See previous post - HERE
So in answer to the original question "Can jpgs, deliver quality images?" the answer is, as far as I'm concerned, Yes, but with reservations and under certain specific conditions, but Raw file conversion will always offer more possibilities and from my experience consistently better quality. And that applies to every camera I've ever used, not just the GH3.
Finally I thought I'd take some time to say how much I enjoyed using the GH3 and 75mm lens. Above all it was a pleasure to get out of the door into the fresh air and take advantage of that rare commodity in the UK recently - sunshine. Looking out of my window this morning the snow has finally gone and there is the promise of a sunny and warmer day in the forecast.
The 75mm lens is a superb lens even at wide apertures and I've seen a few reviews recently that agree with me that this is probably the best m4/3 lens ever in terms of sharpness. The GH3 is also very nice to use and though I took another lens with me, I used the 75mm exclusively. Top class results from this combination and very sharp of course.
Today I thought I might try the 35-100mm f/2.8 to see how it compares. My tests indicated that it was very close to the 75mm, so it will be interesting to see what I get.
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