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Feudal1
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Grabbed a few shots at sunset tonight. Liked the look of this image. Really looking forward to RAW support for this camera in ACR - hopefully, that's coming soon.

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Pine Rock on Catoctin Mountainexternal link by Golfer Chrisexternal link, on Flickr

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Sunset at Pine Rock on Catoctin Mountainexternal link by Golfer Chrisexternal link, on Flickr

Post #46, Mar 03, 2012 22:34:31


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Judder ­ Man
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A few more test shots:

The Forty Pounds Floral Image taken indoors, no flash using 1600 ISO and low shutter speed, very little edge fringing at 200%, fairly satisfied with this one.

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FortyPoundsFloralsexternal link by Judder Hopkinsexternal link, on Flickr

The Balloon Man image was taken beyond its optical zoom range and into the digital zoom band probably around 8 x zoom, I did not keep an eye on the shutter speed
which resulted in 1/25 sec on a slightly moving image, not satisfied with this one as there is artifacts on the skin and movement at 200%, created by Digital Zoom or Shutter Speed..dont know.
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BalloonManexternal link by Judder Hopkinsexternal link, on Flickr

Crimson Curves taken in the same place as the Forty Pound Flora image, tested for exposure accuracy bright background dark foreground. 1600 ISO

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Post #47, Mar 04, 2012 03:25:36


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wow all these photos look fantastic! Thanks for sharing

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Great shots!

Post #49, Mar 04, 2012 12:16:43 as a reply to audipat's post 1 hour earlier.


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Even that digital zoom pic is sharp

Post #50, Mar 04, 2012 12:20:43


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Feudal1 wrote in post #14017813external link
Grabbed a few shots at sunset tonight. Liked the look of this image. Really looking forward to RAW support for this camera in ACR - hopefully, that's coming soon.

Very nice. On a different forum, someone asked about the G1X for landscape. I said, "had they existed, Galen would have used one." I can't think of a nicer easier to tote "system" for landscape.

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ryanshoots wrote in post #14023107external link
Very nice. On a different forum, someone asked about the G1X for landscape. I said, "had they existed, Galen would have used one." I can't think of a nicer easier to tote "system" for landscape.

I think I agree, though I'm admittedly short on experience with this camera right now. Certainly, the initial results seem promising. As people learn this camera, I think we're going to see some really great images over time.

In the meantime... I took this shot today as I was out and about. A lot clouds, and flurries coming down from those clouds in bands in the distance, which is why the sky looks a little odd (it's not the camera or lens - this is actually how the sky looked). Also added some vignetting in post.

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Life in the Countryexternal link by Golfer Chrisexternal link, on Flickr

Post #52, Mar 04, 2012 20:20:51


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My pictures today from the Rural Life Museum: http://lightdescriptio​n.blogspot.com ...1x-rural-life-museum.htmlexternal link

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Updated to lightroom 4 this morning and finally had a chance to shoot in raw. Jpeg just doesnt feel the same to me, so here's my first raw sample!

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Canon g1x raw testexternal link by Buckshots.netexternal link, on Flickr

Post #54, Mar 06, 2012 19:18:17


Canon 5d w/grip / canon 7d/ canon G1X/ 24-70mm 2.8 L/ 17-40mm L/ 50mm 1.4/(2)580ex/ pw's (3) /st-e2/ (2)cp-e3 battery pack/ abr800/ vagabond 2/ calumet genesis 200w(2)/

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All are very crisp with nice colors. These might push me over the edge for a purchase.

Post #55, Mar 06, 2012 20:06:14


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I must say... I'm more impressed with the photographs from the G1 X than I thought I would be. I know it isn't a macro machine..... but the posts here have been clear and sharp.. and the colors are vibrant in a non-artificial way. Selah

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Post #56, Mar 06, 2012 21:55:15


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Wow amazing pics everyone! I can't wait to get one.

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Im in LOVE!!!

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Post #58, Mar 07, 2012 03:47:50


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audipat
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Wow nice photo! If you don't mind me asking, is that straight out of the camera Jpeg?

Post #59, Mar 07, 2012 21:39:02




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Feudal1 wrote in post #14017813external link
Grabbed a few shots at sunset tonight. Liked the look of this image. Really looking forward to RAW support for this camera in ACR - hopefully, that's coming soon.

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Sunset at Pine Rock on Catoctin Mountainexternal link by Golfer Chrisexternal link, on Flickr

Wow thats truly amazing. simply stunned.

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