Jason C wrote in post #11707922
Kristy, I took the PEN to work today and snaped some people and other junk. I've only briefly skimmed through today's output on my non calibrated laptop; shot everything at iso 400. Outdoor shots seem fine, but indoor shots at iso 400 seem quite noisy. Okay, I'm not expecting great iso performance form a small micro 4/3s sensor, and only time will tell as I really start using the PEN and get to know the raw files.
Another thing, as expected the PEN devours it's battery; about 250 RAW captures from a fully charged battery...time to get a few more.
Interesting... good information... Not sure when I'll ever decide on what to buy, but I did sell off my 20D a few months ago with the intent of buying something small for when I don't want to lug around my big stuff.
Was kinda looking at Canon's S-95, and something from Panasonic... forgot what it's called now, the Pen, and something else... it's been a while since I did my research..
jetcode wrote in post #11711640
Considering how much dribble hits these pages I do believe you have been blessed to read it just once! Treat your cactus like your kids and the world will continue to spin.
dribble, blessed, hugging cactus, and having my world spin..... how about if I just let my head spin for a while... lol..
Harm wrote in post #11711676
^ I don't think Kristy is going to hug a cactus
No cactrs hugging here.... lol.. I bumped into one once by accident and those little spines are not fun to pull out...
jetcode wrote in post #11712012
^^^ well I could certainly use a hug how about middle aged photographers with a tendency towards psychotic narcissism?
hmmmmmm....... We could send you a cute teddy bear...?
jetcode wrote in post #11712074
^^^ I'll have you know "we" are offended by that comment and nearly everything else that resembles truth!
you, yourself, and you make for a very interesting combination... lol...