX.
     
  5. John M Flores

    John M Flores Super Moderator

    Jan 7, 2011
    NJ
  6. meyerweb

    meyerweb Mu-43 Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Sep 5, 2011
    +1

    I find that many many jpegs need some post-processing, too, regardless of the camera. At a minimum, sharpening needs to reflect the final use (print vs. display) and size of the image, so I don't want to bake the final sharpening into my out-of-camera file. Shooting raw just gives me so much more control and flexibility it's worth the little bit of extra work. Especially since LR make the entire process so easy it's no harder to work with raw than with jpegs.
     
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