There was a post on the 1/72 - 20mm fantasy miniature group on Google+ about how some miniatures that Splintered Light had recently acquired measured up to the 1/72 plastics currently available.
Since I have some other Splintered Light minis, I thought I'd show what I have.
For scale I have included an IMEX American GI who stands almost exactly 25mm tall. Next to him is the familiar Fladnag, the Wizard from the Caeser Adventurers set. I have placed them all on washers to start at the same zero.
|DRRE07 Rat Warriors 1|
|DRRE08 Rat Warriors 2|
|DRRE12 Rat Slings|
|DRRE16 Rat Command|
Next were the Beastmen from the 20mm Fantasy range. The Beastlands Skimisher Pack.
|4 missle and 2 infantry|
|2 minotaurs, 3 command and 1 infantry|
Next up are the lizard men. Also from the 20mm fantasy range. First up the Lizardman Boxed Set.
|Archer, 3 infantry, 2 lizard beasts|
|6 Lizard cavalry|
Just a note about how these were photographed.
I used my Nikon D5100 with the 18-55mm lens, tethered to my Surface Pro2 and controlled completely using Digcamcontrol. It's totally free and worked immediately after I installed it. It recognized the camera and showed all its settings, which were: A(perture priority) | E(xposure) 1s(ec) | F16 | ISO 100 | EV 0 | 22.0 mm.
The last part, telling me exactly how large I had manually zoomed with the lens is nice. It also noted my White Balance setting, I used Incandescent again as I like how the colors look.
It worked fine for out of the box. I was able to use live view and trigger the shutter through the tablet. I wish I could enlarge the view and the output. I was pretty sure everything was in focus, but on the camera itself I usually zoom in to make sure all the areas I want are in focus. The main thing I don't understand right now is if the pictures ever reside on the camera or not. At the end of the session I hit the download button and did not check the erase from camera box. When i checked the camera there were no photos on it. The downloaded ones had been saved to a folder called default in the Pictures folder. I was relieved to not have a struggle to ind them. So I'd give it a thumbs up. Especially if you have misplaced your infrared remote like I have.
Hope all this was useful to you.