Panasonic GH3 review published

Started Apr 15, 2013 | Discussions thread
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PC Wheeler
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Re: Fully agree, a very good review to help people decide.
In reply to Paul De Bra, Apr 16, 2013

Paul De Bra wrote:

it is now clear that when you want the best video with still good stills you should get the GH3 and when you want the best stills camera with still good video you should get the E-M5.

Unless you: a) Really dislike the handling of the E-M5 with long lenses; or b) Are baffled by Oly's approach to menus. Alas, I love the OM-D's jpegs but cannot abide a) and b). So I have the GH3 and really like it. Maybe someday I'll shoot videos

Heck, if it weren't for often using longer lenses like the 14-140 and the 100-300 (even the 35-100) my GX1 would probably do good enough for my still shooting. It is a fine digicam (and a bargain recently), but using long lenses on it is awkward, about like using the OM-D with such lenses sans the add-on handgrip.

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