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F1 F9 Macro Redone Final.14


Great review Robin.Did you have a chance to test out the focus bracketing or aperture bracketing? Based on your jpeg comments I would not be surprised if you skipped the 6k post focus stack feature, as that is jpeg only. But I am curious about focus bracketing, especially for macro with the 60mm. Olympus has it but seems to be limited to only specific lenses. From what I can make out from the Panasonic manual these features should work for any AF lens.Thanks, David




F1 F9 Macro Redone Final.14


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Thanks for the kind words. For Olympus (I am most experienced using their system), when half-pressing the shutter button to lock focus/exposure, the aperture is not stopped down to the exact aperture value. I believe it is somewhere F2.8 to F4 for preview purposes. You can have full depth of field preview when you engage DOF preview instead.However, for Panasonic, I am still unsure with this, as I have only used the Panasonic G9 once for macro shooting, and never really did much with their previous cameras that I had the chance to use.


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