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  1. #491
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    kgosden-

    Thanks for your comments on the 12-60 mm lens. That lens is on my wish list. I am still shooting with the E-420, but fondly looking at the E-620 as well.

    Here is a shot from this morning (07/21).

    Sarah Joyce
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    Here is a 100% Crop of the Above Posted Photo

    Small images can be deceiving, so here is a 100% crop of the above posted photo.

    Sarah Joyce
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  3. #493
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    That's very impressive for a 100% crop.

    I've got so many pictures to sort through, it's not even funny. Not only do I need to make final revisions to my China and Thailand series (1200 shots), I have already taken 1000's since I came back. All I can say: delete with extreme prejudice. The E-620 is extremely nice, I'll put some shots up.

  4. #494
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    The E620 is very tempting. Really makes me wish I had not rashly upgraded to the E520 in December when Circuit City went under. But it was a deal as it only cost me $120 net after selling the E500 and giving the E510 to my father. Only two wishes I had for the E620; the bigger battery and either 5 shot bracketing or 3 shots with +/- 2EV. Of course, with Ritz/Wolf going under now...

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    Can you believe you cannot, by any method I know of, open E-620 RAW files with photoshop CS3? I just got it 9 months ago! Looks like someone's stealing CS4.

    Fortunately I shot everything in RAW+jpeg, so here's a few. These are not necessarily the best of the series. As you may know, it is traditional to test all new equipment on mountain goats, hence the E-620 with 70-300mm, and my brand new 35mm macro. One landscape with 9-18mm. One was done with grainy B&W art filter (plus two stacked circular filters).

    They are irfanview resized only, nothing else, so if they don't appear sharp, wait till I process the RAW's.
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  6. #496
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    Nice, Raven-

    #3 is my fvorite.

    Sarah Joyce

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    1 & 3 were definitely best, the other two were "tests."


    It looks intentional, but the second was a complete accident. Evidently, Oly IS works in translational but not rotational degrees of freedom.
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  8. #498
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    Hmm, I just read a short blurb on Cnet about some new rotational OIS updates that Canon is adding. I gather rotational IS is not currently very common.

  9. #499
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    It's strange that the in-body IS crowd doesn't have rotational IS, since IS is really only 2/3 effective without it. How does Canon plan to make a lens correct light rotationally?
    Last edited by raven15; 07-22-2009 at 07:38 PM.

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    Not too much meat to the Cnet story Canon unveils optical stabilizer improvements

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