rambler35

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  • I'm sure I've read somewhere that the GH5 has a software solution for partially correcting the effects of rolling shutter. .-- Richard -- .
  • Well, while this is unfortunate and I understand your pain, you've had the use of a working lens hood for a while. So at least this is a better situation than with some manufacturers who sell ...
  • This one for the clumsy or fat-fingered ! It may help avoid accidental presses of the Touch screen if you make sure the touch panel is set so that its top part is set to be a strip of ...
  • ........ that I'm glad you're taking the minimal, tasteful approach to post-processing (i.e. with just enough to subtly enhance), especially as your pictures are normally pretty good SOOC. If ...
  • Trevor, I would say that #3 is the best because the processed background in #2 slightly distracts attention away from the main subject. .--Richard -- .
  • Just think how many rolls of film that would have used up !!! .-- Richard -- .
  • It's disappointing that the 45-175 and 14-45 PZ lenses aren't listed in this document for future I.S. updating. (However, Tom Caldwell might be interested to see that the camera road-map diagram on ...
  • Replied in I.B.I.S. ?
    Andy, most likely what you're hearing is the sound coming from the camera's I.B.I.S. .-- Richard -- .
  • Till, I think that the Panasonic page link you gave in your original post shows the current situation regarding Dual I.S. compatible lenses. My understanding is that these Dual I.S. lenses (with ...
  • Replied in Panasonic g7
    Dave, I suggest you put your question on the Micro Four Thirds forum. .-- Richard -- .
  • Sean, a good point you make about the UHS-2 card when used with a GX80/GX85 camera will at least give the benefit of faster writing to a computer (with a compatible card-reader of course, as you ...
  • Replied in Are you sure?
    Albert, you misread my post.  I said the GX80/GX85 instructions have no mention of UHS-2 compatibility. . -- Richard -- .
  • The following quote seems to indicate that UHS-2 cards are backwards compatible with UHS-1 devices, but only the first row of contacts is used, therefore they work at the speed of a UHS-1 card. Fro ...
  • Well, in the GX80/GX85 Advanced User Instructions no mention is made of UHS-2 cards being compatible with that camera. In the Advanced User Instructions for the G80/G85, both UHS-1 and UHS-2 cards are
  • Marco, with reference to the two authors you mention, everything you say definitely points towards Martin Evening as the right choice. His books usually cover the subject in a comprehensive and ...
  • Albert, this shortcut, "Rapidly assigning functions" is documented in the Advanced Operating instructions (page 55 for the G80) under the heading "Assigning frequently used functions to the buttons". ...
  • Replied in Focusing
    Michael, I think you can set up the G85 so that you can move the focus box with the cursor keys, by going to the Custom menu and setting "Direct Focus Area" to ON. If you're going to keep it that ...
  • ......... and is to be seen in many a wedding portfolio. .. -- Richard -- .
  • Replied in Superb
    That's really impressive Ray. A beautiful subject and one of your very best smudges. (It reminds me of of the style of some of those delicately painted female portraits done by Hans Holbein !!! ). ...
  • Vasilis, I suggest you might get an answer by posting your question on the Retouching forum. .-- Richard --
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