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Old 03-15-2012   #301
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kz, anything lighting situation, or ISO you're looking for in particular?
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Old 03-15-2012   #302
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kz, anything lighting situation, or ISO you're looking for in particular?
I was hoping for one outdoors with a low ISO and maybe an indoor shot at hi-ISO. Maybe one wide-open? Subjects are unimportant, i just want to see how much information the sensor captures. I have no idea what these cameras are capable of reproducing without playing around with one or havig a few raw files.

You can email them to me: Kevin at kzphoto dot org
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Old 03-16-2012   #303
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That's an embarrassing typo up there! Kevin, so I sent you one file, but then decided it'd be more helpful to upload the DNGs onto SkyDrive in case anyone else would like to play with 'em.

>> HERE <<

For the keyboard macros, the focus was on the N key. And for the shots with the books, I focused on Bradbury.

ISO 80 outdoors shot to come tomorrow!
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Old 03-16-2012   #304
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That's an embarrassing typo up there! Kevin, so I sent you one file, but then decided it'd be more helpful to upload the DNGs onto SkyDrive in case anyone else would like to play with 'em.

>> HERE <<

For the keyboard macros, the focus was on the N key. And for the shots with the books, I focused on Bradbury.

ISO 80 outdoors shot to come tomorrow!

THANK YOU!
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Old 03-17-2012   #305
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Uploaded three ISO80 shots today including a f/1.9 macro. Lemme know if you need anything else.
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Old 03-19-2012   #306
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Old 03-30-2012   #308
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Old 04-02-2012   #311
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Old 04-10-2012   #314
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What!? No pics recently?

Here's one from last night.

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Old 04-17-2012   #317
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I really like this one. The camera is really easy to turn towards yourself and compose one handed. One thing I like about this camera is that I can compose--somewhat--without looking through a view finder or a screen.

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Just bought a III today with the GV-2, I'm really liking it as a PnS. 28mm is going to take a few weeks to get used to though, but it;s not too bad coming from a 35mm. Here's one shot from today, I'm going out again to test it some more!

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This is brilliant! Can you double expose in-camera? Or was this done later in the computer?
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Old 04-21-2012   #321
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This is brilliant! Can you double expose in-camera? Or was this done later in the computer?
Thanks, there are a couple of different ways to double expose in-camera. I just set it on the table pointing out the window to avoid camera shake.

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