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« Reply #25 on: February 25, 2013, 01:44 »
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I do more illustrations but for photos I use a the first generation E-P1.
If you set the zoom lenses to their sweet spots you might get lucky.
 
I've invested in a couple of Lumix/Leica prime lenses and
I'm on the lookout for a higher quality M43 back for the right price.

Here's one kit lens shot I got lucky with:

http://graphicleftovers.com/graphic/tennis-ball-out-on-clay/


« Reply #26 on: February 25, 2013, 15:57 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors

« Reply #27 on: February 25, 2013, 17:14 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors

 ;)
Yeah, man

« Reply #28 on: February 25, 2013, 17:22 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors
I've had no problems with cameras much worse that that.  I usually downsize a bit and use some selective noise reduction but nothing that takes too much time.  I like small cameras.

« Reply #29 on: February 25, 2013, 18:09 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors

I wonder if tbe quality is actually the reason.  I would like to see a photo with an older 6.2mp cannon or nikon compared with the quality of the g15 and the other 4/3 cameras. Or are the inspectors just looking at the metadata and rejecting

« Reply #30 on: February 25, 2013, 18:41 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors


I wonder if tbe quality is actually the reason.  I would like to see a photo with an older 6.2mp cannon or nikon compared with the quality of the g15 and the other 4/3 cameras. Or are the inspectors just looking at the metadata and rejecting


Here ya go.  Click on the image then "original" image at the bottom.

http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/reviewsamples/albums/nikon-d100-review-samples

http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/reviewsamples/albums/canon-powershot-g15-review-samples

« Reply #31 on: February 25, 2013, 20:46 »
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As a follow up -- all images shot with my new Canon G15 were (standard) rejected by IS. They were shot in filtered natural light at 80 ISO with minimal post processing. They were just not sharp due to the lens quality and small sensor. Back to Best Buy it goes.

Good luck all you point-and-shoot hopefuls.

OX
...gemme DSLR and big sensors

I wonder if tbe quality is actually the reason.  I would like to see a photo with an older 6.2mp cannon or nikon compared with the quality of the g15 and the other 4/3 cameras. Or are the inspectors just looking at the metadata and rejecting

Well actually the photos were portraits of Sean Locke come to think of it...

OX
...mebbe that was why, ya think  :o

« Reply #32 on: March 05, 2013, 11:37 »
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I have used in that order when hiking
E420 + kit lens
EP2 + kit lens,
EP2 +12mm+20mm+45mm
EM5 ( either with 14-45 +25mm when multi days hiking, or i add 12mm+45mm+75mm if day hikes )

At full size i have seen an improvement from E420 to EP2 to EM5 and from kit zoom to some primes,
But even the E420 quality is accepted from Shutter / IStock / Dreamstime etc... most of the time.
With the EM5 when its not accepted its never from the camera limits

i tried a few shots with LX3 and had some accepted on the 3 above, but it way harder.


 

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