Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6

Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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gattomorbido
By: gattomorbido (1 week ago)
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Hi everyone. My first camera was a used Nikon D80 with 18-55 and 55-300 which I bought because was the best offer in shop... After one year I've bought a Canon SX230 HS (12mpx, 14x zoom, 1/2.3" bsi sensor) because i needed a great zoom in a compact body for my travels. Sometime ago i bought a Sony RX100 because my two cameras works bad in low light and are too slow with autofocus: its 20mpx, 1" sensor, 24-100 mm f 1,8-4,8 zoom and 6400 ISO (up to 25600) is so wonderful... Canon is a great...
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If I bought a Fuji X30s to replace the Nikon D60 that has traveled with me in my bicycle handlebar bag over the past 7 years, what would I regret?The main thing I have regretted ever since getting my D60 is a tilting viewfinder that would enable me to shoot photos at shoetop level again. I don't usually like to crawl on my stomach in roadside ditches to get the shot I want, so I just don't do it.Maybe colors of roadside greenery aren't quite as nice with the D60 as they were on my old Canon...
PhotographerMan338
By: PhotographerMan338 (3 weeks ago)
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I just ordered my new camera and I need to get a mouse for my photo editing PC where I will run Photoshop, Lightroom, and some other photo editing software. I know that gaming mice are the best for photo editing and graphical design (because of their precision and things like that) so I have narrowed down my options to the Logitech G502 (Wired) or the Logitech G602 (Wireless). The Logitech G502 is one of the most popular gaming mice and is a Amazon #1 Bestseller in PC Gaming Mice and Mac...
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Hi, I've spent the last hour trying in vain to activate the EXTRA TELE ZOOM function on my G6! I have tried to follow the (rather brief) instructions on pages 134 and 135 of the manual, but had no success. I would be really grateful if someone could give me some advice as I've probably overlooked something very obvious! Just to clarify: I'm not referring to digital zoom.  Thanks.
haroldeastman
By: haroldeastman (2 months ago)
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My G6 suddenly is refusing to turn on. I've tried attaching various lenses, setting various modes, exchanging batteries, but it remains stubbornly off. I'm pretty sure it's not a battery problem. I have two and have tried them both, fully charged. I suppose the charger could be defective, but I have no way to test this. The only other thing I can think of as a possible source of the problem is that I was making quite a lot of changes to the settings the day before this started happening....
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Bought the camera in Japan, knowing that it'll be a pain in case I need to claim warranty. Well, that happened :( Can anyone answer the following please? I have the warranty card, but I'm not sure if I can find the invoice. Normally one would expect the invoice to be required to prove the date of purchase, but from the website (through google translate) and the warranty card itself, it seems that I only need to fill in the merchant name and date of purchase (honor system?). So is the invoice...
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What Raynox super-macro lens is suitable to compliment my Olympus M.Zuiko 60mm for nature photography, mostly small invertebrates? And what, if any, additional items would I need in order to use it (e.g. rings)? Many thanks PS My camera is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6 -- Nullius in verba
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Both my Panasonic G6 and new GM1 shift color and exposure when I start recording video. The G6 is worse, but they both do it.  Has anyone else experienced this and are there any settings that would stop the shifting?
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I am thinking about shutter shock with the 12-32 lens so I suppose the supplementary questions is oes the 12-32 lens suffer from shutter shock on the GX7? --Geoffrey HeardDown and out in Rabaul in the South Pacifichttp://rabaulpng.com/we-are-all-traveling-throug/i-waited-51-years-for-tavur.html
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I have a Panasonic G6 that I purchased 16 months ago as an all round still/video camera. I love most things about it (size, features etc) however I have recently "caught" the "Aurora Australis (Southern lights)" bug and find the camera struggles with the dark areas in the night exposures (clouds/water become very grainy / muddy and not smooth) even when using an Olympus 17mm f/1.8 Lens to let as much light through as possible.  So my question is, when looking at the DXOMark low light...
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