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leeland

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Hi i have just joined have been reading stuff on here for a wile i am getting a GF1 plus 20mm deliverd tomorow i hope:smile:Is there any tips any one would like to give on settings i already have the LX3 which i have had for 2 years any help would be much appreceated.
 

Fiddler

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Welcome and hello from Scotland! That's a lovely camera and lens combination you're getting there. I just got a GF1 last week and like it very much. Have fun!

All the best,

Colin
 

Streetshooter

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Welcome.
It would help if you could give us an idea of what your intent is.
Example...
What subject matter interest you?
What you use for processing?
How you want the camera to handle?
Raw or jpeg.....etc...
Don
 

leeland

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Welcome and hello from Scotland! That's a lovely camera and lens combination you're getting there. I just got a GF1 last week and like it very much. Have fun!

All the best,

Colin
Thanks Colin thats my intent :thumbup:
 

leeland

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Welcome.
It would help if you could give us an idea of what your intent is.
Example...
What subject matter interest you?
What you use for processing?
How you want the camera to handle?
Raw or jpeg.....etc...
Don
Well Don i use my LX3 for landscape and a lot of street stuff with JPEGs but my achilles heel is PP i must admit i have just had DXO on a 30 trial which just run out so i am open to advice on that as well thank you for your reposone.PS I did handel the EPL1 in the shop but i felt it was not for me.
 

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It doesn't come with an SD card. Class 4 or higher is needed for video.

Otherwise, the only tip is make sure the battery is charged up, 'cuz you're going to want to take a lot of pictures!
 

Streetshooter

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Leeland,
You may want to try the free Light Room Trial.
If you plan on anything above semi-serious, you will need a good organizer and processor.
If you hang out here for any length of time, you will get active and serious.
This group is a very active group to say the least.
I hear tell not 1 member can go more than 48hrs without making some kind photo.

There's plenty of threads on gear, software etc. Check it out and don't hold back your questions.
Don
 

leeland

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Leeland,
You may want to try the free Light Room Trial.
If you plan on anything above semi-serious, you will need a good organizer and processor.
If you hang out here for any length of time, you will get active and serious.
This group is a very active group to say the least.
I hear tell not 1 member can go more than 48hrs without making some kind photo.

There's plenty of threads on gear, software etc. Check it out and don't hold back your questions.
Don
Thank you Don after the 30 day trial with the DXO i am inclined to get the standard eddition for £85 the offer ends on the 31st december but can not find if it supports the GF1 ??? any one know i would be greatfull for advice:rolleyes:
 
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