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1  Mike's Software / Qimage Studio Edition / Panasonic G1 RAW in QStudio on: September 07, 2009, 02:26:39 PM
Hi All:

I'm on the road, gathering RAW images with my Panasonic G1 camera, and cannot seem to bring them up in QStudio.  What in the WORLD am I doing wrong?

Jack Winberg
2  Technical Discussions / Computer Software / Re: Colour Gamut Visualisation on: July 01, 2009, 01:37:40 PM
Wow, Terry:

I just saw and downloaded this gem of a software, and am really grateful!

THANKS........ Jack Winberg
3  Technical Discussions / Cameras / Re: Panasonic G1 on: June 11, 2009, 01:56:28 PM
Mike:

Whew, I'm delighted to get that simple solution, and relieved that it puzzled you also.  I felt like a dunce!

Jack

Mike, I'm delighted that you are enthused about the G1, I JUST got one, and it seems like a real gem.  Now I'm puzzled about how to get a single focus and exposure area in the center while still retaining the usual functions of the rear dial.  It seems to revert to moving the focus area, and that is most annoying.

Anybody?

Jack

That one got me too and took me a while to figure out.  The camera has such an abundance of functions that the controls can be a little quirky at times.  Click the menu button, go to the "Custom" set of menus, locate "Direct Area AF" and turn it off.  As long as it's on, the focus area is controlled directly by the arrow keys.  As soon as you turn it off, the functions (ISO, WB, etc.) come back.

Mike
4  Technical Discussions / Cameras / Re: Panasonic G1 on: May 29, 2009, 02:47:01 PM
Mike, I'm delighted that you are enthused about the G1, I JUST got one, and it seems like a real gem.  Now I'm puzzled about how to get a single focus and exposure area in the center while still retaining the usual functions of the rear dial.  It seems to revert to moving the focus area, and that is most annoying.

Anybody?

Jack
5  Technical Discussions / Cameras / Panasonic G1 on: May 28, 2009, 12:58:35 PM
Hi:

I wonder if anyone has a G1 camera, and would share impressions of it's speed, image quality, and general handling characteristics?  Seems like it ight make a great travel machine.

Jack Winberg
6  Technical Discussions / Articles / Re: May 2009: Micro Four Thirds: Evolution of the dSLR? on: May 28, 2009, 12:51:42 PM
Hi Mike:

Great article, and congratulations on the new "Tech Corner".  Only problem for me is that I could become addicted.   Smiley

Mike, have you had a chance to get your hands on a G1 yet?  For me a great travel machine, even with it's very limited lens availability at the moment.

Jack Winberg
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