FrankS009: My photo was disqualified because the pilot, pictured loading the plane herself with supplies for delivery to a remote location, did not wear a uniform. Bush pilots seldom do, especially in the heat of July. The pilot pictured is also owner of the freight company to whom the Beaver belongs.
As for the crew not being the central focus, I think loading the plane is a story that includes both crew and aircraft.
Thank you for withdrawing it. I could not find a means of doing that myself.F.
Please withdraw it.F.
There are some wonderful images in the challenge.
There was nothing to say she wasn't a pilot either. A pilot without regalia is still a pilot. No, at this point I am happy that the photo is not in the challenge. F.
Disagree with your points 1 and 3 that are concerned with composition. Point 2 is irrelevant - an unidentified pilot is still the pilot.
Good luck with the challenge.
My photo was disqualified because the pilot, pictured loading the plane herself with supplies for delivery to a remote location, did not wear a uniform. Bush pilots seldom do, especially in the heat of July. The pilot pictured is also owner of the freight company to whom the Beaver belongs.
This doesn't look like a bad camera, at a good size. I wish it had GM5 EVF and controls, but then it would fill a different niche.F.
Monvieux: I have no particular affinity for one brand over another although Canon, Nikon, Sony and perhaps Olympus and FujiFilm are the ones I would focus on. It is whomever makes a solid, reliable product for the specs I want. I like the concept of the camera but extra $$ for a viewfinder and a limited range of lens rules this model out for me. I'll wait for the Sony Alpha 7000 or other. Keep it out of NA where camera users may be more critical/insightful and perhaps less committed to a brand. Sites like DPreview do make me think broader than brand.
Don't forget Panasonic when you think of solid and reliable. And IQ as well.
Find myself more and more looking forward to a LX100 style "GX100" exchangeable lens camera between the GX7 and the GM5 in size. F.
Hard for some to admit the revolution being led by big electronics companies like Panasonic, Sony, and Samsung rather than the old brands. Good to have competition among mirrorless cameras, and the BSI sensor is an advance that Panasonic and Sony will have to match in their own ways.F.
With respect, and having enjoyed her review in a number of ways, I still think Allison needs to provide us with her criteria for labelling the GM5 sensor as "dated." Many here and elsewhere (eg the m4/3rds forum) have rushed to surmise what they think she means, but it is better to give her the chance to tell us herself. I hope she does that.
FrankS009: The comment about the GM5 sensor being "dated" frankly confuses me. What is the criteria being used? Date of introduction? Number of megapixels? ISO performance?F.
Should be "what ARE the criteria." My bad grammar. But please tell us!F.
The comment about the GM5 sensor being "dated" frankly confuses me. What is the criteria being used? Date of introduction? Number of megapixels? ISO performance?F.
This is a nice camera at the entry level, but why does it make me feel that there is a LX100 style (and controlled) body with interchangeable lens capacity coming down the pipe? F.
Cathy2015: Hi, I am planning a trip on January 12th and I don't know what I should use as a camera for the trip: my good old Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5 or my new iPhone 6 plus. Even though the iPhone 6 plus is much newer, it seems to me that the good old Lumix is still a better camera.
What would you use as your camera for great pictyres if you were me: the iPhone 6 plus or the Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ5?
I really have no clue about cameras and I have no idea what all the spec mean :(
I'd appreciate some opinions (please).
Yes, I was responding to you, thinking I was responding to Cathy.
It was your trip I was referring to. But for my trips , I use my phone for phoning and my small micro four-thirds camera (Panasonic GM5 or my old Panasonic GF1 with a 20mm pancake lens) for picture taking. Thy give excellent image quality - for all practical purposes as good as the big heavy Canons and Nikons and they also fit in a jacket pocket. Your TZ5 is even smaller. A very good point and shoot camera.
You asked about the kinds of trips I take - a trip to the east coast by train, by car exploring the Canadian mid -north and Michigan's UP, by bus where trains and airlines don't go.
Len_Gee: Where can i get one with the orange leather?
There is a red one, but no orange GM5.F.
I don't seen anyone having replied to your post. I don't use my cell phone camera virtually at all, but I used to own a TZ5 until it was stolen. I am not sure how the purely technical comparisons might be between the two, but the Panasonic does have a dedicated shutter button, and I like the photos that I took with mine a lot before I moved to a Panasonic Micro-4/3rds camera after the theft. My suggestion might be to take both on your trip, and have both handy. See which one feels more comfortable for you in hand for picture taking. A camera that you feel comfortable with is more likely to take better photos apart from technical differences
Enjoying these photos - a pretty model.F.
FrankS009: Supports Panasonic GM5?
Thanks. Yep I missed the list. But the GM5 is missing from it.