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My little C-Lux takes super macro-type shots. Bearing in mind this is hand held and shot in Program mode I am quite satisfied.

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Finsbury Pavement from The Barbican, London

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Don't often photograph my run of the mill (commutacar/shopping trolley) but I couldn't resist this of the MiTo at Prescott yesterday:

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f5.6, 1/160s, ISO 80

(Yes, I missed a few bits when giving it a quick wash a few weeks ago! :) ).

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St. Andrews, Castle

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Somewhere in the Highlands & Falls of Dochart

 

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Beautiful Railway Bridge of the Silv’ry Tay!

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Sally and I took a trip to Dyrham Park today.  Sadly the deer are no more due to bovine TB.  St Peter's church to the left.

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f5.6, 1/500s, ISO 80

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And I've just discovered what appears to be a large sensor dust spot on one of the other photos taken on Saturday, so waiting for a response from Ace Camera Repair.

Only appears in photos which is a little confusing considering I can't see it on the EVF.  Changed memory cards just in case, but that makes no difference.

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As I browse through these excellent pictures is there any way I can access the meta data to see camera settings which produced the shots?

I have to admit that I do not record such information but my C-Lux has it there by image  if I want to look, so I just wondered if there is any way to "get behind" images by others posted here.

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1 hour ago, leica dream said:

As I browse through these excellent pictures is there any way I can access the meta data to see camera settings which produced the shots?

It depends how each pictures is saved after post-processing.  For example, if it is saved in Photoshop's 'Save for Web' function then no EXIF data is retained but if the 'Save As' function is used then the EXIF data is retained.  But some photogs use other software packages to modify or delete some or all of the EXIF data for various purposes.

Pete.

(PS, btw, you're still calling your camera a C-Lux when you've already told us it's a C Typ 112.)

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11 hours ago, Keith (M) said:

 BTW, do you make very frequent use of the zoom function?   

Frequent use?  No not really.  One reason being the Panasonic tendency to require regular cleaning of the zoom switch, which can become intermittent.

Pete: leica dream will get it eventually! :)

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Pete

Apologies for my senile mistakes. Just to make sure exactly what I have, I have re-read the instruction manual  AND got a magnifier to read the physical label on the camera to confirm it is a LEICA C (TYPE 112) serial 4762453. 

Wrists duly slapped and hopefully my personal brain cells have been adjusted accordingly for future reference.

I am always grateful for corrections.

Richard

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