Doesn't the G9 have a tilt screen? I had one for a while ... but not sure.
Very nice and hand held.
Some good points, I have been trying with the max 15 image stacks the EM1.3 takes. I guess that probably doubles my chance of failure compared to 8 images. I have been trying with the 60mm but I have the 30 as well so will try that lens next time.My cam only stacks 8 pics. I think these were going down at 1/30 or 1/50sec. Crank up your iso until you get good shutter speed. Try shooting less pics, for the stack, I’m sure your cam allows the number of pics to be selected? These are easy. Just jam the camera on the ground, touch screen auto focus. Fire away.
These mushrooms are small, maybe 4 or 5mm across. The 30mm is easier than the 60. Much easier.
Here is another from this arvo. View attachment 901131 I was actually looking for the tiny ground orchids that are flowering at the moment.
Keep trying to get your shutter speed up. Out of about 20 pics this arvo, only two failed to stack. And I only got one keeper... this one View attachment 901132 I lit it from behind with a torch because the light was so low. But sometimes you don’t have to, like this one a few moments later. View attachment 901133 Plenty of these around for practicing on..
It's been a while since I have tried handheld stacking, what I found is body position and stability matters greatly, works best to literally sit down on the ground and support both of your hands either on your knees (if you sit cross-legged) or on the ground, and 3 point contact with the EVF is more successful then using the 3" screen.Some good points, I have been trying with the max 15 image stacks the EM1.3 takes. I guess that probably doubles my chance of failure compared to 8 images. I have been trying with the 60mm but I have the 30 as well so will try that lens next time.
As you say the 30mm is a very good lens
Where's Jasper's nose?