$670 vs $1300


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yeppie99

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can't help but compare my Casio QV-2900UX to my office's G2.

as expected......



2900UX



G2
 

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The first rule of comparing lenses is to clean them first.
 

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;p the 6 point stars are due to the design of the aperture (right?)

you could add a filter to achieve the same effect.

is the pic taken by the 2900UX noiser?
 

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sorry for the dirty lens. i used the same settings for both shots, how come difference SO great? lens quality?

Aperture: 8.0
Shutter: 2s
 

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If the shutterspeed is exactly the same for both, then we can safely say what you pay is what you get...but looking at the star-burst effect for the G2 version, I suspect the exposure time for the G2 is a wee bit longer? ;)
 

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Originally posted by AdamGoi
If the shutterspeed is exactly the same for both, then we can safely say what you pay is what you get...but looking at the star-burst effect for the G2 version, I suspect the exposure time for the G2 is a wee bit longer? ;)

Yeah I agree with you...
 

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Originally posted by AqUaRiU5
er...izzit because of the pixels? btw how come for tt G2 shot u took...how come the lights are replaced by stars?
You can have that effect by adjusting your shuttle slower...
 

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