Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2

Announced Nov 4, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi fellows... i have the occasion to travel to Penang next week.  Need some shopping tips. For Pentax stuff. Any advise is welcome :-) . Thanks in advance. --;-) rgrds. Henk (K-01, K20D&DBG-2, GF2+14042X & LBA).
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in 2015 ...  --;-) rgrds. Henk (K-01, K20D&DBG-2, GF2+14042X & LBA).
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Hi. I purchased a used gf2 and no cables came with the body. I need the USB cable (I believe K1HY14YY0008). I don't want to buy through Panasonic to avoid using my credit card. Do I want the cable that goes to the hdmi port or the AV out port? The manual shows AV port for connection to a TV, so I'd guess the hdmi cable goes to the computer's USB. However looking for it on amazon, the pictures of the products are confusing. One seller shows a cable that looks like it fits the AV port, and has...
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Hi guys! I am new to all this so please bear with me. Anyway, I am looking for a good but affordable lense to go with my GF2. To be specific, I am looking for a lense for bokeh shots. I am considering getting the canon 50mm f1.8. Is this the right choice? and does anyone know if the lense is compatible with my GF2? Looking forward to your replies. Thank you!
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Has anyone had experience taking apart a GF2 body and/or replacing the LCD of said camera body? My GF2 screen stopped working and I picked up a replacement LCD screen but having problems with taking the GF2 body apart.  I've taken out all the screws on the back and sides of the body.  The bottom and sides of the body can be pulled apart but the top portion wont come apart.  I've looked pretty hard but can't find additional screws.  I suspect it has something to do with the hot shoe...
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Hi, I am currently a Lumix GF2 owner and am keen to upgrade however want an M43 camera that can film and continuos autofocus while filming similar to a camcorder.  The GX7 with it's 20MM (II) kit lens seems to do this very well. http://vimeo.com/74527984 The G6 and GH3 both seem to have impressive video features, however are a little larger than I would like. I also own a canon 550D so am really looking for something closer in size to my GF2. My lens of choice is a Panny 25MM F1.4, I'm...
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My kid (6th grader) is interested in learning photography. I have E 420 and GF2 lying around (almost never used), and plan to get prime lens for whichever one we decide. Issue is I am not sure which is better. The purpose is to shoot nature, and some portraits.  Suggestion is much appreciated.
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I've been into photography for a few years now, but I haven't done much flash photography. Now that I have a GH4, I want to try it. I know next to nothing about flashes other than that every time I try to use the in-camera flash it makes the shot look awful. I was able to get a few good looking flash shots with my GF2 because I could articulate the flash to bounce it off the ceiling. The GH4 flash only points straight ahead, and I haven't had any good results using it. I don't want to spend a...
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While I am struggling with selling my OM-D E-M5, I don't really know how to build up my m43 kit, and would like to ask for your opinion. Right now I have a Panasonic GF2 which was my first, beloved m43 gear, and I bought it again after I found out that I can't live with the E-M5. However, I would like to have a Panasonic body which is more up to date than my slightly restricted GF2. I saw that used GH2 is a bargain nowdays, but I am also tempted to the new GX7, which is obviously much more...
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Hi, I have a GH1 body with these lenses: m43: Panny 14-140mm f/4-5.6, Panny 20mm f/1.7 FD: Elicar 35mm f/2.8, Canon 50mm f/1.8 Universal-to-FD: Soligor 90-210mm f/4 C-Mount: 24mm f/1.4. I'm thinking of picking up a smaller body to be used with the primes, especially the 20mm, so that I actually bring out the camera more often rather than anything else. I do not care about high ISO performance, the highest I ever go is ISO 400, usually ISO-100. Cost being an issue, I am thinking of picking up...
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