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Old Dec 5, 2014, 8:33 PM   #1
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Went down to Beantown to visit with some friends. Snapped this shot of a building of which I am unsure of what it was but I can say it hummed.

E-PM2, Lumix 14 @f2.5 1/8 second... I must say this little camera has a nice sensor imho

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Old Dec 5, 2014, 11:40 PM   #2
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Nice low light shot. I like how it brought out the different shades of the stones.
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Nice shot ramcewan, you have a very compact set po with the E-MP2 and the 14mm.
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Very nice low light shot ramcewan
I agree a nice little camera with a good sensor
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Nice low light shot. I like how it brought out the different shades of the stones.
thanks, I boosted contrast specifically to improve the differences in the bricks. I think some it is also brought out by the high pressure sodium lighting from the street combined with brake lights from the car. The JPG out of the camera has a more yellow orange cast, I let LR auto set the white balance and it turned it into a more natural white balance.


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Nice shot ramcewan, you have a very compact set po with the E-MP2 and the 14mm.
yes it is a fun little set up.. I am however a bit torn by the news that the E-M5 II is coming out soon and will potentially have most everything the E-M1 has, specifically the PDAF system. I think an E-M5 sized camera would alleviate the need for having a second camera since it really comes down to the protruding grip on the E-M1 that drove me to pick up a second.

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Very nice low light shot ramcewan
I agree a nice little camera with a good sensor
Thanks fred it is a nice sensor for sure, I forgot to mention this was shot at ISO 1600.

I have to admit the shot could have been better, I took it from my car while we were stopped at a light. I braced the camera on the door with the window open to try and get it as steady as possible, if I were on foot and had a monopod or tripod it probably would be more sharp.
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