Seen in the city of Stockholm, a mediterranian style capital in the high north of Skandinavia. There was a international food and music festival around Sergel Square and many street performers in the shopping malls between Kulturhuset and Opera .This lady acted in the typical CHARLIE Chaplin mannerbut her outfit and skin was painted all white - like a ghost of Charlie who preferred to wear black.
mjdundee: I - just for fun - set the image quality comparision to ISO 6400 and a PEN E-PL 7:
Think I have to seek medical advice - can't trust my eyes anymore.
2mariuss & Oleg:Sorry to say that even the RAW of the PEN E-PL7 looks more detailed with less colour noise at ISO 6400.
Yes - sure there has to be a obvious advantage on 80 D's side but the ordinary jpeg shooter can be more than happy with the smaller camera. I find the details are much better from the PEN.
I - just for fun - set the image quality comparision to ISO 6400 and a PEN E-PL 7:
mjdundee: I started digital in 2003 with a P&S parallel to a EOS 3 SLR and upgraded in 2004 to EOS 20D, in 2006 to Pentax K 10 D in 2009 to Pentax K 7 and in 2011 to the remarkable EOS 1 Ds II FF DSLR.
So far I support the upgrade path. The FF had the best ergonomics, great image quality and a huge choice of lenses for all possible purposes.
There was only one bad point - but this really made me think; weight!Hiking with a bag full of lenses, flash, tripod etc. was no fun at all and to carry the camera with a zoom only set the limits very soon - and it looked a bit too prominent for me too.
So my upgrade path turned around and I went for the best comparable image quality from the smalles t thinkable body for a good variety of changable lenses.
Today Ii use the Lumix GM 1 and the PEN E-PL7 with 4 different lenses, flash and tripod and all together in a bag that would not be able to take the EOS 1DS body only. Weight is not a question at all.
Not really - I am a fun photographer and I do prefer to make the best from whatever I have in hands. This doesn't necessarily have to look mean or mighty as long as the results look right to me.A professional user will have a different look and maybe verify the myth to be true.
I started digital in 2003 with a P&S parallel to a EOS 3 SLR and upgraded in 2004 to EOS 20D, in 2006 to Pentax K 10 D in 2009 to Pentax K 7 and in 2011 to the remarkable EOS 1 Ds II FF DSLR.
I am more concerned about all the Nks & Co. and their aliases who can vote anything to the top - no matter if it fullfills rules or not.At least some are clever enough NOT to vote 5 stars only and are able post some more serious compositions.
King of Song: I have a hard time with cameras like this..... For me it's neither here nor there, not serious enough to take on an important assignment, and too elaborate and expensive for casual snap shots.
It is a great camera for folks who think they'd take serrious photographs while doing 99% snapshots - just like me ; )
p.s.can wait until a bargain is available from the professional guys who are convinced that they have not bouhgt the right camera - again.
What a nicely shaped camera with great features and ergonomics.The perfect addition to my GM 1.Finally a manufacturer who doesn't take part in the megapixel race but slowly develops his sucesslul and approved design and features.Thank you Panasonic - go on!
kabzamalov: I see some seascapes, is that allowed?
You see a tree on an island within lake Vättern.Pls ask the challenge host if you are in doubt.Landscape may also describe the format - landscape - not portrait.
tsk1979: Wow. This is awesome. I really hope that dpreview reviews this before the idiotic GX8
You mean idiotic and silly because they don't come in that s... brown?!
WOW - excellent shot!
Morten Rasmussen: Dpreview are Panasonic fanboys. You should consider this when you read their reviews.
What I mean is;
How come a camera that was launched so recently already gets a review and a very good one, when the Sony a5100, which, I may add, probably blows the LX100 out of the water, and is same size or smaller, doesn't get reviewed.
It's always the same when panasonic ships a new camera Dpreview is right there, but not so much with the other brands. One could get the impression that they benefit somehow.
Maybe another reason is that Sony releases at least double as many new system and high end compact/bridge cameras each year than Panasonic and most other manufacturers. I admit I am a bit confused about their marketing strategy.
Great review - only one question remains if you are looking for a high quality comapct camera:LX 100 - if the zoom range suits, Oly E-PL 7 or GM 5 if you wish to keep the choice of achieving the very best results from MFT.
Looking forward to DPR's GM 5/ E-PL7 reviews.
RuthC: Congratulations, mjdundee, on second place in the 'One Red Leaf' challenge. I really like the interesting contrast between the sharp serrations on the maple leaf and the silky-smooth drop of water slowly sliding down the leaf towards the tip. Great colours throughout the picture. Ruth :-)
Tanks for another great challenge and your kind comment, Ruth. This red maple is a eye-catching element in our garden and I took thousands of photographs over the years. It always looks beautifully.Yesterday I collected the last fallen leads which had turned to Brown.Have a nice weekend,Tom
Hi Tom,My favourite mapleleaf took the first place.Great find - Vera well done!Congratulations.
Very straight and honest report from a very pretty wpman.Tech freaks and strictly Canon users might have a problem with some statements but the average open minded shooter finds Bettina's opinion definitelly usefull. Thank you & happy shooting.
C'mon Panasonic. Who needs a black/red body here in Europe?The GM 5 is a perfect retro style camera and a great successor for the genious GM 1 as wel las a much more serious camera - but PLEASE give us the SILVER EDITON!
Nice - how about pictures taken with a Pentax K 7?
The greens look superb!