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Aug 22, 2019 06:38 |  #571

For my purposes the G9's video capability is awesome.

I'll always take video in addition to stills on vacation. I do my editing in Final Cut Pro X.

Loving this camera.

Leaving today for vacation in Scandinavia.




  
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Aug 24, 2019 02:55 |  #572

Pax2You wrote in post #18912658 (external link)
Nicely done Rosey! I really like the second one in particular.☺️


anyone tried timelapse?

I was staying near a lighthouse and they do a coloured time sequence, but couldn't figure the settings at short notice


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Aug 24, 2019 03:37 |  #573

Two night trip to Castlepoint with my sister, and my dog :-).

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Aug 24, 2019 03:58 |  #574

Castlepoint - 6 shot pano:

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Disappointed I have the lighthouse too far to the left.

Hope to go back in a few months though.

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Aug 24, 2019 05:00 |  #575

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Castlepoint - 6 shot pano:
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Disappointed I have the lighthouse too far to the left.

Hope to go back in a few months though.

Never mind, it really is a nice effort.


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Aug 24, 2019 05:02 |  #576

kiwichris wrote in post #18915518 (external link)
Never mind, it really is a nice effort.

Thanks Chris - enjoy doing panos. Next time more space to left of light house


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Aug 25, 2019 08:33 |  #577

roseyposey wrote in post #18915485 (external link)
anyone tried timelapse?

I was staying near a lighthouse and they do a coloured time sequence, but couldn't figure the settings at short notice

I picked up an inexpensive intervalometer some time ago for night photos. Something like that would work for time lapse. I don't remember offhand if the camera has that capability without an intervalometer.


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Aug 25, 2019 13:19 |  #578

Pax2You wrote in post #18916141 (external link)
I picked up an inexpensive intervalometer some time ago for night photos. Something like that would work for time lapse. I don't remember offhand if the camera has that capability without an intervalometer.

I think the camera has it built in - just need to learn how to do it, and have a practice.


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Sep 01, 2019 21:09 |  #579

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Sep 02, 2019 15:05 |  #581

Love the composition on this one.


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Sep 02, 2019 19:26 |  #582

Wow! Love it :) Put it in the black and white thread. https://photography-on-the.net …ad.php?t=111972​0&page=649


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Sep 07, 2019 22:17 |  #583

Old barn near my house that collapsed last year and then burned earlier this year. Been meaning to get a picture of it, had my GX9 with me the other day so stopped for the pic.

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Sep 08, 2019 05:14 |  #584

I have been quietly suffering the wet and cold of our Winter, not grumbling too loud and not going outside much at all. Been resetting up my G9 and today, upgraded the firmware... all by myself! :-P:lol::-D Seems to be working ok, no pics as yet.


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Sep 08, 2019 07:08 |  #585

Back from my vacation and just started going through my photos yesterday.

Little disappointed so far because I've come to realize I am a much better wildlife photogopher than a vacation type guy.Apparwntly my imagination is so great. Hmph.

The first time I have used my G9 in this kind of setting and found I have so much to learn about the camera. I like it but I'm trying to decide if it's what I should take with me on my next trip to Africa. Hard decisions.


Here is one from our hotel room of the Stockholm harbor.


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