Jeanadriane

Lives in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Works as a photographer
Joined on Oct 7, 2009

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  • Thanks! I guess you’re referring  to Capture One Pro. I have no personal experience with that processor, but I think I can agree with you.
  • That sure is a tough choice, User#! The camera’s are very much equivalent, though each with their own strengths. Actually, although I’m very, very happy with m43 that I’’ve been using since 2009 ...
  • Replied in Finally...
    Well, I guess she’d hope I rub off on you, with no more gear than my 3 oldies, haha! And of course I have at least two identical camera’s. When photography is your job, you don’t want to get ...
  • Isn’t that what insurances are for? If you buy a really expensive lens, and take it into rough conditions, how smart is it then to go without gear insurance? How smart is it at all not to insure ...
  • Replied in Panic?
    No, you forget the exchange rate, like is pointed out in this post by JAF_AZ: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/ I have to admit I didn’t think of that either, LOL. Glad James JAF did! Jeanette
  • Replied in Panic?
    Don’t let worries and panic carry you away too fast, dear folks. I feel Jalywol’s explanations didn’t get the kind of attention they deserved. At least they made me wonder what would be more ...
  • It’s my only camera nowadays. Got 3 copies, all with their own EVF’s. I’m not nostalgic in the least, it’s just that this camera is “good enough”, lovely tiny, and the EVF is a blessing to my ...
  • Yeah, a full whopping 24 grams heavier! GX85 is 426 grs incl. SD-card and battery, GX9 450 grs. Significant difference? Especially with the heavy lenses you are mentioning? Jeanette
  • I have to disagree: the optics are fully worth the price! The 15mm is a gem, with great color, micro contrast and bokeh. It’s also sharper than the 17mm/1.8 but that is not the most striking ...
  • I had the GX7 and sold it. Because of the viewfinder. I rarely use the screen but basically always the EVF, and the LVF2 of my GX1 is *so* much nicer to use! It also has a wider diopter range that ...
  • I use the GX1 since early 2012. At the moment I own 3 copies and I use them with the 20mm/f1.7, the 15mm/f1.7 and the 14mm/f2.5. All are excellent lenses, but the 15mm is the best because of great ...
  • Sorry if this is no longer relevant, but did you happen to have you video settings standard at MP4? If so, that might explain the annoying lag. With video set to AVCHD (when taking stills) the ...
  • That is an intriguing remark! Could you please elaborate a little? As a stand alone LR user I’m looking out for replacement SW, and Capture One is high on my list. However, I don’t keep a library, ...
  • ... and a 3rd remark: start the  project with the best sensor you can carry, also for the sake of keeping your images compatible over ten (or more!) years... Ciao, Jeanette
  • Two tips for starters: 1) Always shoot RAW in such a  long term project, because that will make your pictures more futureproof and will help you to keep images from all periods compatible. Also it ...
  • I use the Sandisk Connect Wireless Media Drive, the PhotoFast i-FlashDrive EVO 64Gb, the PhotoFast CR-8800 for micro-sd and micro-sdxc cards and the CR 8710 for “full size” sd and sdxc cards. The ...
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