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Aug 18, 2019 23:19 |  #556

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.

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Aug 19, 2019 03:30 |  #557

From yesterday, grey wet, cold miserable...


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Aug 19, 2019 04:18 |  #558

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


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Aug 19, 2019 04:55 |  #559

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 |  #560

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 |  #561

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 |  #562

Some blossom with the Olympus 60 f/2.8:

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Aug 19, 2019 10:46 |  #563

Nicely done Rosey! I really like the second one in particular.☺️


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Aug 19, 2019 12:28 as a reply to  @ roseyposey's post |  #564

Rosie...

#1 for the win! Beauty.




  
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Aug 19, 2019 13:10 |  #565

Thanks .... pleased with these, especially one and two. Struggle a bit with the lens, although getting used to it now, and love the results when I get it right!


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Aug 19, 2019 18:28 |  #566

Nice series, thankyou


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Aug 20, 2019 03:10 |  #567

not sure how this will work, somewhat scared it will over power?


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Aug 20, 2019 18:30 |  #568

It still astounds me how well this camera can handle iso1600. I interrupted morning breckky :oops:


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Aug 21, 2019 23:16 |  #569

Took a giant step outside of my comfort zone today when I woke to a text from a real estate agent I used to shoot listing photos for. He had sent the text around 11:30 pm, well after my bedtime and I got it when I woke up at 3:30 am.

His niece’s wedding was today and the videographer they had lined up had the misfortune of being in a helicopter crash yesterday. They were scrambling trying to find someone to cover on very short notice.

I didn’t think I would be able to help, but I packed up my G9 kit and took it with me when I headed out for my “real” job, just in case...

Spoke to him at 8 am and explained that while I do have two casual, informal weddings and a reception under my belt as a photographer, I hadn’t videoed anything other than my kids decades ago and my dogs in the backyard.

He said even just a static shot from a tripod, no editing and just raw footage would be fine. Their only other option was for his wife to do it, but she wanted to watch the ceremony, not “work”. They had a professional photographer so worst case it was wasted effort and they would at least have quality stills.


My initial inclination was to say no but being a romantic I thought how disappointed I would be if I wasn’t able to get video of my big day. Promising nothing but Raw footage and no editing, I told him I would give it a try. My boss was kind enough to let me take a few hours comp time on short notice and I headed for the venue.

Did a quick read of the video section of the manual, set it up for Aperture priority, 4K 30fps slapped the PL 12-60mm lens on, opened it all the way and gave it a go. All in all, not too nerve racking and I ended up with 25 minutes of footage that didn’t suck.

Only real fault was inadvertently stopping the recording when the flower girls came down the aisle. Meant to half press the shutter to nail focus, but pushed a hair to hard and stopped recording instead.

Ended up with 5 clips and decided to at least string them together to a single file, so opened iMovie for only like the third time ever and went in search of “how to” YouTube tutorials. A couple hours later and I had titles, transitions and everything.

Realizing few people are going to be interested in the full 25 min ceremony, I then went about putting together a 3 minute “highlight” reel of 5-10 second snippets of the main points, dropping the audio and dubbing in the couples song. Again with titles and transitions. I felt a lot better providing a “finished” product then just the video clips.

G9 did great, very impressed with the 4K video quality. Might just play around with video some more...


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Aug 22, 2019 02:53 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #570

^^^

Good for you, they will be happy and impressed also.


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