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    Chope ahh!

    Tests should be self-explanatory.


















    and last but not least, my dedicated Flash Holder!!!!!














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    Quote Originally Posted by glygcs View Post
    Hi bro,

    Just shoot auto flash with auto iso, not slow synchro. I'd like to know what iso the cam will automatically boost up to and guess its IQ. For casual shooting, its just not practical to set iso.

    Here's a test. iISO was the higher speed, and the lower one was on 'AUTO'.

    The best is just set it to 'iISO' which is 'Intelligent ISO' for walk-abouts. It will take care of itself for the most part!



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    Quote Originally Posted by aloyyolaaloy View Post
    more from the 'happy' mode






    Actually, I should have shot most of the blue sky shots on iA HAPPY colors!
    Last edited by Dream Merchant; 7th September 2010 at 01:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post

    and last but not least, my dedicated Flash Holder!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadpoet View Post
    Hey Chris

    I read in a few other reviews, the feel of the LX5 is a bit "plastickly". What is your observation and experience?
    Quote Originally Posted by sircam View Post
    Actually the opposite, it feels quite "metally"... no "plasticky" feeling whatsoever... it has a nice really solid and sturdy build... and dials are even better than on the LX3. No creaks regarding the build in any way whatsoever.

    Can you point out the URLs of these reviews where you read this? It says a lot about the experience of the reviewer in handling compact cameras of different builds.

    I suspect the LX3 might have been more "plastickly", but I can't tell at the moment ... unless another LX5 and LX3 arrives at my doorstep for testing.

    The LX5 is something I could handle all day long.

    However, the lens barrel itself it a little 'loose'. I suspect this may be due to tolerances, or it may be a design feature to prevent sticking in very cold countries. I'm not sure about this.
    Last edited by Dream Merchant; 7th September 2010 at 02:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aloyyolaaloy View Post
    HAIRY LEGS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by denniskee View Post
    while oly FL36 flashgun (good and cheap alternative to pana's flash) works flawlessly with LX3, I think we had some problem with the LX5, cant remember what was it. DM / Peterpan1975 can u guys recall what was the problem?
    IIRC, it was over-blown and/or the TTL didn't wok properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post

    and last but not least, my dedicated Flash Holder!!!!!




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    weather was that hot ah!!
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    [QUOTE=Dream Merchant;6473333]STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS COLORS!

    [CENTER]






    Full sized res available


    Ah I see my office building nice colors and output from lx5 must say
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    Managed to get some 'SCENE' Modes as well as 'artistic' modes done. I may or may not include some some iA HAPPY modes here, but generally, I only switch on the iA HAPPY mode deliberately to test, since the saturation levels and DR of the LX5 is so nice.

    However, first are more 'Straight Shots' taken over several days to show the capability of the LX5.

    CHEERS!



    Straight Shot, ISO 400, Aperture Priority, 1/15, f/2.7, EV0, AUTO WB and Exposure





    Straight Shot, ISO 400, (Normal) Program, 1/60, f/2, EV0, AUTO WB and Exposure




    Straight Shot, ISO 160, Aperture Priority, 1/60, f/2.5, EV0, AUTO WB and Exposure




    Straight Shot, ISO 400, Aperture Priority, 1/8, f/3.2, EV0, AUTO WB and Exposure




    Straight Shot, ISO 80, Aperture Priority, 1/500, f/4, EV0, AUTO WB and Exposure


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    OK ... some Scene Shots ... Sometimes, I LOVE the Scene or Artistic shots. Put very, very simply, they're FUN!


    Pin Hole









    EXPRESSIVE

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    Straight Shot




    Film Grain




    Retro


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    and last but not least, my dedicated Flash Holder!!!!!

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    Buy LX5 will get this flash stand also?
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    Normal and Expressive






    I think this might be of interest to many ...


    Normal DR and High Dynamic Mode

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    Exploring difference EV values in normal range and HDM

    Normal, Normal and -EV and High Dynamic Mode


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    Gotta LOVE the Film Grain!




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    Again, the higher Dymanic Range.

    Look carefully at the sky, the pavement and the shadow details of the fan.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Royaux View Post
    Buy LX5 will get this flash stand also?
    Dunno leh. Se if Sam Lim Square got 'SPECIAL' or not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Dunno leh. Se if Sam Lim Square got 'SPECIAL' or not!
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    I've got another load of the same scene shot on different Modes, but as I do not have the camera anymore, I can't trace which are which for now. Will consult Panasonic, so hang in there is you like 'special or artistic filters' and such!

    CHEERS!

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