Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Looking for some recommendations for a reasonably compact wide angle prime, primarily for landscape/travel photography. As much as I would love the Zeiss 16-35 f4, it's a little out of my budget, and I doubt I'll need that much coverage in the wider range (you're welcome prove me wrong though!). So far I'm getting the 55mm 1.8 and the standard kit zoom (28-70mm), but since this is my first foray into 35mm after owning a GH3, I'm most looking forward the world of wide angles. Worth noting is...
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I shoot at a maximum of ISO 800 , mostly with primes and an in my bag 14-140 zoom. I currently use the Olympus M5, even with a non-OEM grip I do not enjoy the handling of this camera. Also the ridiculous design of the eye cup guarantees it will be knocked off the camera in normal use. The EVF and IQ are outstanding, however the ergonomics just leaves me cold. I like the size and ergonomics of both the GH3 and G5/G6 models . I realize I will lose IBIS and high ISO quality  as well as weather...
Gene Kelly
By: Gene Kelly (4 days ago)
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Does anyone know how to delete unused wifi links? --G.Gene Kelly
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HELP! My wallet fell open and it can't get up! :-O :-) Last Sunday (12/7) my wife and I jumped BIG into DP with both feet and a good chunk of our wallet ($3,500)! Before our 7 day return window runs out please help us make sure what we got is a good value and will meet our needs and skill level for several years OR recommend alternate gear to better fit our scenarios :-). Many thanks in advance! Questions: What two cameras (for wife and I) + lenses + accessories do you recommend for a...
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I've obviously not used my new camera very much but just noticed the flash doesn't work in the above settings, only in the custom modes.  Am I missing something?
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By: Jason1500 (2 weeks ago)
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Panasonic said the GH4 was going to be a complement to the GH3 not a replacement now I know there no chance that a firmware upgrade will give GH3 users 4k but I'd really like a faster shutter speed. If the Fuji Xt1 can be upgraded from 1/4000 to 1/32000 then surely the GH3 can be bumped to 1/8000, yes?
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I've just got a new GH3, and am starting to look through the manual while the battery charges up. The handbook says that the card should be formatted before recording pictures.  I don't remember ever having to do this with my GH1 or G3 - i just inserted new cards, and everything worked fine.  Am i misunderstanding the handbook, or do I have to go through the formatting process in the GH3 with all the cards i've been using in the GH1 and G3?
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Aloha, I have a GH3 and GX7.  They both have Extended Optical Zoom (EOZ) or Extended Tele Converter (ETC); the GH3 won't shoot 1080p in this mode but the GX7, which uses a 1:1 sensor crop for ETC video, will. I tested the ETC/EOZ mode of the GX7 and found that it was actually slightly inferior to regular zoom in terms of image definition.  It appears that the down-sampling of the normal zoom is, in this sense, better.  (My test was to shoot the same scene at about 70mm with ETC, and again at...
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Hello! So...in case you cared, maybe you don't , but I went ahead and purchased the Panasonic GH3. I also bought 3 m42 prime lenses, with an adapter of course, a Vivitar 28mm/2.5 lens, a vivitar 135mm/2.8 lens, and a Pentax Asahi Super-Takumar 50mm/1.4 lens. Now I want to buy a camera bag that can fit all of these things, plus some room for accessories like lens maintenance, sd cards, batteries, charger, tripod, and my laptop with it's charger. The laptop is 14.6x10.1 inches. I'm looking for...
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Hi I'm looking for some advice.  I will be going to London next week to see England play against Samoa at Rugby. The kick is going to be very late and there isn't going to be any natural light. So it look like I will need to be using either fast primes or fast zooms. My question is can I get the subject in focus if he is far away and the lens is wide open?  The popular belief is to get a distant subject in focus, the lens need to be stopped down to either F16 or F22(Full Frame). Sadly due to...
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