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    Hi eejal

    Thanks for sharing. MAy I know Which ISO did you shoot with? Looks clean. And congrats on your new arrival.

    Hi ykgen,

    Very nice clean shots, even at high ISO 1600 and 3200! Did you do any noise removal?

    I thot Panasonic cams are famous for their terrible noise?!

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    Thanks Kiwi2...
    For the side mirror is..

    Last edited by eejal; 7th October 2007 at 05:35 AM.

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    how much dose the LX 2 cost now ( like in shops like HN)?
    LX2 users,
    can u share your experience when taking shots in low light conditions and how would u rate the LX2 on the whole.
    considering the LX2 cause from my point of view it looks pretty good though i'm more for canon-but could change my mind cause LX 2 seems worth the money.
    IF

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    From my research about LX2, as long as you dont go above ISO400, the noise still ok.

    If you force to shoot more than ISO400, you should shoot in RAW and PP to remove the noise.

    I am also ready to go for LX2 now and still looking for lowest offer in Malaysia

    So far, the cheapest i got is RM1480 with free LCD screen protector only.

    ykgen, want to sell yours?

    hehe

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    i've still yet to use ISO's above 400. So i can't comment on that yet.

    I'll test it out soon..

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    Quote Originally Posted by eejal View Post
    i've still yet to use ISO's above 400. So i can't comment on that yet.

    I'll test it out soon..
    you've sold your LX2?!!

    Anyway, here's my take with my new toys... kekeke... my DSLR start resting at home ever since.




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    bro scaredcloud... lovely pictures you have there lah!!

    i guess i wasn't adventurous enough to try out ISO400 and above.... which i think i shld have!!

    Are those pictures handheld?

    And yes...i've sold my LX2..

    Life goes on...

    feeling 'naked' without a camera now...

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    i am new to digital.

    Can somebody advise what should be a good setting for a normal shot at iso100? My LX2 shots tend to have a lot of glares around the highlight areas.



    Taking raw helps? but would take it a lot of memory.

    Thanks!
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    Default Re: My take on LX2 (newbie shots)

    another qn.. when at 16:9 format, the ange of view is 28mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by boochap View Post
    i am new to digital.

    Can somebody advise what should be a good setting for a normal shot at iso100? My LX2 shots tend to have a lot of glares around the highlight areas.



    Taking raw helps? but would take it a lot of memory.

    Thanks!
    I agreed, somemore the RAW file size super huge

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    Quote Originally Posted by boochap View Post
    another qn.. when at 16:9 format, the ange of view is 28mm?
    16:9 doesn't meant 28mm, you must set to widest end then it is 28mm.

    See this album, many of photo here taken by LX2 with 16:9 28mm

    http://sekinchan.philipcs.com/
    Last edited by philipcs; 15th November 2007 at 11:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philipcs View Post
    16:9 doesn't meant 28mm, you must set to widest end then it is 28mm.

    See this album, many of photo here taken by LX2 with 16:9 28mm

    http://sekinchan.philipcs.com/

    Oic... then i rather get a normal 4 by 3 format at 28mm. more vertical coverage, and i can always crop it to 16/9 myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaredcloud View Post
    you've sold your LX2?!!

    Anyway, here's my take with my new toys... kekeke... my DSLR start resting at home ever since.



    nice, but a lot of glare lehh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boochap View Post
    nice, but a lot of glare lehh.
    mostly bcoz of my skill lah... kekeke
    shd have covered the lights with black card then expose for the reflections.
    in order to get nice reflections i need about 6-8s exposure,
    for the lights, i think around 1-2s enough liaoz...
    since i'm unprepared... kekeke, here goes...

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    wow ... loved the panning shot !!!
    Amazing !!! how do you do it...

    cool ! ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelvinloon View Post
    wow ... loved the panning shot !!!
    Amazing !!! how do you do it...

    cool ! ~
    errr...which panning shot bro?

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    this shot taken from KL Tower, handheld and stick the camera lens on the window, stop breathing and press the shutter gently. I impressed with the result.



    Exif:
    Camera Make: Panasonic
    Camera Model: DMC-LX2
    Image Date: 2007:11:21 21:00:18
    Exposure Time: 1.6s
    Aperture: f/2.8
    ISO equiv: 100
    Metering Mode: Matrix

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