On 5/2/2020 11:27 AM, Ken Norton wrote:
Besides, you all are waiting with baited breath for some new images from me.
My eye can use a short rest every so often. :-)
That said, I remain convinced that the G9 is hands-down among the very
best cameras on the market today and the image-quality matches or
exceeds that of literally everything I've ever used in any format.
AFIKT, the imaging bits are the same in the GX9. I know, you don't want such an itty bitty camera. Still, when
researching my last big switch, I spent a lot of quality time with DPR's sample shots of their test target. I just
couldn't find any reason to prefer one or the other.
I know, it's just an artificial target. OTOH, it's about the only way to do serious, head-to-head comparisons. It does
have a wide array of components that show up various kinds of differences.
the default configurations (or near default), it handily beats the A7
II. But I know that when I really push the bits around, the A7 II will
come into its own. Especially for low-light exposures. But the
in-camera processing is MUCH MUCH MUCH better in the G9. Not even
You are back on the JPEG soapbox again?
N. J. Moose
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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