I dislike deformations of wides, monster arms and faces. Give me a 35mm any day.
photo perzon: Does the flash bounce?
Can one tilt it upwards?
white shadow: Why all the photos are shot at ISO80? That's not a good representation of what the camera can or cannot do.
Yes but all the 400 and 800 have a lot of light in the picture. There are always lit windows or lighted subjects. I'd like to see an indoor party at night. Or bar pictures. Though it looks great. Only 8 ounces. The Stylus 1 is fantastic, quick to focus, 2.8. I wish this 50 would be a x12 thats plenty for me and faster lens then
Will the flash tilt up to bounce?
I hope there is a magic brush to delete unwanted objects
Wye Photography: I wonder how slow that lens will be at the telephoto end?
photo perzon: Seems like a lot of electronic wizardry and less IQ focus. Better video, new faux hi res, lots of tricks. For the right person a real gift. But not a core improvement. More like edge technology improvements into video, electronic wizardry, tricks. I would like to see a Ricoh GR or Nikon A equivalent with 28, 40 and 75mm f1.8 compact camera from Olympus. With a bounce flash and a tight EVF. Or a mini PM2 with built in EVF and flash. Like a GM1 with better DXO. But a great bit of work to be commended.
No, to best it
Seems like a lot of electronic wizardry and less IQ focus. Better video, new faux hi res, lots of tricks. For the right person a real gift. But not a core improvement. More like edge technology improvements into video, electronic wizardry, tricks. I would like to see a Ricoh GR or Nikon A equivalent with 28, 40 and 75mm f1.8 compact camera from Olympus. With a bounce flash and a tight EVF. Or a mini PM2 with built in EVF and flash. Like a GM1 with better DXO. But a great bit of work to be commended.
Olympus E-PM2 weighs the same as GM1 or GM5 and has almost twice the DXO ISO performance and built in IS, and if you want you can put a VF-4 on it
Would be nice if worked straight from iPhoto instead or export import
Does the flash bounce?
Does the flash tilt up to the ceiling for bounce?
clicking on download update nothing happens
From a refrigerator company that keeps track of how long the milk was out
photofisher: I don't mean to be silly, but did the pictures with a single human subject have spot metering used to correctly expose them. For example, the girl on the couch seems overexposed with a white background and the skaters on the ramps seem to be underexposed with a really dark shadow in the foreground. I know preventing clipped highlights and lifting shadows in PP is all the rage these days instead of metering the subject of interest while taking the shot............just wanting to know what was done with these pictures to determine what was the users intention vs the camera's performance.
"really dark shadow" i think x-trans gives one that, shadows that are too dark
Finally a flash smaller than a SUV
tigen: I think the review doesn't spend enough time looking at image quality. It's mostly limited to a couple of paragraphs. Actual images compared to its peers don't seem to hold up as much as the review indicates.
Yes I agree with sjogro, low light pictures look awful. Even ISO 1600 in pushing it. A GM1 with a Pana 20mm 1.7 can give you super clear and sharp pictures at1.7, the LX100 does not.
I returned this inferior camera. The EVF wheel was stuck not giving adjustment until I rocked it by force. The jpegs are pathetic, not in focus. I took 400 pictures and less than 5 were sharp. And I have not one complain of my other 40 cameras including RX100, RX100III, Fuji X100, D700, D7000, D40, Coolpix A, GR, E-PL7, PL5, PM2, Stylus 1, GM1, etc., not 1 complain. I have heard of a bad batch in the forums, but I just never saw a more pathetic camera.
OK I am not a pro, but I have taken 90,000 pictures and only the LX100 was OOF jpegs OOC. Many have also complained.
Can't you at least make the flash bounce with the finger? Does one have to blind all?