EdBen: You can see it is not quite as good as Olympus pixel shift (on OM-D E-M5 mk-ii) though, but on the other hand the Olympus is much more limited in ISO.
I don't get this, the more I look the more I can see that the Oly High res kills the Pentax pixel shift, at least in JPEG. Looking carefully I am guessing the poor results in raw are because of not appropriate processing, as the JPEG details do appear to be *real* and not just some processing/sharpening magic. How can so many be praising the Pentax version?
We cannot be looking at the same picture! Actually it may be a jpeg / raw difference. The Olympus looks less good in Raw than in jpeg.
You can see it is not quite as good as Olympus pixel shift (on OM-D E-M5 mk-ii) though, but on the other hand the Olympus is much more limited in ISO.
I am eager to read the video evaluation. Especially interested in the quality in resolution of the 4K videos (compared to the likes of panasonic G7), more than the high fps modes.
I really liked this, sorry you did do better.
Very dramatic and nice pic. congrats.
Great pic, fits the theme really well. Pitty it did not do better.
Nice pic, deserves 2nd place.
Not sure if this is a cheater, seems like one but close call seen distribution of votes.
This is not a TV/facebook reality show popularity contest. CHEATER!
congrats, you are the real winner
Incredible picture, if one ignores the cheats you have a well deserved third place. My favourite personally.
hakka: I bracketed 11 shots after sunset and meregd them to HDR. When completely dark I took 420 x 60second shots of the stars, stacked them in photoshop and manually blended with the HDR image.
Thanks.To add the color to the stars, did you apply a different filter to each of the 420 shots of the stars? (And you really did that many?!)
Great new feature. Short and to the point, great stuff.I don't think it is feasable to have a full review in video, but maybe each main aspect in a review containing a short video illustrating the main points could be great.
The illustration of operations, like showing the menu and the aperture control is really a plus in a video like this. As tranced mentioned maybe even amplified sounds from the camera, such a s the clicks etc, to really convey the experience (like when using a rotating selector).
I absolutely love this picture. I hope and expect it to do /very/ well in this challenge.I would like to get a print of it to put it up in my flat, could let me have a high resolution version of it? Personnal use of course. If you could it would be great!
Thank you. I'm just learning to use depth of field and such, so I'm pleased to have used it well here.I initially was trying to get the two lamps in a sort of embrace, but this worked out better.