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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1

Announced Oct 17, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi guys, Do any of you GM1/Gm5 owners have a tripod? If so which one, and what would you rate them as? I am currently researching for a good one and thought I'd ask if any of you kind people had one. Cheers.
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Over the past few months, I have been enjoying my entry into Micro 4/3 with the GM1. I was looking for a suitably compact camera with good image quality, and this has ticked all the boxes and more. I have my basic zoom (the 12-32mm kit), my fast prime (Olympus 25mm f/1.8) and my toy (9mm body cap). Now I want to round out with a telephoto zoom. I was hoping to look for advice. I want to stick with Panasonic, to get OIS. I am debating between the 35-100 f/4-5.6, the 45-150 f/4-5.6 and the...
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Hello all. I've had my eye on the EM1 for a while now and decided to rent one from LensRentals this weekend as there's nowhere in Montana I'm able to try one. So far I'm loving it compared to my old GH1 but there's one glaring issue I cant figure out. I'm looking at the LCD or through the viewfinder and nothing is sharp. Just a soft view of what I'm framing with some razor sharp menu info overlaid.  The camera confirms focus lock then snaps a picture, I hit review to pull up the image and WOW...
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I recently noticed, that the life preview image on my GM1 shows me a 16:9 aspect ratio. The recorded image, however is 4:3. It makes composition quite difficult sometimes.  Is this the default behaviour and I just didn't notice it before or did I change some setting inadvertently? I couldn' find anything in th manual. The only references to aspect ratio are those concerning the recorded image, not the live preview.
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Hi everyone,  I'm going to India this December (it will be Winter there) for 3 weeks in a school trip and looking to buy a camera for it. I am looking for something very small yet with great image quality and a large sensor. It doesn't need lots of professional features as I will mainly be using it to vlog and take pictures of my friends etc. Also I may go awhile without battery when trekking etc so preferable one with a good battery life. I am aiming for it to be under $550. I know this is a...
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By: Peter Bendheim (2 months ago)
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I did a forum search and couldn't find anything but BH has it listed as discontinued and Panasonic.jp has a red asterisk next to it so anyone know? Sad if it is. Not redundant by a long measure. --Peter Bendheimwww.peterbendheim.competerbendheim.tumblr.com
leew8948
By: leew8948 (2 months ago)
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Hello cant seem to find the answer but does the gf7 have the same sensor as the gm1 can someone tell me, many thanks lw
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Next week I will be doing a cycle ride in a forest well known for it sightseeing, history and activities. Hence why I'm doing a cycle ride with some family members.  My first intinct is to take the GM1 with me because it designed for traveling light. I would also take both the 12-32mm and the 45-150mm. Partly because they are compact aswell but also because I wouldn't care as much if they get damage simply I don't use them much.  This got me thinking because the GH3 is my spare primary...
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Hi, I own a Lumix 12-32mm kit and I use with my GF1. I found that the is a visually significant distortion at 12mm. My question is: a. Is this distortion corrected internally in the Lumix cameras like GM1 and GM5? b. If (a) is true then is there a firmware upgrade on GF1 to correct this distortion? I suspect     not. Any one can answer question (a) I would appreciate it? Thanks in advance.
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Nowadays even the smallest camera is capable of so much, it's hard to make the decision on which camera to buy or which camera to keep because they are all so good! I currently have an EM1 for sports and wild life and an EP5 for everyday light weight general purpose use. My wife has a GM1 so we can share lenses with each other. Now that my wife got the new fancy iPhone 6, she pretty much left the GM1 in the dry cabinet ever since. She said I could use it and I did, a lot, because it's so...
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