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05-09-2013, 02:25 PM   #46
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See the manual, p. 101:
"4 Press the shutter release button halfway.
[The shaky hand symbol] appears on the monitor and the Shake Reduction function is activated."

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HDMI OUT pleaseeeeeeeeee.
AVCHD quality in darknes it's so bad
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Remote bracketing mode could be implemented fairly easily I would think, the Q has it why not the K-01?

USB to AV does show the live view, you need the USB lead with the yellow Phono plug, but it is just the <2Mp image from the screen you are looking at so don't expect too much.

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Towa : Yeah, I feel that too mate

Chris: Same video feed repeated from the screen to the Analog output you think?
Even if so, I'd happily loose both to have HDMI out with the overlay's switched off, preferably switchable like the current display is - plug in an external recorder like an Atomos Ninja with it's own LCD, and record to ProRes or the like.

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How 'bout adding ISO80 support?

I miss it for long exposure RAW night shots to which I apply heavy light fill & tone curve boost adjustments to the darks in Lightroom. The results are not as clean even @ ISO100 as they are to photos made at ISO80.

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One thing I would like is to be able to select the dark/bright area in liveview seperately, not both or nothing like now.
Being able to map on/off to a button would also be nice . (Turning dark/bright area on and off not the camera in case someone misunderstood) And the option to set it to light up all the time when enabled and not flashing like now.

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Full O-GPS1 functionality.

Astrotracer.

Also, visible audio level meters.

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The lack of a possibility to flip between zoomed-in images has to be seen as a bug and should be corrected, IMHO.
And one more thing, which goes for all models: Add the possibility to zoom in directly on the part of the image where the focusing has been set (not just the middle).

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I'd settle for a fix to the frame skip when zooming or panning .... surely a bug
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QuoteOriginally posted by m8o Quote
How 'bout adding ISO80 support?

I miss it for long exposure RAW night shots to which I apply heavy light fill & tone curve boost adjustments to the darks in Lightroom. The results are not as clean even @ ISO100 as they are to photos made at ISO80.
Using multi-exposure greatly help achieving what you are after. Better to take 7 shorter exposures, than one long one.
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While we're at it: The Auto ISO should be adjustable from both ends, not just the top. Otherwise the camera will mostly default to ISO 100 as soon as you put a flashgun on it and fire it up. Another way to achieve what I'm after: make the Program line adjustable like on the DSLR:s so you can assure that the shutter is speedy enough.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kameraten Quote
While we're at it: The Auto ISO should be adjustable from both ends, not just the top. Otherwise the camera will mostly default to ISO 100 as soon as you put a flashgun on it and fire it up. Another way to achieve what I'm after: make the Program line adjustable like on the DSLR:s so you can assure that the shutter is speedy enough.
Yeeeeeeesssss - this would be amazing. I'd just set it to base 200 or 400 ISO when going outdoors where sometimes the shadow regions cause my shutter speed to drop too low.
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Wow, you guys are really getting in to the spirit of this

I'll edit the original post again, m8o, lower ISO's would be cool, I've had the CHDK firmware added to a Ixus105 for a while, and the ability to customise the ISO up or down added quite a bit of flexibility for some experimental shots.

Hypernotactive: Separate activation of Bright and Dark, I'd overlooked that one, too used to just having Zebra at 70, 80, 90, 100 %,...

Kameraten: Adjust Auto ISO range from bottom, or top. Check!
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Actually lower ISO settings would be useful too, not just on this camera. ISO 25 would help when you are using studio flash systems where you cannot get the power low enough for the wide apertures you want to use in portraits. Owning, finding and fiddling with ND-filters is a pain, plus it often puts the AF as well as the manual focus in jeopardy.
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Keep it comming...I may end up buying The Brick..
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