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audipat wrote in post #14046948external link
Wow nice photo! If you don't mind me asking, is that straight out of the camera Jpeg?

Yeah apart from slight colour tweak and a play on curves!

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I dont suppose anyone can take some pictures of moving targets like pets or kids.

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This is from my first series of shots, taken after the battery was charged.

No flash and unedited crop of wife's eye. Auto ISO 1600, 1/6s @ f5.6

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Post #63, Mar 08, 2012 13:42:12


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What she was saying? "is that a new camera?"
Second shot with flash, 1/80s @f5.6, auto ISO 800.

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Post #64, Mar 08, 2012 13:44:48


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And outdoors, still ISO 800. Pretty good at pixel level.

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Post #65, Mar 08, 2012 13:47:09


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WOW! This is one impressive camera. I'm thinking of getting one to replace my 550D, Tamron 17-50 f2.8 and 60mm macro. For what I do I think it will be almost perfect but I do love to do macro. There will be a macro lens add on so that will take care if the macro side. Two things that I think I would get most from is the flip screen and IS. Not having IS on my set up can be a bit of a problem.

Do you think this is a wise thing to do?

Post #66, Mar 08, 2012 16:22:56 as a reply to advaitin's post 2 hours earlier.


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GhostHunter wrote in post #14051766external link
WOW! This is one impressive camera. I'm thinking of getting one to replace my 550D, Tamron 17-50 f2.8 and 60mm macro. For what I do I think it will be almost perfect but I do love to do macro. There will be a macro lens add on so that will take care if the macro side. Two things that I think I would get most from is the flip screen and IS. Not having IS on my set up can be a bit of a problem.

Do you think this is a wise thing to do?

I can't answer as far as the macro, but so far I'm loving my g1x over my 7d. It's light, small, and takes incredible images in low light. I have made it my live camera rig when I shoot videos at concerts. The quality is amazing.

Post #67, Mar 08, 2012 17:00:27


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jkim3381 wrote in post #14047054external link
Wow thats truly amazing. simply stunned.

Thanks! The G1 X is a fine camera.

Post #68, Mar 08, 2012 21:49:55


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dou_b_14 wrote in post #14051995external link
I can't answer as far as the macro, but so far I'm loving my g1x over my 7d. It's light, small, and takes incredible images in low light. I have made it my live camera rig when I shoot videos at concerts. The quality is amazing.

Thanks, This really is looking like a low end DSLR replacement. All that quality and not having to lug the weight arround, It's very tempting!:D

Post #69, Mar 09, 2012 00:59:21


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Post #70, Mar 09, 2012 08:09:44


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Couple of shots in poor light this afternoon, tested out the exposure bracketing, used 2 shots out of the 3 shots taken. Bit Breezy so there is movement in the foreground. However still plenty of detail in the church structure.


Close Image of crocus foreground with church tower/doorway.

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Full image of church and the grounds. Bit of a filter added to sky.
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Post #71, Mar 09, 2012 10:29:44


Canon 5D mk3, Canon 70D, 50mm 1.4, 17-40L, 24-105L, 70-200L, 100-400L, Canon 100L macro, Canon 300L, Canon 2 x G1X, Speedliite 430 EX all supported by Gitzo and Benro.
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A little snapshot from yesterday.

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Post #72, Mar 10, 2012 03:36:00


Canon 5D MK2 with grip,7D w/grip,G1x,300mm 2.8is, 35 1.4L, 24-70 2.8II, 85 1.8, 70-200L 2.8 is, 100L macro, 2x& 1.4 tele, canon pro9000 printer, 600ex-rt,580ex 2 flash, macro flash
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Can anyone shoot some macro photos with this new camera ?
need to see some examples
Thanks

Post #73, Mar 10, 2012 05:25:14


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moltengold wrote in post #14060983external link
Can anyone shoot some macro photos with this new camera ?
need to see some examples
Thanks

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Some more test shots, instead of some well exposed pretty images. I thought I would take the camera to its limits with high iso and very difficult contrast conditions at low shutter speeds, for me they are not acceptable and perhaps we have found the limits of low light with this camera. ISO range from 6400 to 12000, all hand held with low shutter speed.

First Image very bright condition top of Image, very dark condition bottom part of Image.
Second Image dark and bright areas all over the place, burnt out at the alter cloth.
Third Image colour leakage and fringing at the neon signs, no post processing done to negate it.


Choirs Chapel

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Regiments Chapel
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Printworks Interior
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Post #75, Mar 10, 2012 13:44:23


Canon 5D mk3, Canon 70D, 50mm 1.4, 17-40L, 24-105L, 70-200L, 100-400L, Canon 100L macro, Canon 300L, Canon 2 x G1X, Speedliite 430 EX all supported by Gitzo and Benro.
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