And you're right that I didn't get the memo about the impossibility of shooting in low light. This shot has almost no light - some ambient from the carnival, and a couple of strobes on stage that the band brought with them. The stage was fairly far out from the carnival itself, so any shot with any camera is going to be a challenge. And the band was moving around on staging, so I had to shoot with shutter priority in an attempt to reduce motion blur. Not a total success, but that's more my fault and the lighting conditions (which would be a challenge for any camera),
Hello iam very interested in Xvario as it could be Digilux2 of this decade.
Which Iso, shutter.
Was software imagestabilisation turned off (turn on is camera takes two shots)
How many shots did you take, how many were blurred and how many were discarded.
Would you have the time to photograph say dusk evening street, dusk evening inside a bar, peoples natural motions,
noting iso, shutter, number of photos non blurred vs blurred.
Edited by onceuponatime, 17 June 2013 - 13:34.