Panasonic Lumix GH6 High-Resolution Images

During a break in the never-ending chain of atmospheric river events, I managed to get out for a couple of hours and do some tests with my new Lumix GH6 camera.  

One of the interesting features of this camera is its hand-held high resolution mode, which creates a 100-megapixel file by combining a series of hand-held photos.  An image with so many pixels allows for considerable cropping without losing too much detail; the following image is slightly less than half of the original capture when cropped to a panoramic format that better suits the subject, and should print nicely at 48 x 18 inches.



Entrance Island





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