Bill you make my eyes water - and me just up to a pretty spreadsheet. ... (smile)
I was hoping that my little effort would set GRDIII users on fire but I am grateful for small encouragements. A similar set of posting on the Ricoh forum of dpreview has just about scrolled out of sight. Seems that it is a bit of a yawn over there. Real GRD users just create their own in a couple of minutes us slower witted ones need to 'do' a spreadsheet and get all cerebral about it (and plod along).
In reality many will just look and not comment (I am not looking for sycophantic praise - just an indication that I have not been wasting my time) Present company is excepted of course.
On the other hand it is a bit early and many GRDIII users might not have deeply delved into the Box settings as of yet - maybe they think that they are for pansy's ... and real GRDIII users just show a gritted jaw and twist the dials at the very moment they need to change settings with a dextrous snap of the fingers and a devil may care look in their eye ...
I am sorry that I have not reached the GRDIII doctorate of nirvana just yet - I need all the help I can get to fumble around my camera just hoping that I can get it right - well, next time perhaps.
One would have thought that all those experts moaning and groaning abut noise and lack of IQ in small sensors would be trying to get every help from the GRDIII's impeccable level of control and its great fast lens - ah but they would not own a GRDIII would they? So where are those GRDIII people that want to wring that extra gram of performance?
Oh but it is early days of yet - the word has not got around, surely there will be more movement at the station when Clancy gets his show? (Secret code known only to Australians - grin).
I am really not complaining it is only my perverse sense of humour ....