Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/04/27

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From: luisripoll at (Luis Ripoll)
Date: Sun Apr 27 12:14:49 2008
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Very nice picture!

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[] En nombre de
Victor Rubin
Enviado el: domingo, 27 de abril de 2008 5:03
Para: lug

Hi All:
Protracted absences have regrettably become the rule rather than the
exception for me. Still when I have a good image experience I want to share.
As you all know I have gone down the  path of the p/s  digicams trying to
get something that will perform in such a way as to make me happy. I was
going thru some old shots the other day and found one (which I posted eons
ago) and was actually taken the very first day I used my very first digital-
a Digilux 1. I remember that this was a digicam with zero shutter lag- but
unfortunately too much noise above 200 ISO. However,  that particular shot
of 2 children- made me feel a seamless switch from film to digital. When I
started buying Canons later I for the first time learned about lag time. In
any event- I went to the closet- dusted off the digilux- charged it up and
went shooting. Spring in Central Park, New York- gave me this image. The
original before cropping was 31X23 inches in size. After cropping 23X23. Now
mind you this is with 4 megapixels- I keep asking myself. Why did I leave
the Digilux 1? In any event- I have packed away the G9. Bests: vroger

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