Lumens77

Lumens77

Joined on Dec 18, 2013

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  • Could tell us more about the 15-45. You do not seem to be very enthusiastic about. It would suit my needs but I would like to read more about it. Many thanks for sharing your pictures.
  • Disappointing. But I come from the manual focus world so I accept the trade for Canon lenses.
  • Three stars only. Probably not enough expensive. I would be glad to see pictures sharper than the one provided by this ultra wide. Who deserves four or five stars there?
  • Replied in Ken Rockwell
    I somewhat disagree with Ken Rockwell about EF M 55-200. Most of the picture he publishes on his site are the exact same quality as mine when I first start using the lens. I said not bad but ...
  • If this comes to be true, the game has changed... More than happy. Now we need something between 70 and 90 for perspective change and portrait and I am all set.
  • I could not answer since I do not own an M3. However I doubt the 20% difference in resolution would change anything.
  • Sure, here it is. Kindly note that the somewhat better corners I was talking about are absent from this image. You will find them in the DXO uncorrected image.
  • Very interesting. Thanks to both of you. As long as geometry is concerned, to my eyes, DXO is not doing any better job than Canon. Further examination of uncorrected image made me realize that ...
  • Thanks Ian. Corners processing makes them look like shot à ISO 1600 with a lot of noise reduction treatment to save them while the center part of the image is tack sharp and corresponds to what is ...
  • I guess in one case you are buying a very nice camera G1X and in the other you are buying lenses and you just have to decide for a cap (M10 or M3). Pretty certain you will achieve excellent ...
  • I do use DPP4 and I have processed G7X raw files sent by a friend on both DPP and Rawtherapee. Rawtherapee result is better if you ask me despite the fact there is no ad hoc profile for the lens. ...
  • Many thanks Ian. Frankly speaking it is difficult for me to judge the differences between LR and DXO on a 1024 pixel base image. If you were able to post the non reduced jpeg I would very much ...
  • Truth is... you are perfectly right. Forgot about Samyang. So when I wrote "nothing under 22" I was wrong. My bad. This leads to refine somewhat my expectations. I happily use the 11-22 which is a ...
  • 15 mm f2 would be my favourite. We have the awesome 22. We still can use some exceptional 28 f2, 35 f2 and 50 f1,4 old fd lens for longer focal lengths with the help of Tragic Lantern for accurate ...
  • I am not considering GX7 because of image quality at 24 mm due to correction of distortion. I have checked on Rawtherapee software that quality is not that bad in the angles at 24 (becoming kind of ...
  • Probably the best available optics on one inch sensor. Very nice pic.
  • Replied in 55-200 STM
    Well, this is a picture I did not want to post since shooting conditions were the worst I could imagine. The wonderful underground lighting. 200 mm at 1/10th of a second 400 ASA. This is wide open. ...
  • Replied in 55-200 STM
    Sorry no wide aperture photos to propose for now. My wife abducted my gear for a 12-day journey and you will have to wait as I do to satisfy requests. However I can propose another photo that shows ...
  • Created photo thread 55-200 STM
    55-200 stm is a fantastic lens. Here is a heavily compressed image in ambient light with no contrast and the crop. 200 mm 0.8 s f8 200 ASA. These are less than 200 kb low quality jpegs. The RAW is ...
  • Since you wish to travel light my iconoclastic suggestion for you would be to only take the 22 mm and a very small tripod. The 22 would make it for all human pictures and I would use it in ...
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