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  1. davidzvi

    Micro 4/3 Comparison PL25 & P20

    I'm using the current Vision 2020 - Take 2 (AKA Vision 2022) to try and do some direct comparisons between the PL25mm and P20mm as I consider picking up the new Olympus 20mm f/1.4 Pro. I also have the P14mm so I might add a couple from that as well. I'm going to try and shoot both from the...
  2. Lightmancer

    Ricoh Unscientific focal length and file size comparison, GRIII and GRIIIx

    So I had time to have a little play today with the two cameras and the "Angel of Lens Testing" - this is a memorial statue in the Holy Trinity churchyard in Guildford. Both cameras were set identically - aperture priority at f2.8, Vivid, with focus on the face of the statue. I focused and...
  3. AndyH44

    Micro 4/3 Startling Comparison ...

    Just had to find out what all the fuss was about the Olympus 12-100 f4 Pro lens, so I rented one to compare with my Lumix 12-60 f3.5-5.6 and my Lumix 45-175 f4-5.6. Now, both my Lumix lenses possess extremely good IQ, but I didn't expect them to be as good, if not better than the Oly 12-100...
  4. Jock Elliott

    600, 1200mm comparison -- Rx10, Oly M1

    RX 10 IV at 600: OLy 75-300: M1, Oly 14-150 II: At 1200 (2x digital zoom): Rx10: M1 with 75-300: Cheers, Jock
  5. Bobby Tingle

    Fuji 50mm 1.0 size comparison

    So far it’s not too huge to keep me from wanting. The price tag may be though. https://www.fujirumors.com/fujinon-xf-50mm-f-1-0-accurate-size-comparison-with-xf-56mm-f-1-2-and-xf-50mm-f-2/
  6. jyc860923

    Canon [Image comparison] 12 years old camera kills, seeing is believing (Canon 40D)

    This comparison is based on only one photo shot on each camera as I'm crazy busy these days, as much as I could to make a fair comparison regarding the 3D pop, the vibe, the micro contrast or tonality as some may call it, I believed the lower density, bigger pixels helps to make more vibrant...
  7. bilzmale

    Infrared Images Comparison of various IR wavelength filters. B&W jpgs for interest only - sooc.

    If I want an infrared image to be B&W I always process from RAW. However, I set my IR camera to RAW + jpg and use a B&W camera preset. The only reason for this is that the viewfinder is easier to see in B&W than the mostly red IR version. The sooc images below are just for interest.
  8. bilzmale

    Infrared Images Comparison of various IR wavelength filters. Processsed from RAW.

    The 5 RAW images in the previous post are processed as follows: 1. In Adobe Camera Raw apply a pre-prepared camera profile which is based on a custom IR white balance. 2. In ACR use the eyedropper to set local WB from a neutral area. 3. In PS use the Channel Mixer to swap the Red and Blue...
  9. bilzmale

    Infrared Images Comparison of various IR wavelength filters. RAW.

    As I've mentioned I own a full spectrum converted infrared camera so it 'sees' most of the ultraviolet and infrared range of light (deliberately blocked in a normal camera) as well as the visible spectrum. You can limit this to parts of the visible + infrared spectrum by using external filters...
  10. Bobby Tingle

    Price comparison of full “pro” kits

    This was an interesting read comparing all the major camera systems pricing for a kit a professional photographer would put together. https://petapixel.com/2019/03/08/how-much-a-full-pro-camera-and-lens-set-costs-for-each-brand/
  11. E-P3 versus Canon Powershot A460

    E-P3 versus Canon Powershot A460

    Yes, the E-P3 is small, but not riduculously so and the kit zoom is nicely balances the body.
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