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    Quote Originally Posted by socrates View Post
    madflurry, super water droplet shot. hoe do you that?
    haha the water droplets are on a CD.. The rainbow colour is caused by the reflection from the light

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    This is a beautiful shot! Is this a straight-from-camera-JPEG or RAW w/ Adobe Camera?

    And did you use manual or Panasonic iA mode? From what I've read it seems the Panasonic iA mode performs better than other cameras Auto mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harnamsc View Post
    This is a beautiful shot! Is this a straight-from-camera-JPEG or RAW w/ Adobe Camera?

    And did you use manual or Panasonic iA mode? From what I've read it seems the Panasonic iA mode performs better than other cameras Auto mode.
    Thanks bro. It is a straight-from-camera JPEG. I used "My Film 1" under Film Mode with contrast, sharpness and saturation up by 1 notch.

    The shot was taken with Manual mode (1s, f/2.0 and ISO 80).

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    Quote Originally Posted by iJeff View Post
    Thanks bro. It is a straight-from-camera JPEG. I used "My Film 1" under Film Mode with contrast, sharpness and saturation up by 1 notch.

    The shot was taken with Manual mode (1s, f/2.0 and ISO 80).
    I'm a Canon user so I take it 'Film Mode' is a custom setting for colours and white balance?

    And 1s exposure only? I'm really impressed, with my Canon G7 I need to expose the sensor for slightly longer periods to attain that level of brightness to the image. Guess it must be due to the larger sensor used in the LX3.

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    Yesterday evening went down and got a martin fields screen protector to protect the screen of my my new LX3. Then decided to walk down to the clarke quay and Singapore river to take some pictures. Still not that familiar with the LX 3 and being a good photographer, I just shot with the A mode and IA mode and only playing around with the ISO. here are some of the shots



    There was some float display and I only managed to catch one of them !









    Must say truly impressed with the ISO ability and of course the wide angle lens !

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    after seeing those few night shot photos, feel like selling away my Fuji F31fd... but de price for de new set is really....

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    [QUOTE=The Killer Gerbil;4389040]@ Hard Rock

    Nice people shots in a low light environment. What mode or iso were you shooting at?

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    @ Hard Rock

    Nice people shots in a low light environment. What mode or iso were you shooting at?
    AP @ F/2.0 - ISO400

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    Two nature shots





    Hope you like =) Do comment!
    QX

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    i must say im impressed. but generally is this better than a dslr cause im thinking of upgrading

    semipro to semipro VS semipro to dslr :/

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    Velasco,
    It depends on what you need. Currently I'm using a Sony A700 system with a set of lenses.
    I bought the LX3 because of its features, namely the fast lens, image stabilisation and hotshoe.

    I realised that my A700 would not do for casual everyday shooting situations as it had too much bulk and weight. I mean, who wants to go out with friends with the bulk there?

    The LX3 fit my needs for compactness and capability. I know it won't catch a F1 car, but at least in 90+% of shooting cases, it meets my needs. Good till 400, useable at 800. Fast and BLOODY SHARP f/2.0-2.8 lens, hot shoe. Quick writing speeds to the card, different aspect ratios and useable RAW buffer. All these combine to give me a very worthwhile package.

    Hope this helps =) As you can tell i'm rly happy with mine.

    QX

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber Wolf View Post
    Two nature shots



    Hope you like =) Do comment!
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    wow .... super impressed with the picture quality...
    must go and get this man.... can't wait liao!!!!

    share some more pics and posion me... ha ha

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