logbi77

logbi77

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On Just Posted: Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 review article (187 comments in total)
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Stephen_C: Before the RX100 this would have been a great camera.

I think the LX7 has a 24mm lens and a multi-aspect ratio as an advantage compared to the RX100.

Both are pretty good so it is just a matter of preference IMO.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 16, 2012 at 07:35 UTC
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logbi77: Interesting to see how the XZ-2/P7700/EX2F compares to the old XZ-1/P7100/EX1.

Wow. I'll be waiting for that!

Direct link | Posted on Oct 13, 2012 at 16:45 UTC

Interesting to see how the XZ-2/P7700/EX2F compares to the old XZ-1/P7100/EX1.

Direct link | Posted on Oct 12, 2012 at 08:15 UTC as 22nd comment | 6 replies
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Antonio Rojilla: Between the Sony EX100 (mainly for the sensor) and the Fuji XF1 (partly for the sensor, partly for the host of features and the nice design in a smaller package) this camera is DOA.

I think you meant the RX100, not EX100.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 11:15 UTC
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logbi77: No built-in ND filter?

Thank you very much. Hopefully this will clarify things.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 10:26 UTC
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iudex: So downgrading from 1/1,63" sensor to 1/1,7" sensor and asking 600 bucks for it? Hmmm, what a progress...

Found a quote from the DPR review of the XZ-1

"Rather than expanding to use different regions of the sensor, the Olympus crops into the 4:3 image size. The result is that it is exposing an area very similar to the 1/1.7" sensor used by many of its peers."

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/OlympusXZ1/3

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 10:13 UTC
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logbi77: No built-in ND filter?

Where does it say it retains the ND filter?

It's not listed in the Olympus America website.

http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/product.asp?product=1627&page=specs

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 10:10 UTC
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iudex: So downgrading from 1/1,63" sensor to 1/1,7" sensor and asking 600 bucks for it? Hmmm, what a progress...

AFAIK, the XZ-1 did not use the whole 1/1.63" sensor area and only uses a crop of around 1/1.7" area from the sensor.

Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 10:01 UTC

No built-in ND filter?

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 09:34 UTC as 40th comment | 4 replies
On Olympus PEN Lite E-PL5 & PEN Mini E-PM2 preview (152 comments in total)
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TheEye: The Mini has the new sensor, but the E-PL5 has the old sensor? What?

Must be an error on DPR's part. E-PL5 sample images show 4608x3456 pixels with the original image size.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 17, 2012 at 09:22 UTC
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bradleyg5: The Ferrari of cameras. This is like the ultimate rich mans social camera.

The Ferrari of cameras belongs to Hasselblad

http://www.hasselblad.com/ferrari-edition/h4d-40-ferrari-edition.aspx

Direct link | Posted on Sep 12, 2012 at 10:50 UTC
On High End P&S versus Micro Four Thirds article (24 comments in total)
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logbi77: Low light test:
"Here it's fairly close. The XZ-1 lens is much much faster. The E-PM1 can push ISO higher safely (1600 vs 400). The 2 advantages basically cancel each other out. "

The bike photo of the XZ-1 according to the EXIF data is at ISO 200, which is why I think it is darker than the E-PM1, not the intended ISO 400 that was written in the article.

Oh, okay then. Understood.

But one more question.

How come when I check the EXIF data with EXIF viewer add-on from firefox, it shows that the XZ-1 photo is taken at ISO 200? Did I miss something?

Anyway, this is a very useful article so props for that.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 22, 2012 at 12:13 UTC
On High End P&S versus Micro Four Thirds article (24 comments in total)

Low light test:
"Here it's fairly close. The XZ-1 lens is much much faster. The E-PM1 can push ISO higher safely (1600 vs 400). The 2 advantages basically cancel each other out. "

The bike photo of the XZ-1 according to the EXIF data is at ISO 200, which is why I think it is darker than the E-PM1, not the intended ISO 400 that was written in the article.

Direct link | Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 08:45 UTC as 11th comment | 3 replies
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