GXR S10 vs. GRDIII and GXR A12 vs. Panasonic GF1 (ISO test)

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Re: GXR S10 vs. GRDIII and GXR A12 vs. Panasonic GF1 (ISO test)

Postby clint12 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 3:41 pm

this was great thanks for taking the time to post this
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Re: GXR S10 vs. GRDIII and GXR A12 vs. Panasonic GF1 (ISO test)

Postby JRS11 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 4:00 pm

JRS11 wrote:I have been playing with both the A10 module and the GRDlll as trial cameras. I have no definitive yes or no's, sometmes (most times) the GRD image at low iso's looks just cleaner, a statement I made about the S10 a few days ago but now I have more images to go by, the S10 still looks great but being that I do not go over 28mm often if ever I am on the fence with a few days left on my trial. No an easy choice if price is not a concern. The GXR feels great in my hands, the GRDlll does as well but I prefer the feel of the GXR (never thought I would say that) but so far mostly prefer the images of the GRD...so I have to hope for good weather and more things to take pictures of. The A12 is very nice but not for me right now, but if I buy the GXR I may be tembed to buy both modules.


I ended up buying the GXR system, S10 and A12 and a couple month later the GRDlll and have no regrets about any of these purchases. The GRD is perfect when I want a smaller camera, no bag, and just be able to snap shots...the GXR excels at many things, the A12 is it's biggest strength but I fell the macro has hurt the lens with speed of focus. The S10 is a great unit that I use at least if not more than half of the time on the GXR, and I have found I am using the zoom. If the P-10 had a bit larger sensor I would be more tempted but as it is I am fine for now with what I have.
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Re: GXR S10 vs. GRDIII and GXR A12 vs. Panasonic GF1 (ISO test)

Postby barjohn » Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:57 am

My S10 module and LC2 lens cap is for sale in the For Sale section. Hopefully one of you can use it. It is like new in the box.
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