He he....on first sight I was appalled...agitated even....but it is all apparent. It is quite ok to have the props on one side and the jets on the other. ;)
The lead-in photo says it all....good enough to fix the photos while you fix your hair. As for battery life? Well my ancient Samsung netbook had 11 hours on it and that was a long time ago....flashy bit of kit though, and sits well on the dressing table.
Excellent camera...I still have one complete with a range of Jupiters and a Steam-punk turret assembly for viewing through. Learn about photography through having an unlimited access to TriX (this was in 1965) and the reloadable cassette. Mine is now loaded with Ilford FP4... Oh.....memories! Nice processing...
I have a sneaky feeling that these are Christmas Tree ornaments....but, of course, I may be completely wrong....
babalu: Hey, can this be true ??The one point which probably has led to this camera not getting the highest award, is : No In Camera RAW conversion. Well, that feature IS available with the GX7. See user manual page 140 .Quality modes available include RAW+JPEG, whereby JPG can even be set to high or low quality . Am I blind or completely off the topic, or what ?
I have been away for 10 days with the GF7 (Guatemala) and found it perfectly satisfactory to WiFi, or SD card JPEG input to my Nexus7 Android and use that software to do any JPEG fixes before winging the stuff onto the Internet. The RAW (always take RAW+JPEG as with the M9) is going to be done in the comfort of my home and with a proper computer/software. Don't see the need, or use, of in-camera RAW conversion at my level of photography.
Congratulations....can't be that many wifiers out there...
Brings back great memories of my tunnelling days...not in this one of course. Pity you couldn't add the sound and vibration ;) Great photo!
Thanks....I was on my way to Leica's workshop for beginners.
looks like a wasp to me
jezsik: As much as I appreciate the other images in this challenge, I think this one does the best job of illustrating the article. Sorry it did not rank higher!
thanks.....but actually I should have been DQ'd for not reading the rules...but then no-one would have recognised me.
Does this include Inner Mongolia? I looked over the fence and it seemed the same sort of place... :)
"Parachutes" it says....and then "opens in two days"....well, I'm not buying one of those thank you very much.....
It is not so difficult that a child of 12 can't do it....back in the old days my son, then 11, was building mapping robots using his Lego, an old steam engine and a 48K Spectrum equipped with a robotics package; he was writing the code in Z80 machine language. We were too stingy to let him buy ready made programs. This is the audience for Rasberry Pie/Arduino. Don't knock it....and it is great fun
Couscousdelight: Nice looking camera, but time-lapse function looks odd.
720P only (why suck limit ?).AVI container.. and what means 10 FPS ?
On photo rumors'spec list, they announce a maximum of 99 frames for interval shoting, it means you can make a 4s movie at 25img/s..
The intervalometer could make this the camera of choice for KAP - Kite Aerial Photography....tempting replacement for my venerable GF1
PeterPrism: I like it a lot :-)
Thanks...once I saw yours I knew there was no chance with this one!
What has the Chinese New Year got to do with the Indian festival of Holi?
Reminds me of a Charles Brown photo!