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Old Jul 5, 2011, 11:08 AM   #1
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Mission San Fernando Rey is #17 of the 21 missions built along the California coast by Spanish missionaries in the late 1700's. It was heavily damaged by the 1971 earthquake and was mostly re-built, so the exterior is not as interesting as some of the other missions. With my brand new 20mm pancake on the GF1, very impressive in the extremely low light interior (no flash!)



















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Old Jul 5, 2011, 2:19 PM   #2
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awesomely crisp, clear and nicely framed !! they could not be any better, saly !!
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Thank you so much, flyhigh! This is a great lens.
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Nice clear bright outside shots saly

Are the interior shots 'normal' mode or does the GF1 have a high sensitivity mode like the FZ40/45 ?

With #2 & #6 I'm guessing the available light was enough with the 20mm lens, but #4 & #7 I'm not so sure.... Image quality is high in #4 so was that 'normal' as well?
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Thanks Square one. The interior shots were taken in regular P mode, either ISO 200 or 400. The 20mm lens does really well in low light condition. #2 was by far the darkest place, and I shot it in ISO 400. Other indoor shots are ISO 200.
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