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    Default Re: Photos from Panasonic G1, GH1, and GF1 (please state models clearly)

    1. GF1
    2. 20mm
    3. ISO 100, f1.7, 1/640, Standard mode, Raw, PP in LR2.


    3. ISO 100, f1.7, 1/3200, Standard mode, Raw, PP in LR2

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    Default Re: Photos from Panasonic G1, GH1, and GF1 (please state models clearly)

    Quote Originally Posted by sadistmeal View Post
    1. GF1
    2. 20mm
    3. ISO 100, f1.7, 1/640, Standard mode, Raw, PP in LR2.
    Eeek! ZOMBIE!



    Nice for halloween, print big and put behind door, when someone open, wham!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryanto View Post
    Eeek! ZOMBIE!



    Nice for halloween, print big and put behind door, when someone open, wham!
    haha...i should have brought it home with me...

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    Default Re: GF1 and Nikon F8 Mirror samples

    Hi Allan

    Saw the converter at Cathay and found that it is not worth the $250.
    It's merely a short metal tube with a M43 and Nikon coupling at either end with no electronic contacts nor shaft drive. Therefore, can only use lenses with aperture rings and manual focusing.

    Will probably source for some OEM converter from China which is less than $100.....hopefully there is such a thing

    Thanks for the input....didn't know such thing existed until I saw your post.
    Really appreciate it !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Teo View Post
    Hi
    Been playing with the GF1 and a M/43 to Nikon F mount and
    a Nikkor F8 500 MM Reflex lens.
    Shooting in Raw, I am able to recover all the blown highlights when
    metering at the suggested exposure.

    I have also tested the M/43 adaptors with other lenses and
    here are my findings:

    Lens: SIGMA F2.8 180 degree FIsheye Nik F mount
    Result: Picture badly cropped

    lens: Nikon DX 12-24
    Result: Usable

    Lens: Tamron 90MM Macro
    Result: Usable however Lens needs to be 2x furthur away than normal
    - Great for skittish insects

    Lens: Olympus 1.7 TCON + panasonic Pancake 20mm
    result: Works no distortion need 55 -> 42 mm adaptor

    Lens: Panasonic Pancake 20 mm with Raynox 250+ 150 Stacked
    Result: Allows very close focus - almost touch lens - not too much
    magnification though - I just happen to have this.
    You need a 46 to 52 step ring to use the Raynox Lens Clamp OR you
    could go direct with 46-49 ring

    Hopes this helps you out



    Allan
    Thank you for sharing this experience. I am sure those who are considering the converters have learnt something new.

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    B & W series of my toddler using the G1 in B&W dynamic mode using 14-45mm kit lens at f3.5,JPEGs resized, sharpened and contrast adjusted using Irfanview









    Fujifilm XE-1, Fujifilm X100, Panasonic DMC-GH2, Ricoh GRD

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    Panasonic Lumix G1
    MF MD 50mm/F2
    ISO 200
    1/400
    Aperture Priority
    Vibrant mode


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    Hi Allan,

    Do you find it difficult to manually focus the lenses when it is mounted onto the adapter?
    I attached my 80-200 onto the GF1 and without Mega OIS, trying to keep the image steady is really a challenge.

    There is no way to enlarge the focusing view....unlike when you mount the original Lumix lenses and set it to manual focus. At least with the Lumix lenses, it enlarges the view to aid in focusing, but for other lenses, it doesn't seem to work.



    Like the looks of it when mounted with an older generation AIS lens....looks damn retro.

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    This is AWESOME!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raychan View Post
    There is no way to enlarge the focusing view....unlike when you mount the original Lumix lenses and set it to manual focus.
    I think you need to recheck your camera settings... you should be able to zoom into the subject for easy focusing.

    ../azul123

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    Quote Originally Posted by raychan View Post

    There is no way to enlarge the focusing view....unlike when you mount the original Lumix lenses and set it to manual focus.
    On the dial on the back, press the button with 5-squares, then press menu/set. The images enlarges about 7 - 10x.

    Without a viewfinder to prop it up, and a grip like the GH1, it is not easy to shoot it handheld. In any case, long lenses usually need a tripod/monopod, IS or not.

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    Default Re: GF1 and Nikon F8 Mirror samples

    Thanks for the tip guys.....Yes, pressing the focusing option button works !!!
    It really zooms in closer to aid focusing.

    I know I need a tripod when mounting the huge lens.....the problem I'm facing is that the 80-200 does not have any tripod collar.

    Mounting the tripod onto the GF1 body with the 80-200 attached will definitely damage the mount. Anyway, mounting the big lens definitely defeats the purpose of getting the M4/3 format.

    But, it works pretty well with the 50mm F1.8 attached.

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    Default Re: Photos from Panasonic G1, GH1, and GF1 (please state models clearly)

    The vibrancy of the Lumix's sensor is incredible. Just needed a slight tweak and the color really comes out !!!


    Camera : Lumix DMC-GF1
    ISO : 100
    Lens : Lumix 14-45mm kit lens
    Focal Length : 16mm
    Aperture : F9.0
    Shutter Speed : 1/640 sec
    Normal Program Mode
    Film Mode : Vibrant
    Cokin Circular Polariser





    Camera : Lumix DMC-GF1
    ISO : 400
    Lens : Lumix 14-45mm kit lens
    Focal Length : 45mm
    Aperture : F5.6
    Shutter Speed : 1/30 sec
    Normal Program Mode
    Film Mode : Vibrant






    Camera : Lumix DMC-GF1
    ISO : 100
    Lens : Lumix 14-45mm kit lens
    Focal Length : 23mm
    Aperture : F11
    Shutter Speed : 1/500 sec
    Normal Program Mode
    Film Mode : Vibrant


    This is a cute shot...they just happen to lay the beach mat over the ATV tracks. From the photos, it looks as if they were run over by the ATV.


    Last edited by raychan; 20th November 2009 at 02:50 AM.

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    the first photo is ok in colour,but not so much so for the third,seems weird,but the second one I'm neutral
    A wise man said, "Any available light is good light"

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadistmeal View Post
    1. GF1
    2. 20mm
    3. ISO 100, f1.7, 1/640, Standard mode, Raw, PP in LR2.


    Very nice.. whats the min focusing distance for the 20mm, is this done at the min focusing dist?

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    Hi Ray, glad to see you putting the Nikon to M4/3 adapter you bought yesterday to good use already. Hope you get well soon

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    omfg la. so tua kee.

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    Default Re: Photos from Panasonic G1, GH1, and GF1 (please state models clearly)

    Camera: Lumix DMC-G1
    Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60)
    Aperture: f/3.8
    Focal Length: 17 mm x 0.66 (22.4 mm equ 35mm)
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV

    Fujifilm XE-1, Fujifilm X100, Panasonic DMC-GH2, Ricoh GRD

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    Camera: Panasonic DMC-G1
    Exposure: 0.008 sec (1/125)
    Aperture: f/4.0
    Focal Length: 14 mm x 0.66 (18.5mm equ to 35mm)
    ISO Speed: 100
    Slight crop due to vignetting for filter attached

    Fujifilm XE-1, Fujifilm X100, Panasonic DMC-GH2, Ricoh GRD

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    Camera: Panasonic DMC-G1
    Exposure: 0.005 sec (1/200)
    Aperture: f/3.8
    Focal Length: 17 mm x 0.66 (22.4mm equ 35mm)
    ISO Speed: 100
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV

    Fujifilm XE-1, Fujifilm X100, Panasonic DMC-GH2, Ricoh GRD

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