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Tommydigi
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Jan 01, 2013 21:35 |  #76

2mnycars wrote in post #15425628 (external link)
Hi Tommy,Are you on FB? I posted an uncropped, handheld photo of the moon. Just part of it! Right out of the camera.


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This was done last night, first night we had the sx50...right out of the camera. Stopped down 1-2/3 stops...1200 mm, handheld though cheating with the back of my hand resting on the outside wall of my house.


Pretty impressive, This looks like a cool little camera. I have seen some amazing bird shots with this camera.


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Jan 01, 2013 21:49 |  #77

Tommydigi wrote in post #15433187 (external link)
Pretty impressive, This looks like a cool little camera. I have seen some amazing bird shots with this camera.

Thanks Tommy!
That's with the camera right out of the box. Winter scenes are beautiful. Snow is white! Properly exposed, with no fooling around. Have to open the manual and see what we are missing.
Still interested in a G15....that is the reason I started this thread


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Jan 01, 2013 22:03 |  #78

airbutchie wrote in post #15430623 (external link)
Thanks trewyn15!!! Here's the setup below:

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That's a pretty cool setup! There's a pretty similar one at work that I've played with some, I want to get my hands on one of these G15's I just don't think I can justify the price right now after buying all these new accessories for my T3 lol


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Jan 02, 2013 10:56 |  #79

Received the G15 as a small back up to my other equipment for Christmas, here is a self protrait - shot in Raw ISO 320, F1.8, 1/30 in "P"

What do you think?


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Jan 02, 2013 19:51 |  #80

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Jan 04, 2013 19:15 as a reply to  @ jmschwartz's post |  #81

keepem' comin' - good stuff!
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Jan 07, 2013 12:11 |  #82

Yes please!

Two reasons for me...
--camera selection (I know I want a G15, but do I really need one? ( apologies to Tom H---RIP)
--inspiration! (photographers in this group will take the best photos, no matter what camera they select!

Thanks in advance


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Jan 07, 2013 12:53 |  #83

For me, personally, I was looking to update our old Canon SD400 P&S... At times, I didn't want to lug around 'heavier' equipment to family gatherings, vacations spots, and/or event parties... So I began looking at the 'G-series' cameras to replace our SD400... There were a few factors I was considering for the upgrade/update:

- Video capabilities
- Compact size
- Various camera capabilities (face detection, customization settings, etc.)
- Available accessories

Price was also in the mix and I knew I didn't want to go over $500 for a new P&S... So I looked into a few of the new model Canon P&S and decided to go with the G15 because it fit the requirements I wanted... Add the fact that I could use my filter setup (with a 58mm step ring) and I was good to go... I'm relatively new to this camera and I know that I've only touched the surface of what it could do now and the future... I have no regrets whatsoever with this choice and will continue to contribute and share photographic images and/or settings on how the image was captured...

In any event, I hope to post more compositions in the near future and push this camera to its limits on what it can achieve!!!

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Jan 09, 2013 17:48 |  #84

Picked up a G15 yesterday to replace my lost G10. It really seems much, much smaller in my hand. Here's a quick pic of yesterday's other acquisition; a refurb 7D body

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Jan 10, 2013 23:11 |  #85

How is the G15 in full auto mode?

Bought a G9 when it came out, and it's a great camera, but I never thought much of the full auto mode. The idea was to have a nice camera with controls, but also function as an auto P&S for my Mom to use when she goes on trips. I never felt it performed too well in auto mode, and she never liked it. She's still using an A620, but it's getting pretty old.

I'm loving these pics from the G15, and I'm thinking I need to upgrade (regardless of how good auto mode is). :)




  
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Jan 11, 2013 07:46 as a reply to  @ manderson's post |  #86

I believe my amaryllis close up above was in full auto mode. Anyway, I think that mode is quite fun, even though I shoot mostly aperture priority.

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Jan 13, 2013 19:11 as a reply to  @ jmschwartz's post |  #87

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One of my first pics testing the G15

Just got me a G7 X on order:)

  
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Jan 13, 2013 20:45 |  #88

Thanks Hivoltage! (edit: The Westie caught my eye, as I used to have 2 of these wonderful dogs.)
Wonderful!
I am Consideing an S100, as well as a G15. Would love to learn more from you.

Considering:
* S100 (if I can still find one)
* S110 otherwise
* G15 (every day carry? faster focus? (Golden Regrievers have replaced my Westies, though I have fond memories)
* P7700 Nikon (don't trust Nikon to produce good P&S that will focus well and quickly, though this is from past experience)
* Fuji...forget the name? XS10?

The reason I started this thread was to admire the images produced by other good photographers, allowing me to make a better decision, filling my needs for an everydaycarry camera.


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Jan 22, 2013 15:26 |  #89

I am thinking of buying this camera to have at times I don't have my 5D III on me, would the D15 be a better move than the G12? also how does the built in ND filter work? thanks.


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Jan 31, 2013 10:39 |  #90

Just got this camera the other day and am loving it so far.
Great on-hand camera. The 60D is just too big and heavy to carry around all the time.

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