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If someone told me I'd never get good low light shots with high ISO and long exposures with the G9, because it's a MFT small sensor camera, I would take on the challenge anyway.


View attachment 679835Into the night at Bright Angel Point by ToxicTabasco, on Flickr
A wonderful shot of the night sky and the Grand Canyon...out of curiosity do you remember what settings you had the G9 set on? I hope to get out soon with my G9 to do some dark sky images. Anyway, well done!
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A wonderful shot of the night sky and the Grand Canyon...out of curiosity do you remember what settings you had the G9 set on? I hope to get out soon with my G9 to do some dark sky images. Anyway, well done!
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Thanks grcolts. Much appreciated. If I remember it's usually my standard for milky way dark night sky panorama shots. 12mm, f/2.8, 13 second shutter, ISO 3200 or 6400. Have a great adventure with your milky way night photography.
 

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Another Jazz concert shot with Lumix G9 in 4K. The camera got pretty warm shooting the 4K at 30p and 60p during the 95 to 98 degree f temps after sunset. And the good news is, it didn't overheat, and no issues with noise.

 

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my friend lent me his g9 for an hour, didnt really know how to use it, so I mistakenly shot this in jpeg. For a guy who didnt really know what he doing, I think it came out good enough.

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A couple of pics from Monument Valley. One from inside the gift shop, and the other from the photographer's point.
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Photographed with my G9 & Pany 100-300/f4-5.6 II lens...
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Took this flag picture using my G9 and Olympus 60 macro lens...it was a windy day as you can see from the flag waving in the wind.
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Last weekend was my first outing with the G9 at The Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden, Bedfordshire. Previously I have used various Panasonic cameras during visits here but this time was the G9 only.

It wasn't until I looked at the EXIF data on the images below (12-60mm lens), that I realised how good the IBIS is for some one like me with slightly shaky hands:

Gnome LeRhone rotary engine on the Sopwith Camel
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Wilhelm Morrell Anemometer air speed indicator on the Abatros DVa
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Tight crop of the above
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Very pleased with the transition and now to explore the camera fully in other situations!
 

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Last weekend was my first outing with the G9 at The Shuttleworth Collection, Old Warden, Bedfordshire. Previously I have used various Panasonic cameras during visits here but this time was the G9 only.

It wasn't until I looked at the EXIF data on the images below (12-60mm lens), that I realised how good the IBIS is for some one like me with slightly shaky hands:

Gnome LeRhone rotary engine on the Sopwith Camel
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Wilhelm Morrell Anemometer air speed indicator on the Abatros DVa
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Tight crop of the above
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Very pleased with the transition and now to explore the camera fully in other situations!
I can sympathise with slightly shaky hands, and yes IBIS also helps me take sharp photos down to 1/15, all I need now is a setting to straighten tilted shots! :drinks:
 

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I can sympathise with slightly shaky hands, and yes IBIS also helps me take sharp photos down to 1/15, all I need now is a setting to straighten tilted shots! :drinks:
Use the artificial horizon (level and tilt) in the G9. My G7 has it too. I use it. I don't always do what it says, but it's on the screen.
 

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