telefunk

telefunk

Joined on Feb 20, 2011

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  • Tom, thank you for your detailed answer. Very encouraging news! I would agree that battery ratings don't mean much, but I often have the reverse result, sometimes only managing to squeeze out 40 ...
  • Replied in g1x mark 2
    Hi Tom, The G1XII seriously interests me because of its larger size, zoom range and sensor size. I'm not worried about the IQ as much as reliability of focus in different situations. I had the G7X, ...
  • I tried the Multi Frame NR set to 6400 iso max. This resulted in severe banding in the dark areas (left). The normal shot at 1600 iso doesn't show any banding and has better Dynamic Range. It is ...
  • Good for you! Having tested both the RX100I and III against the G7X (see my 3 threads), I reluctantly decided to go for the Sony RX100III. Why reluctantly? Because the Canon is much nicer to use. W ...
  • Hi Dale, my feeling is you are being a liitle bit too academic. While absolutely correct, your system does not reflect real life shooting. I think the cameras shuold be left to fend for ...
  • Just wait till DPR tests the dynamic range enhancers. I switched on DR correction and Shadow correction: the concerned areas turned to a complete mush.
    What probably happens is the iso is pushed...

  • Thank you, I will definitely have a look at your XZ10 gallery because it intrigues me. I am not a large sensor fetishist or fundamentalist, I have seen that small sensors, well implemented, can do ...
  • For casual looking, most good P&S would be good enough. I sometimes need to print pictures really large and then I want the detail to be there. That surprises me a little. But anyway, I think the ...
  • Well Technic, now you touch upon a very delicate subject! I see plenty of people walking round with huge DSLRs+ lenses taking pretty boring pictures. Don't they know that a good P&S would do the ...
  • That's for sure. But then an iphone is plenty good too.
  • G7X left, RX1003 right Donno if you can see it on this screenshot. The Yuka-like plant on the left of the foilage image still has that processing grain I don't like :-(
  • Noisr reduction is always turned down to off or low immediately! If you shoot lots of portaits and telephoto, I would definitely choose the G7X, specially as it's more fun / easier to use. Concerni ...
  • Rx100III at 100mm? You mean 70mm? :-) G7X @ 100mm G7X really good at 100mm. But usually I use another camera at 300mm for portraits...
  • @ 2eyesee Thank you for all your comments. I agree with all of them. In fact I have posted two other threads dealing with things you mention. G7X vs RX100I @ 100mm and also G7X vs RX100I @ 28mm, ...
  • Created discussions G7X vs RX100III @ 24mm
    Due to the runaway success of my earlier threads G7X vs RX100I at wide & tele, here now is the G7X vs RX100III at 24mm f4 thread. Canon G7X @ 24mm RX100III @ 24mm I rest my case. This is why I very ...
  • Sorry, so insensitive: your cloud shot is really good! It doesn't go all the way to the edges, but it's spectacular anyway! I exhibit a lot in galleries, but photography is such a merciless world. ...
  • If all else fails, make 4 vertical shots and stitch in PP
  • @ Technic The G7X was supposed to replace my LX5 and it does indeed deliver much better jpegs. But the RX100III I just bought is even better, cleaner. I shoot too much to bother about RAW and DXO ...
  • To me, the G7X is way below (very grainy) the RX100 at wide angle, and superior at tele. For this reason I am selling the G7X as I shoot 90% of the time at 24mm.
  • Only the lack of wide angle (24mm)

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