Panasonic GM1 - Raw and jpg. samples

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I'm posting a lot on the GM1 because I may well not have it that long. As I write often m4/3 files are generally pretty similar no matter what camera is used. However, I thought it might be useful to provide some raw and jpg. samples so as you can see what it's capable of. There is a .zip file on Google Drive that you can download here. Referring to the screen grab at the top of the page, the ones in the blue rectangle are taken with the 12-32mm, the ones in the red rectangle with my Nikon Series E 100mm f/2.8. ISO's range from 200 to 800. The 12-32mm shots are at the 12mm and 32mm ends of the zoom and at three different apertures, including wide-open.

No real surprises here. It's what I would have expected. I shot these mainly to see if there was a compelling reason for me to keep the camera and while I like what I see with stills and video, I have the GX7 and I will be keeping to my original plan to keep the lens and sell the camera. 

(N.B. Now I should warn that you won't be able to select the point of focus or change the perspective, so this is REALLY old-school photography. So please try to keep your disappointment in check!!)

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