Comparing OM-D/prime with X100S

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astone
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Comparing OM-D/prime with X100S
Apr 18, 2013

I’ve decided to start a new thread. I have 2 cameras: OM-D (E-M5) equipped with Lumux 1.7/20 and X100S.  Conducted a quick test to verify close expositions. These shots were taken outside with no direct sun. Just for your judgment.

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In reply to astone, Apr 18, 2013

Have to think a bit more on this. The X100s is it over exposed, is the OMD shot underexposed.

The table top looks like the exposure is the same.

Its almost like a personal preference choice.

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Re: Comparing OM-D/prime with X100S
In reply to astone, Apr 18, 2013

You forgot to turn off the flash on the x100s...

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In reply to astone, Apr 18, 2013

I have to admit I can't see the point in posting images that were taken using such vastly different settings.

Take some more, but don't use flash on the x100S and make sure ISO, aperture and speed are the same on both cams then you are more likely to get some nice constructive comments.

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Re: Comparing OM-D/prime with X100S
In reply to DonSantos, Apr 18, 2013

DonSantos wrote:

You forgot to turn off the flash on the x100s...

Flash?  Or is it the metering "spot" or "evaluative" that's causing the exposure differences?

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Astone, try again...
In reply to astone, Apr 18, 2013

...as others have noted your x100s' flash fired (exif confirmation).  Make sure it is set to off and retry.  We will be interested in the result.

Bob

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Re: Astone, try again...
In reply to BobsYourUncle, Apr 19, 2013

Also take them at the same time - if the date/time is correct there is an hour between these shots.

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Re: Astone, try again...
In reply to PJInTheUSA, Apr 19, 2013

The time is the same.  OM-D was set wrong (1 hour earlier) - day time saving change. I will re-post new images with no flash.

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In reply to astone, Apr 19, 2013

I hope I did it right this time.  Again, images were taken at the same time, may be with 5 min difference. No post processing. No flash was fired this time.

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No, it is not good.  I have to redo all of them tomorrow at the day time.

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On a tripod, manually set the ISO and aperture to be exactly the same on both cams and let the cam set the speed in case they meter slightly differently. Easy.

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BillyInya wrote:

On a tripod, manually set the ISO and aperture to be exactly the same on both cams and let the cam set the speed in case they meter slightly differently. Easy.

Set shutter , aperture and iso the same in case the operator does not know how to meter the scene exactly the same with both cameras. And not to be rude, but there is evidence that this is true.

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for what its worth...
In reply to pavi1, Apr 19, 2013

.....half a dozen of one, six of another.

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In reply to intruder61, Apr 19, 2013

Why not take a pic of a brick wall, now that really would be interesting; we could count the bricks and see how many were sharp.

Seriously though, what's the point of exercises like this? They're different cameras, are you surprised they don't look quite the same - especially if flash is used on one and not the other!

A pointless exercise.

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knowmostofit wrote:

Why not take a pic of a brick wall, now that really would be interesting; we could count the bricks and see how many were sharp.

Seriously though, what's the point of exercises like this? They're different cameras, are you surprised they don't look quite the same - especially if flash is used on one and not the other!

A pointless exercise.

Here is a point of my exercise.  Just recently I’ve red here on one of the threads that exposure on X100S is higher versus Canon DSLR, meaning the ISO calibration is not the same. That is my main motive to check 2 different cameras with approximately close F-number and other parameters, outside, during a cloudy day. If calibration is right then just visualization will let you have some judgment. An eye is an excellent instrument. Next, if shots at the same conditions from 2 different cameras are approximately the same intensity then all talks about different ISO calibrations between any other cameras unsubstantiated. Basically I’m doing that for myself and I’m sharing it with you. I read from some members expressed some annoyance with my exercise since I made some errors. I’m very sorry that I caused your disturbance.

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In reply to astone, Apr 19, 2013

astone wrote:

knowmostofit wrote:

Why not take a pic of a brick wall, now that really would be interesting; we could count the bricks and see how many were sharp.

Seriously though, what's the point of exercises like this? They're different cameras, are you surprised they don't look quite the same - especially if flash is used on one and not the other!

A pointless exercise.

Here is a point of my exercise.  Just recently I’ve red here on one of the threads that exposure on X100S is higher versus Canon DSLR, meaning the ISO calibration is not the same. That is my main motive to check 2 different cameras with approximately close F-number and other parameters, outside, during a cloudy day. If calibration is right then just visualization will let you have some judgment. An eye is an excellent instrument. Next, if shots at the same conditions from 2 different cameras are approximately the same intensity then all talks about different ISO calibrations between any other cameras unsubstantiated. Basically I’m doing that for myself and I’m sharing it with you. I read from some members expressed some annoyance with my exercise since I made some errors. I’m very sorry that I caused your disturbance.

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By all means carry on for your own personal "enjoyment", each to their own, no offence intended.

But what practical reason or change will it make to your taking a proper picture with either or any of your cameras? You will pick up the X100 and take a pic, you will pick up your OMD and take a pic.  Will your deliberations make any change in the way you use your cameras? Will you for instance change the settimgs on either camera so they match in real life image taking? They are different cameras; expect the difference.

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In reply to knowmostofit, Apr 19, 2013

tru words, best way is to just show what the best you get out of each camera depending the shooting situation. They both are great camera and its what you do with them which makes them better or worse. The X100 ask you pick me up and go shooting the Oly says are you sure you want to take me (just kidding).

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In reply to skimble, Apr 19, 2013

You proved your points. Totally agreed with two last postings and will not continue posting these stupid results.  Thanks so much for directing to the proper way to spend my photo energy. BTW, I do not take any of your comments as offense and everything is taken as positive.

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In reply to intruder61, Apr 19, 2013

intruder61 wrote:

.....half a dozen of one, six of another.

Look again, it is a dozen of one and six of the other.

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astone wrote:

You proved your points. Totally agreed with two last postings and will not continue posting these stupid results.  Thanks so much for directing to the proper way to spend my photo energy. BTW, I do not take any of your comments as offense and everything is taken as positive.

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Don't be so easily discouraged by internet bullies. I would love to see your pictures but only if you use the same settings for each camera. I would also like to see this done indoors at higher iso.

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