Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by ok_computer, Sep 2, 2009.
http://dpreview.com/ for the details
same sensor as g1 = ep-1 kills it in low light too bad.
pretty cool little camera
i really like panasonic point and shoots
lookin forward to playing around with this one, anyway
this looks like it might be my first digital camera. it appeals to me more than the sonys do, even though i have plenty of a mount lenses.
it all depends on how easy it is to put in hyperfocal focus mode so i can take shots instantly
Youre saying this is worse than the Olympus? I havent bothered to read all the DPreview stuff and probably wont
i read the AF is slow on the olympus and its in need of a firmware upgrade.
also appears to have over heat issues?
Im saying low light performance the Oly will be better. I'd be stunned if Panasonic releases a camera worse than an Olympus camera, especially when they had a few more months to work on it. I'm just saying the sensor is old (DPR says it's the same sensor as the G1), and the EP-1 beats G1 at high ISO's.
Hopefully the LCD is better, it's not sluggish, the focus is faster.. we'll see. 20mm f1.7 is great
some shots here
many at high ISO
Those are EP-1 shots
planning on buying a panasonic pands in the next few months
I have an lx-3 and it's great. Super sharp for what it is, and wide too.
I agree that the EP-1 does work amazingly well at high ISO. The thing that would keep me from ever getting one is how slow it is though -.- Especially when you try out any of the 'Art' modes.
Yeah, when it's in the art mode it's truly un-useable. That's when I would really miss a VF.