Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1
Announced Nov 7, 2011 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Purchased a second hand Panasonic GX1 off eBay . Have tried three different memory cards to take pictures . When I try to load pictures into computer , I get the same message that there are no new pictures on the device . Even the in camera memory was declared full after I took two pictures and I would have to buy an HDMI cable to download these pictures . I only paid $128 US + shipping . Is there a reason the price was so low ?Panasonic site says that any Class 4 card will work in the...
When I can carry a backpack, I use a Panasonic G6 and a variety of lenses. When I want a pocketable camera, I carry a Panasonic LF1 or ZS40 (depending on whether I care more about image quality or zoom range). There is a gap in my equipment in that sometimes I can carry a camera that is not pocketable where I don't want anything even as heavy as a G6. My first thought was to get a Panasonic GM5 and pair it with a fast pancake, but the EVF on the GM5 is uncomfortably small. Then it occurred to...
Hi friends. I am on holiday in Krakow, Poland and while my wife was in the clothes stores I was wondering in a huge electronics store called (MediaMarkt). Since 2002, I alwayd had a digital camera in the powershot family, the last ones being the G12 and Gx1, mainly used for wild life and plant(& casually insect) photography, scientific images, travelling and family outings. For this reason the articulated screen is a must in my cameras. I am in Krakov (Poland) for these 3 days and the price...
A recent post originally concerning constant preview of EM5.2 at here had given rise to another question on the strange behavior of GX7. As per member Haslo's good information, I just realized that under M mode, if the shutter speed of GX7 would be anything above 1/1000", the Constant Preview (a function has to be activated by a fn key for the Dof effect, shutter speed effect and off respectively) as well as real time histogram would stay at the value of 1/1000", and it would not be...
Over the last 2 years or so I've been hiking and bicycle camping with a GX1, Oly 9/8 fisheye, Pana 20/1.7, and Sigma 60/2.8. At 700g or so I'm very happy with both weight of the kit and image quality. Although I always say I rather take some pictures I'm happy with than to be able to take lots of mediocre shots, the tele prime makes me long for something else. It often feels a little short and sometimes a little long, so I thought I could use a zoom. Thought long and hard about the new tiny...
Hello All, This is a question concerning SD Cards, Olympus firmware and non-Windows Operating Systems... I am the very lucky [and proud] owner of an OM-D EM-1 [and a GX1] and have just been trying to download some recent images from an SD card into my home network via my laptop. For this specific laptop, I have two hard drives, one being formatted with Windows 7, the other running an operating system called GNU/Linux, specifically, GNU/Linux Mint 17.1... [which, for those who may not know, is...
I recently purchased the Lumix LX100 and I would love some input to compare against my reaction. I already own a Lumix LX5 and a Lumix GX1 with the greatly improved LVF2. I was hoping to upgrade when I got the LX100. In many ways I prefer my GX1. So I am not an amateur, just naive about digital cameras. I chose the ones I own based on several things,mainly how it felt in my hands, traded off against a full frame DSLR type camera. I would like a camera capable of making a 20X24 print at 240...
I am looking to buy a new camera primarily for my wife and also for my occasional use My hands shake a lot and image stabilization is a big criteria for me. Also I would love to have manual zoom options which I can play around with. outdoors and zoom would be a plus but I am not sure if I can carry around huge lens for that purpose. I have a canon s3 IS and have rarely used it despite the fact that it takes good pictures and videos. My wife (primary user of the camera) could be taking lots of...