Panasonic G5 image samples

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Submit samples from your g5. Please identify the lens used and any other pertinent information.
 
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Standard image thread protocol is for the OP to get the ball rolling with the first image. :wink:
Don't be shy. :smile:
Hope you're enjoying the new camera.
 
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Standard image thread protocol is for the OP to get the ball rolling with the first image. :wink:
Don't be shy. :smile:
Hope you're enjoying the new camera.

You would think Frank would know that by now! :biggrin:
Still stuck in that owner's manual... LOL
 
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This was my first day with the g5. I spent most of it trying to figure out the menus and exploring features. I used the Oly 45/1.8 for this first set of samples.

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Looks really good to me.
I guess we'll know that your relationship with the G5 is more than a dalliance if you update your Sig to include it. :smile:
 
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Standard image thread protocol is for the OP to get the ball rolling with the first image. :wink:
Don't be shy. :smile:
Hope you're enjoying the new camera.

I like the ergonomics a lot. The ep3 is prettier, but this fits my hand better, and the built in evf and articulated lcd make a great combo.

You would think Frank would know that by now! :biggrin:
Still stuck in that owner's manual... LOL

I'll be stuck in the damn manual for weeks to come. :Teeth:
 
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these were some first practice shots, just walking in yard trying to find something to snap a pic at, 14-42 lens

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Birthday boy with his new boomerangs.
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45-175 169mm F5.6
 
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Gorgeous set Frank

Thanks, Mike. I was lucky to have such handsome models visiting this week.

Outstanding set Frank.

Thanks, John. Some initial observations:
  • Image quality seems about the same as the ep3, but the g5 paints with a different brush. Not as punchy, but more realistic.
  • I miss ibis, and need to be more aware of shutter speed. Auto iso didn't kick in till shutter speed dropped to 1/100, which is low yield for the 45mm lens.
  • The articulating LCD is very useful. I'll use it a lot for portraits.
  • The g5 fires my Oly fl36r flash. Yea!
  • The kit lens doesn't have a quality feel. I imagine it's useful, but I'll stick with my primes.
 
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Thanks, John. Some initial observations:
  • Image quality seems about the same as the ep3, but the g5 paints with a different brush. Not as punchy, but more realistic.
  • I miss ibis, and need to be more aware of shutter speed. Auto iso didn't kick in till shutter speed dropped to 1/100, which is low yield for the 45mm lens.
  • The articulating LCD is very useful. I'll use it a lot for portraits.
  • The g5 fires my Oly fl36r flash. Yea!

Observations look spot on. A minimum shutter speed setting for autoISO would be outstanding.
 
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60mm 2.8 ISO 320

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Bizarro 75mm F1.8 w/16mm extension tube.
 
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Nice and sharp Darrell - looks good
Thanks for the kudos.


getting to like this camera, 45-200 f7.1 500sec iso160 ev-1.3

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