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QUOTE(bobds78 @ Mar 21 2017, 08:36 PM)
Ha ha I didn't know that's been implemented since the e-p3 days edy doh.gif

During my e-p3 time I don't seem to remember I got to limit the shutter speed, most probably because I had the awesome fast 20/1.7 to take care of the speed sweat.gif

Coming to the gx8, it has a lot more settings than i like sweat.gif So what I did is to set everything up in a custom set but setting the shutter speed limit isn't one of them.

Is 1/100th enough to take care of shaking hands?
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i need smaller aperture for more dof for travel photo. i feel like mind blown when i get to know this from chinese forum.

ya bro, the more high end the more setting available...hahaha.

no, 1/100 is not enough. but significantly better than 1/60.
if using speedlite i always use 1/200 indoor.
but i think most ppl here do not care if got 5-axis i.s laugh.gif
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post Mar 22 2017, 10:53 AM
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QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 21 2017, 09:03 PM)
i need smaller aperture for more dof for travel photo. i feel like mind blown when i get to know this from chinese forum.

ya bro, the more high end the more setting available...hahaha.

no, 1/100 is not enough. but significantly better than 1/60.
if using speedlite i always use 1/200 indoor.
but i think most ppl here do not care if got 5-axis i.s laugh.gif
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Definitely smaller aperture will help to get a deeper dof when your travelling but I always push this to auto or to just any of the SCENE mode available, more often than not this will turn out awesome photos. But of course if time permit a tripod is best but when long-trip traveling for holidays I never ever bring along a stupid tripod, not even a smallish one shakehead.gif

Even 5-axis or dual-IS like the gx8 sometimes I still don't get sharp enough photos. It does help a lot though most of the times. thumbsup.gif
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QUOTE(bobds78 @ Mar 22 2017, 10:53 AM)
Definitely smaller aperture will help to get a deeper dof when your travelling but I always push this to auto or to just any of the SCENE mode available, more often than not this will turn out awesome photos. But of course if time permit a tripod is best but when long-trip traveling for holidays I never ever bring along a stupid tripod, not even a smallish one shakehead.gif

Even 5-axis or dual-IS like the gx8 sometimes I still don't get sharp enough photos. It does help a lot though most of the times. :thumbsup:
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Agree!!! no more stupid tripod for just few photos but burden the whole trip.

then bump up ISO. high iso with enough exposure isn't that bad for noise. even in daytime shooting with iso 400 or 800 with higher shutter speed sometimes looks better to me. sharp + a little bit noise better than clean + a little bit blur.
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QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 22 2017, 02:38 PM)
Agree!!! no more stupid tripod for just few photos but burden the whole trip.

then bump up ISO. high iso with enough exposure isn't that bad for noise. even in daytime shooting with iso 400 or 800 with higher shutter speed sometimes looks better to me. sharp + a little bit noise better than clean + a little bit blur.
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Yup I use the same trick too but mine can bump iso to quite high thumbup.gif Still I limit it to 6400, just to be on the save side sweat.gif

I noticed your selling off your Sigma 19/2.8, not using anymore?
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QUOTE(bobds78 @ Mar 22 2017, 03:27 PM)
Yup I use the same trick too but mine can bump iso to quite high thumbup.gif Still I limit it to 6400, just to be on the save side sweat.gif

I noticed your selling off your Sigma 19/2.8, not using anymore?
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i am still using old 16mp e-pl5, so i limit to iso-5000, more than that is extended iso not native iso already.

erm...actually i am looking to trade with the smallish pana 35-100mm. i am still using this on my e-p3, while another 14mm pancake on the e-pl5. Guess what, i prefer to shoot with e-p3 + sigma 19mm combo due to 2 wheel dials and i like the color rendered more. Then why not sell the e-pl5 and 14mm combo? Because i prefer the lighter weight combo on my neck for travel...hahahaha. Then why not keep both? since i have changed my phone to s7 edge, no motivation bring them along anywhere already...Maybe change to a longer focal length lens will make me wanted to pick it up and curi-curi snap amoi photo laugh.gif
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QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 22 2017, 02:38 PM)
Agree!!! no more stupid tripod for just few photos but burden the whole trip.

then bump up ISO. high iso with enough exposure isn't that bad for noise. even in daytime shooting with iso 400 or 800 with higher shutter speed sometimes looks better to me. sharp + a little bit noise better than clean + a little bit blur.
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Got spoiled by olympus 5-axis IBIS for years, there's so much lesser chance to use tripod now. Last few occasion where I use monopod was just to reduce burden of large lens and long shooting hour.
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Where to buy lumix 20mm f1.7 best price?
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QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 22 2017, 04:06 PM)
i am still using old 16mp e-pl5, so i limit to iso-5000, more than that is extended iso not native iso already.

erm...actually i am looking to trade with the smallish pana 35-100mm. i am still using this on my e-p3, while another 14mm pancake on the e-pl5. Guess what, i prefer to shoot with e-p3 + sigma 19mm combo due to 2 wheel dials and i like the color rendered more. Then why not sell the e-pl5 and 14mm combo? Because i prefer the lighter weight combo on my neck for travel...hahahaha. Then why not keep both? since i have changed my phone to s7 edge, no motivation bring them along anywhere already...Maybe change to a longer focal length lens will make me wanted to pick it up and curi-curi snap amoi photo laugh.gif
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Wicked intentions ha ha.. devil.gif

Bro if your selling your epl5+14mm combo, I like to get your 14mm if you don't mind selling separately. I want to put it on my GF1 for casual-trip shooting. thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(bobds78 @ Mar 22 2017, 09:59 PM)
Wicked intentions ha ha.. devil.gif

Bro if your selling your epl5+14mm combo, I like to get your 14mm if you don't mind selling separately. I want to put it on my GF1 for casual-trip shooting. thumbup.gif
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sorry bro...no intention to let go 14mm for the moment laugh.gif

e-pl5 + 14mm is my poor man GR...lol
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QUOTE(Someonesim @ Mar 22 2017, 08:13 PM)
Got spoiled by olympus 5-axis IBIS for years, there's so much lesser chance to use tripod now. Last few occasion where I use monopod was just to reduce burden of large lens and long shooting hour.
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nowadays new pana user even got spoilt more leh...dual i.s, dfd, 4k photo, bla bla bla...
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olympus 45mm f/1.8 rm888 new

http://www.lazada.com.my/olympus-mzuiko-di...s-15968529.html

http://www.lazada.com.my/olympus-mzuiko-di...s-16429235.html

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QUOTE(pikkidok @ Mar 22 2017, 09:19 PM)
Where to buy lumix 20mm f1.7 best price?
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here?

http://www.lazada.com.my/panasonic-lumix-g...s-21786259.html
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QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 22 2017, 10:15 PM)
sorry bro...no intention to let go 14mm for the moment laugh.gif

e-pl5 + 14mm is my poor man GR...lol
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I thought so ha ha thumbup.gif


QUOTE(BOTAK_WAI @ Mar 22 2017, 10:34 PM)
Someone in this forum is selling here: 20/1.7
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QUOTE(pikkidok @ Mar 22 2017, 09:19 PM)
Where to buy lumix 20mm f1.7 best price?
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Someone selling here: 20/1.7
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