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    here's some shots with the LX5




    macro

    more macro

    my shot's not as good as the sifus here but I hope u guys liked it
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    Thanks for sharing your LX5 shots urbanboy!

    Love your product shots!

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    [QUOTE=Dream Merchant;6473333]STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS COLORS!

    [CENTER]

    Hello, Dream Merchant i am a newbie in photo shot taking, may i know how to shoot such a excellent beautiful food photo? please tell me thing i should know...thanks seeing so many beautiful photo u taken especially street photo i fall in love with hybrid camera, without having to buy expensive lenses, i love taking street photo but i do not want to buy those expensive camera and i know is a expensive hobbies, i really fall in love with lx5, thanks for the upload . can Canon s95 do have similar function like lx5? how about the previous model lx3 can it take same photo as lx5 too? i very sorry i have so many query please forgive me as a newbie.
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    Simply the marco
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    Quote Originally Posted by urbanboy View Post
    I'm a noob so I bought this LX5 to play with. Took a photoshoot of it...





    I forgot to watermark my signature and already uploaded online...aihhh...
    It's good to start photography with high-end compact camera before you moving into DSLR.
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    macro mode. light coming from my iphone 4. =)

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    [QUOTE=wyattearp;6501729]
    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    STUNNINGLY GORGEOUS COLORS!

    [CENTER]

    Hello, Dream Merchant i am a newbie in photo shot taking, may i know how to shoot such a excellent beautiful food photo? please tell me thing i should know...thanks seeing so many beautiful photo u taken especially street photo i fall in love with hybrid camera, without having to buy expensive lenses, i love taking street photo but i do not want to buy those expensive camera and i know is a expensive hobbies, i really fall in love with lx5, thanks for the upload . can Canon s95 do have similar function like lx5? how about the previous model lx3 can it take same photo as lx5 too? i very sorry i have so many query please forgive me as a newbie.
    I'm not sure how to answer all those questions, but let's start with something - food.

    Learn to identify good-looking food and go next to a window, or near the side of a hawker center where light is entering. Go close to avoid clutter. However, each layout is different and as appropriate, not all advise about food shots will be the same.

    The LX3 is already a great camera, or so I've been told, but the LX5 is even better!

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    [QUOTE=Dream Merchant;6502999]
    Quote Originally Posted by wyattearp View Post

    I'm not sure how to answer all those questions, but let's start with something - food.

    Learn to identify good-looking food and go next to a window, or near the side of a hawker center where light is entering. Go close to avoid clutter. However, each layout is different and as appropriate, not all advise about food shots will be the same.

    The LX3 is already a great camera, or so I've been told, but the LX5 is even better!
    From marketing point of view, of cause LX5 is better than old model LX3, otherwise how can it be sold widely?
    From consumer point of view, price is always factored in to see if the improvements are worth the money.
    Only time can tell
    Last edited by kentwong81; 15th September 2010 at 01:16 PM.
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    Kent, please tell us something not so obvious. We would love to find out more.

    I'm sure many members are more than well aware of the points you've already brought up ... so that's pretty much stating the obvious.

    Thank you Kent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Kent, please tell us something not so obvious. We would love to find out more.

    I'm sure many members are more than well aware of the points you already brought up ... so that's pretty much stating the obvious.

    Thank you.


    now going through the wide con photo
    photography makes one sees things from all angles.

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    wow! LX5's photos are really stunning!

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    the photos are stunning, but it would be good if you guys can state what settings the photos are taken at.

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    Shot this 3hrs ago at TK Foto. No PP & straight from cam, only resize...



    f/2, 1/60, ISO80, no flash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Kent, please tell us something not so obvious. We would love to find out more.

    I'm sure many members are more than well aware of the points you've already brought up ... so that's pretty much stating the obvious.

    Thank you Kent.
    Hey, I just personally feel that it is overpriced. Same for many Pana products. Others may think differently.
    But if money is not an issue, LX5 is definitely one of the best and good-looking high-end point & shoot cameras.

    Heard that Canon S95 and G12 have been announced. Any comparison?
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    How was the battery life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by solidude View Post
    the photos are stunning, but it would be good if you guys can state what settings the photos are taken at.
    About 8 seconds up to about 1/3200, between f/2 - f/8 and ISO 80 - 12800.

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faustz View Post
    How was the battery life?
    400 pictures (CIPA Standard).

    http://www.cipa.jp/english/hyoujunka...f/DC-002_e.pdf

    Generally, one charge (for ME) ranges from a lot of shooting for about half a day (3-4 hours) with say 15-30 flash shots to slightly more than 9-12 hours with sporadic shooting and minimal fooling around the LCD screen ... which actually tells you nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kentwong81 View Post
    Hey, I just personally feel that it is overpriced. Same for many Pana products. Others may think differently.
    But if money is not an issue, LX5 is definitely one of the best and good-looking high-end point & shoot cameras.

    Heard that Canon S95 and G12 have been announced. Any comparison?
    Well, almost Every Thing IS over priced in Singapore, as compared to our counter-part SEA countries.

    Please do tell us something that's really not obvious to most members, Kent.

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    Not really. Many things selling in Malaysia are more overpriced than in Singapore.
    Will share if I find out something not 'obvious' okie? Let's enjoy photography at the moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dream Merchant View Post
    Well, almost Every Thing IS over priced in Singapore, as compared to our counter-part SEA countries.

    Please do tell us something that's really not obvious to most members, Kent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kentwong81 View Post
    Not really. Many things selling in Malaysia are more overpriced than in Singapore.
    Will share if I find out something not 'obvious' okie? Let's enjoy photography at the moment.
    I agree. Camera in Singapore is consider reasonably priced, with the exception of Hong Kong, go check out the price in Thailand, China and over here in Maldives and you will learn to appreciate the prices in Singapore.

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