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09-24-2013, 12:17 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by crewl1 Quote
Good ideas. I will try higher ISO values next also.
I did run a comparison with the DA*300 at base ISO's -results were pretty similar.





Thanks for posting these, you are making it harder for me to resist the call of the Q7. If you want to compare the Q and Q7 using the DA*200, let me know. I'm looking at these right now on an older monitor at work that's not as good as my monitor at home, but on these I can see a fair amount of difference between the two using the Bigma, less using the DA*300. It seems like there's less CA with the Q7 - I've noticed the same adapted lenses on the Q have more than I was used to seeing on other cameras.

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Yes these tiny sensors are tough on lenses, every fault is magnified.
I will take you up on your DA*200 offer for our next meetup.
Hmmm maybe it is time to start planning.
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