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Aug 17, 2019 18:52 |  #556

Check out the shutter speed -cameras held over top of my head. That's a pretty fair effort on the IBIS behalf I thought.


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Aug 17, 2019 20:01 |  #557

speedync wrote in post #18911860 (external link)
Well, as the thread starter, I'd be perfectly happy to open it up to include all Panasonic m4/3 cameras. A lot of the menu functions are very similar between models, so can't see any drama there.
Not so sure about including Olympus though. I'll say it straight up -I have nothing at all against Oly cameras or their owners, no offense intended, but the menu system seems quite different, and may tend to confuse things. A disclaimer at the start of any Olympus related post should sort that out though, but could be a bit of a pain for the poster.
Happy to see photos taken with Oly gear, the EXIF data usually makes that clear. Anyway, I'm happy to leave it up to the group to decide which way they want to go, even including Olympus discussions if that's the general consensus

As said elsewhere here I'm an Olympus user and I'd second the stick Only to Panasonic.
Keep it pure.
True Blue Panasonic as we'd say here.
I'll keep following and if need ask and who knows it may see me add G9 to my repertoire.

Being interested in the 100-400mm I can imagine, expect (?) it would talk and cooperate more or more fully with a G9 than Olympus.
Hence my interest in this thread



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Aug 17, 2019 20:07 |  #558

speedync wrote in post #18911864 (external link)
Realised I haven't actually posted a picky in a very long while. Haven't shot a great deal, still recovering from my broken hip, back at work full time, but it's knocking sh!t out of me, so not getting out as much on the weekends. We're getting there though :) Bit by bit :)

Crumbs that's a rough thing to happen! I'd noticed your absence of photos.
Trust your recovery will get better by the day.
Always love your photos
Interesting number plate on the Torana. PMG. Wonder if that's by chance or an ex PMG worker?

0.4 secs. Wow. Somethings working and very well

Keep up the excellent work.



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Aug 17, 2019 21:04 |  #559

avondale87 wrote in post #18911888 (external link)
Crumbs that's a rough thing to happen! I'd noticed your absence of photos.
Trust your recovery will get better by the day.
Always love your photos
Interesting number plate on the Torana. PMG. Wonder if that's by chance or an ex PMG worker?

0.4 secs. Wow. Somethings working and very well

Keep up the excellent work.

I just had a flashback to Penfold from Dangermouse :lol:


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Aug 17, 2019 21:08 |  #560

speedync wrote in post #18911864 (external link)
Realised I haven't actually posted a picky in a very long while. Haven't shot a great deal, still recovering from my broken hip, back at work full time, but it's knocking sh!t out of me, so not getting out as much on the weekends. We're getting there though :) Bit by bit :)

I had looked long and hard at that Sigma lens. You do very well with it!


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Aug 17, 2019 23:47 |  #561

ok need help :(

When I plug the camera into the computer, the charge light comes on as it should. When I turn on the camera nothing happens, the computer seems unable to find it. The top LED plate lights up for a second than disapears and only the state of the battery remains showing. I just can not pull the pics out of the camera anymore. Windows 10. Suggestions welcome, I spose I will have to buy a card reader.


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Aug 18, 2019 08:03 as a reply to  @ kiwichris's post |  #562

Once you plug in the camera and turn it on, hit the menu button once and it should identify the camera sd card as another drive on your computer. Copy the photos to a new folder on your computer. Remember when you are done copying to right-click the camera drive letter on your computer and select "Eject". Once you do that, it is safe to unplug the camera. I only copy photos from the SD card, and I only format the card via the camera menu.
If you try out manual lenses, the camera will have you verify the focal length every time you turn the camera on. So with a manual lens you will need to hit the camera menu button twice after you connect the camera to the computer and turn it on


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Aug 18, 2019 23:12 |  #563

speedync wrote in post #18911867 (external link)
Check out the shutter speed -cameras held over top of my head. That's a pretty fair effort on the IBIS behalf I thought.

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Pretty good aim for an over head shot too! Hope the hips stops stopping you soon! :) Best wishes mate.


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Aug 18, 2019 23:19 |  #564

Pax2You wrote in post #18912088 (external link)
Once you plug in the camera and turn it on, hit the menu button once and it should identify the camera sd card as another drive on your computer. Copy the photos to a new folder on your computer. Remember when you are done copying to right-click the camera drive letter on your computer and select "Eject". Once you do that, it is safe to unplug the camera. I only copy photos from the SD card, and I only format the card via the camera menu.
If you try out manual lenses, the camera will have you verify the focal length every time you turn the camera on. So with a manual lens you will need to hit the camera menu button twice after you connect the camera to the computer and turn it on

It didn't quite happen as described, I had to choose PC Storage then away it went. I thought it was because I did a factory reset. Then of course I could not find the folder. :(:rolleyes: My last 'pooter, an HP, had card reader built in and I also only delete and format the card in camera.

Thanks for your help and answer.


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Aug 19, 2019 03:30 |  #565

From yesterday, grey wet, cold miserable...


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Aug 19, 2019 04:18 |  #566

According to Google Earth I am around 1700 metres away from the ferry nearest


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Aug 19, 2019 04:55 |  #567

when I went out yesterday I was actually looking for colour, not advertising, not shop fronts but this came to light under an overbridge...


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Aug 19, 2019 05:58 |  #568

Last one for today I promise. You go out in the wet, cold, not windy so much, rain, did I say cold? and get this... again about 1800 metres away, poor old 14-140 working hard, one click back from wide open and fully extended in soft light...


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Aug 19, 2019 07:39 |  #569

Cross posted. Waxeyes feeding in my backyard. Really need a 100-300 but also need new curtains. G9 with Lumix 40-140, and heavy crops.

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Aug 19, 2019 08:47 |  #570

Some blossom with the Olympus 60 f/2.8:

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