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    Lens Topics Re: Likely New Pro Lenses

    Actually, it does, if you enlarge the crop to the same display size as the original, which is what you're doing when you compare a full DX image to an in-camera 1.3x crop. The extra enlargement...
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    Lens Topics Re: Likely New Pro Lenses

    Exactly. Thanks, Fred. When you do that in-camera 1.3x crop, it's the same as if you had physically cut away the unused part of the sensor, and what is left is for all practical purposes a 15.4MP...
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    Lens Topics Re: Likely New Pro Lenses

    The 3.8 ft. figure is for the full DX crop, not 1.3x crop, though. If you're shooting from the same position, a 300/2.8 lens on four thirds and a 300/2.8 on a D7100 in 1.3x crop mode will deliver...
  4. Camera Topics Re: For those that jumped ship and changed systems...(contemplating)

    I'm chuckling at this, because I often have similar thoughts. When I had focus accuracy problems with the E-3, I thought it was the worst thing that could have happened to me photographically. ...
  5. Camera Topics Re: ISO Bracketing with E-5: Too good to be true?

    OK, that's pretty much what you would expect from the E-3, but like you say, the E-5 may be different. Thanks John!

    Julie
  6. Camera Topics Re: ISO Bracketing with E-5: Too good to be true?

    Just curious, John, but was this done with the E-3 or the E-5? How did you determine that the files (minus metadata) were identical?

    Julie
  7. Camera Topics Re: ISO Bracketing with E-5: Too good to be true?

    Hi Ramon.

    I'm not sure what you mean by downplaying. The way I see it, there are two possibilities here. One is that you are right, and the E-5 is doing something revolutionary with its ISO ...
  8. Camera Topics Re: ISO Bracketing with E-5: Too good to be true?

    Hi Rich. I agree, but I can see advantages for some JPEG shooters and for some RAW and HDR workflows.

    Julie
  9. Camera Topics Re: ISO Bracketing with E-5: Too good to be true?

    I think you have answered your own question. If the camera were really doing three different sensor readings in a single exposure, it would be a game changer for many photographers, and Olympus...
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    Re: 510 underEXPOSURE

    I don't think it's necessary to change the exposure comp if you're shooting auto, Clay. My tests were done in aperture priority, and the camera adjusted itself, meaning that the shutter speeds were...
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    Re: A Bridge to Cloud City

    I have seen a lot of photos of the Bridge, but none quite like this. Really great shot, Charles.
  12. Re: Hi from the Land of the Tasmanian Devil, Taz!

    Welcome, Ray. I love that frog image! I came from the C-770, too, and I still use it. It's an amazing little camera, and shooting with it was a great preparation for using a DSLR. I look forward...
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    Re: Face to Face

    I love this shot. As has already been said, the framing and fur detail are perfect, and I like that there's a little bit of backlighting, just enough to give definition to the edges of the fuzzy...
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    Re: 1st real attempt at Wildlife shooting

    Nice work, Aaron. I especially like the first (antelope) and last (hawk), which show the creatures in their respective environments, but each in very different ways.
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    Re: Cormorant Portraits

    Those are quite amazing and lifelike images, Jens. I don't know what I could say about them that hasn't been commented already. #1 is my favorite. Wonderful work.

    I know you know this, but...
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    Re: Butterfly on a star

    Lovely captures, Pete. The colors are especially nice. I like the 50-200 and telecon for closeups like this. It's a very versatile combination.
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    Re: Preliminary Features of the New E-pro (E-P1)

    They certainly did go on and on about the esthetics and ergonomics of the new camera ad nauseum, but I think they are doing that just so they can put off giving away any of the actual functions.
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    Re: Paper Lantern Lane

    Thanks for the comments, guys. I guess Assaf is not a fan of neon lights.:naughty: Being a country girl, they are always very impressive to me.:nerd:

    This town is not as big as all the lights...
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    Grisoft/AVG support issue resolved

    A few days ago I posted about a delay in getting information on an order I had placed for AVG Home version. element5, the company that handles Grisoft's orders, had promised my license number within...
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    Re: Leaving

    Nice timing, Will, and I like the toning effect.
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    Re: The Strangler

    That is incredible and chilling, like something out of a horror movie.

    With all the straight lines, it looks like a difficult image to stitch. Great job, Bill. I never would have known if you...
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    Re: After the rain (7 photo's)

    I like #2, 4, and 5 the best. About #4: I wouldn't normally like that strong a flash reflection on greenery, but it brings out the shiny-ness (is that a word?) of the waxy leaf and the water...
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    Paper Lantern Lane

    Just a quickie I snapped while walking the dogs tonight. Only cropped, resized, and sharpened.

    These lanterns are only up during the late summer festival season every year.

    510 with 14-42,...
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    Re: Harbor in full moon

    Thanks for the description of your method, Luc. I have never done it that way (taking shots of the moon for "stock" usage), but it is something I have been meaning to get around to. I think it's...
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    Re: 510 underEXPOSURE

    I've heard people say ISO 1600 was 1250 on their 410s, but I don't remember hearing anything like that about 510s.

    I just checked my 510 and was surprised to find that there was only about half a...
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