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DickB

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G1 and 14-45, in Cork, 2009.

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I took the pm1 on today’s dog walks, around 0F today, thus the B&W

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My EP1 mostly sits on a shelf, it's a pretty camera. Haven't taken it out in quite a while. Maybe I'll remedy that.


EP1 + 45/1.8
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Another with the 45/1.8
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EP1 + 20/1.7
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EP1 + 35-100 f/2.8
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Panasonic GF1
Panasonic 14mm f2.5 + GWC1 wide angle converter lens
(f2.5, 1/30, ISO400)

This one was developed in Silkypix 6.0:

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And this one in Lightroom 5.3:

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Which one do you prefer?
 

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Good-looking dog! Where'd you get those booties? How do you like them?

Thanks, she makes an easy test subject, a 60 lb poodle for reference. The booties are My Busy Dog brand. I just uploaded a couple of other pics onto the winter/ snow thread that show they are bright Orange in case she kicks one off, but these stay on great compared to the others we tried.

https://www.mu-43.com/threads/the-winter-snow-images-thread.55741/post-1454291

These have lasted, I’m not sure, maybe 5-6 seasons using them when it gets below about 10F out here in CO and when we are in the desert SW and are still in great shape. AZ has lots of prickly things for hikes if you don’t use something like this. The worst were essentially socks dipped in plasti-dip, she slipped out of those constantly, and her nails ripped through the sock/plastic in just a couple of outings.
 
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My grandson in November 2008. Shot with Olympus E-420, 14-42mm kit lens at 42mm, ISO 800, 1/80 sec, f/5.6 . Shot RAW and processed in GIMP.
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mfturner

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PM1, dim lighting, 1/13th sec, iso 3200, at 100mm for this one. Who says the old ibis was no good? Accidentally on vivid to accentuate the noise, lol. SOOC
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I serendipitously started using my GF1 again and I'm blown away with the rendering of the 12mp sensor. Funny that I only shot raw and I'm really happy with the 'film styles' and jpeg processing- an aspect of a 10 year old camera that I discovered and never utilized! I thought I was a visionary for using my GF1 again but you guys are way ahead of me. All SOOC:

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A few photos of the pets with the PM1 today.

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I’m used to the p35-100 being on this body, and it took me a while to realize the o14-150 was on the camera. It made me curious how well I could hand hold the PM1 with its ancient ibis at 150mm. Ibis is very personal, I have decent hands, and can usually get about 2 stops better than the convention of 1/effective FL. Here’s 1/15th at 150mm, about my limit and indistinguishable from anything faster. Shutter shock is real with this camera between about 1/60 and 1/160 though. Nice to know I can jump over that range in dim light with this lens.

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Logapeti

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I serendipitously started using my GF1 again and I'm blown away with the rendering of the 12mp sensor. Funny that I only shot raw and I'm really happy with the 'film styles' and jpeg processing- an aspect of a 10 year old camera that I discovered and never utilized! I thought I was a visionary for using my GF1 again but you guys are way ahead of me. All SOOC:
Very nice pictures! Indeed, the 12mp sensors do have some magic up to ISO 800 compared to the newer ones. I am very interested in the particular lenses you used for these pics, but unfortunately I can't see exifs... could you please share them one-by-one? :)
 

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@Logapeti ,

Personally, I have 5, 10, 12, 16 and 20 MPx Olympus cameras. The 16 and 20 MPx cameras comprehensively outperform the others in every parameter.

Don't get me wrong, some of the very best photos I have ever taken were taken with my 5, 10 and 12 MPx cameras. It's just that the 16 and 20 MPx cameras are better technically in every circumstance.
 

Logapeti

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@Logapeti , if you subscribe, the EXIF becomes visible under the image.
Thanks.
Personally, I have 5, 10, 12, 16 and 20 MPx Olympus cameras. The 16 and 20 MPx cameras comprehensively outperform the others in every parameter.
Not to my experience. I bought an Olympus E-M5 after having the GF2, and many times I was disappointed with the rendering. On paper, the parameters look good. In real life images, I had strange posterization effects, and simply the microcontrast seemed worse compared to my GF2 (and even to my very old Canon 300D). I had the same experience with my G5/G6 later, that's why I turned back to the GF1/GF2.
I don't want to start a debate though. It is great to have different choices, and find the one you like.
 
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