Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF6
Announced Apr 9, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello, I have just sold my Canon T2i, and I'm waiting for my Lumix GF6 with 14-42mm PZ lens kit to be delivered. I am looking for the smallest possible bag that would fit this kit, a 45-175mm PZ, a 45mm f2.8 (if possible), one extra battery, wallet, passport, and most importantly an iPad mini in a Apple Smart Case. I am especially looking for something that doesn't look like a camera bag, as I will carry this thing with me all the time. Would the F-5XA be able to fit these things (most...
I've just bought a Lumix GF6 and so far I'm pleased with the purchase. However, I've been totally unable to connect it to my MacBook over my wireless network. The manual is pretty poor on the subject so I wondered if anyone could point me to any online resources or tutorials that might help. Just to let you know how far I've managed to get: I've confirmed that my Mac Network settings and GF6 are configured for the same workgroup. I've shared a folder on the Mac. The GF6 sees my router OK. It...
Hello! This is my first post to the forums so please be gentle! I recently sold my Canon T2i with the idea of trying my hand with a M 4/3 camera. I was initially drawn to the small size of the cameras offered since I tended to leave my T2i at home instead of lugging it around. I would like a camera that is small enough to carry all of the time and have as many of the features as possible as my T2i. I shoot mostly family and vacation photos and also shoot some video. I shoot mostly JPEG but...
Just learned I'm heading to Tokyo in 12 days... which would give me the opportunity to buy the new Panasonic GF6. (I have an LX7 that I'll be taking with me and possibly my heavier Canon 60D). Without any real reviews of the GF6, part of me wants to buy and use the camera on my trip to Tokyo and other places in Japan. But.... how do I deal with menus on camera, etc etc. Thanks for all advice ... Bohdan