Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

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photo perzon
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Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits
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Handheld jpegs OOC no PP defaults on P

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morepix
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And your point is ...
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???

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Wellington100 Forum Pro • Posts: 10,371
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

photo perzon wrote:

Handheld jpegs OOC no PP defaults on P

I think that you should take your long suffering saint of a wife on a boketion

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photo perzon
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More samples Low light hi ISO GM1 14mm 2.5mm lens indoor portraits

ooc, cropped jpegs, defaults on P ... interesting camera chose 6.3

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svenreinhold1 Junior Member • Posts: 41
so what are you trying to tell us?
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...we still don´t get the point....

grumpycat
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Re: so what are you trying to tell us?

svenreinhold1 wrote:

...we still don´t get the point....

What do you mean?

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Flower with GM1
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svenreinhold1 Junior Member • Posts: 41
Re: so what are you trying to tell us?
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why is the TO showing us these unpleasant, bad-composed, boring pics? to show the capabilities of his new toy???

micksh6
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Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

Since you've got Sharp Aquos TV I can tell that your experience in 3D watching just sucks. You would be better off buying passive 3D set instead.
And your Yamaha receiver is way too old, kinda ancient. This is what turns me off most. Other than that the photos are what I expected you would take with GM1.

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Kameraphil Regular Member • Posts: 445
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits
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I don't think insulting or negative comments are necessary at all.

I suppose the point is in the title of the thread, even if that is not the best way to express the point. But not everyone here is good at expressing themselves (and English may not be their native language), so why make it unnecessarily unpleasant? 

micksh6
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Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

Kameraphil wrote:

I don't think insulting or negative comments are necessary at all.

I suppose the point is in the title of the thread, even if that is not the best way to express the point. But not everyone here is good at expressing themselves (and English may not be their native language), so why make it unnecessarily unpleasant?

Are you also upset about my comments regarding passive vs active 3D and obsolete Yamaha receiver? Because this is what you replied to, I didn't imply anything about photography (unless you show that you see something else as a native language speaker)

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berni29 Senior Member • Posts: 2,793
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

Hi

I really do tink the examples could be better. I do still really want a GM1 though.

Berni

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miro3 Senior Member • Posts: 2,685
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

micksh6 wrote:

Since you've got Sharp Aquos TV I can tell that your experience in 3D watching just sucks. You would be better off buying passive 3D set instead.
And your Yamaha receiver is way too old, kinda ancient. This is what turns me off most.

Now, that's just DISGUSTING!

Wu Jiaqiu
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Re: so what are you trying to tell us?

svenreinhold1 wrote:

...we still don´t get the point....

talk for yourself, he's showing us the Hi ISO capability of a new camera not much seen on the forums, chill out

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grumpycat
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Troll Alert!!!
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Mostly usernames with numbers combined!

micksh6
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Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits

miro3 wrote:

micksh6 wrote:

Since you've got Sharp Aquos TV I can tell that your experience in 3D watching just sucks. You would be better off buying passive 3D set instead.
And your Yamaha receiver is way too old, kinda ancient. This is what turns me off most.

Now, that's just DISGUSTING!

Indeed. Modern high-end receiver costs less than what OP spends on cameras every month. A good sound would greatly improve overall happiness when watching movies. But receiver's got to handle DTS HD-MA and DD TrueHD, otherwise it's a waste. Good speakers and subwoofer are also needed, but these are one-time purchases.

Too bad OP didn't know about it, which means OP is not the first in the list of trusted sources.

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photo perzon
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More Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits
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jeffharris
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Re: More Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits
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photo perzon wrote:

OMFG! That thing is ghastly.

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imashination Regular Member • Posts: 405
Re: Noooo, stop selling him cameras, why!?
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Poor wife...

Poor dog....

Poor GM1...

ristar Regular Member • Posts: 214
Re: Low light hi ISO GM1 12-32 & 20mm lens indoor portraits
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I really don't understand all the negativity and personal attacks in this thread... Thanks for posting these examples. I appreciate seeing samples for a new camera and lens combination and I'm sure others do too!

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