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    I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Not many of us DMC-L1 users post up on here but lets see if we can get a few pictures of the cameras up.

    Here's mine in walk about mode with the Olympus 25mm f2.8 pancake lens attached.

    It'll probably be all I take on holiday this year as I'm about to have an operation on my knee this afternoon so will want to be travelling fairly lightly.


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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Quote Originally Posted by pepper View Post
    Not many of us DMC-L1 users post up on here but lets see if we can get a few pictures of the cameras up.

    Here's mine in walk about mode with the Olympus 25mm f2.8 pancake lens attached.

    It'll probably be all I take on holiday this year as I'm about to have an operation on my knee this afternoon so will want to be travelling fairly lightly.

    Unfortunately L1s are quite rare. But I'd like to see more results from the L1 and the Leica version!

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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Its a great camera, but I'm a little torn as I inherited it from my Father along with another 150 or so cameras! It was the only digital camera he had though.

    Its a fantastic camera during daylight but at night I can't see a thing through the viewfinder, a flaw with the poro prism design I believe. I've built up a little collection of lenses and would love to be able to keep them and use them for the future.

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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    I also have an L1 body, a nice combo with 25mm f1.4 and 10-20 sigma.
    It lacks megapixels, but they don't rattle my cage particularly, high ISO performance not so good above 400.
    Erganomics are super, everything just where I want it - so easy to use, feels solid (it is) hate the light plasticky feel on most cameras.
    I aslo have the E-3, by far the better camera, but genuinely torn between the two when I have to choose which one to use.
    I have lots of photos from the L1 that I have as screen backgrounds on my PC, and defy anyone to tell what camera they were taken on megapixel wise (Pc has a 24" widescreen monitor).
    Now! while 7.5 mp might not cut the mustard for a pro, its more than enough for a 10 X 20 print.
    It's the subject/composition that counts, not the megapixels.

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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    I just got my DMC-L1 two weeks ago on E-Bay. It is in great condition. I liked the looks and feel of it.I have an Oly. 510 and all i needed was the body to use with my lenses.
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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Here is my very rare red dot version of the L1. Apparently the previous owner liked red dots. Since my first camera was a Leica IIIf I think this is kinda funny, and pro togs often do a double-take when they see it.

    BTW, I really like using the Panasonic Magnifying Eyecup #VYC0973 on it.

    Ted

    PS: In normal light the blacked-out LUMIX isn't very visible. (The flash made it more obvious than it really is.)
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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    well, i don't like to post my photos everywhere so most of them are here

    my L1


    for anyone that is wondering, that is a m42 pentacon 50/1.8

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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Thought I would add a couple of mine. Should have gotten the flash out, but I didn't

    'Salright, I think everyone can get the idea!.

    Here is the new one wearing the Leica D 14-150, next to my poor, non-functioning first L1.



    And I might be the only person that has used this lens with the L1







    I am curious about the "red dot" version, what's the story with that? I love my L1, if I get an E-5, I might sell the E-3, but I will never part with the L1.
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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Funnily enough that's about where I stand with my cameras, I would sell the E3 f I had too, but the L1 would not go anywhere!

    Which lens is that you have on there?

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    Re: I've not seen many posts on this part of the forum, lets see your DMC-L1s'

    Quote Originally Posted by pepper View Post
    Funnily enough that's about where I stand with my cameras, I would sell the E3 f I had too, but the L1 would not go anywhere!

    Which lens is that you have on there?
    That is the ZD 35-100 f/2
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