- Edit My Images
I can't believe that.. how "backwards" and unusual? Considering you can use an EF lens from the 80s (my canon 200 2.8) on a micro 4/3 with continuous AF (via adapter..)Didn't know about it and a quick google took me to a few threads on other forums like dpreview and apparently the 20mm is an old style of focusing motor which doesn't allow AFC?
But only AFS.
I'd never expected that, specially i grabbed the mkii which is a fairly recent lens.
How disappointing. I know the 20mm f1.7 is known for being a bit slow to focus but that seems extreme.Didn't know about it and a quick google took me to a few threads on other forums like dpreview and apparently the 20mm is an old style of focusing motor which doesn't allow AFC?
But only AFS.
Anything above, say 800 ISO, I tend to put through Denoise AI. (Keepers only!)Very clean for a cropped iso 2500 shot, Did you put it through topaz denoise AI too? I'm just playing with the free months of that software.
Do you denoise using the plugin or after export on the jpg.Anything above, say 800 ISO, I tend to put through Denoise AI. (Keepers only!)
I think it’s a terrific piece of software - as long as you don’t ‘overdo it’. I tend to do any sharpening in Lightroom, where I can use a brush.
Ah the GX9 was one I considered, I think it’s pretty much a GX80 with higher resolution sensor and a few extras, but it’s also nearly £200 more expensive.I have a GX9 which I think is fairly similar to GX80?
Nice camera for walkabout indeed. I mostly use prime lenses to keep size down. I love my 15mm 1.7 and 42,5 1.7 for 90% of photo. But I do have a llaowa 7.5mm f2 for astrophotography and a panasonic 100-400 for wildlife.
I have a 25mm 1.4 in the classify if you are interrested because I think I'm not a big 50mm fan. Well I like 50mm in a zoom but when it on a prime I find it a bit limiting.