Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7

Announced Aug 1, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: CBubolz343 (9 hours ago)
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I'm newish to photography and am looking to upgrade into one of these cameras. I like the features of both, but the lense price/selection for the A6000 is scaring me off vs the GX7. My main question is which is more fun to shoot with. I like taking pics of my 2 yr old daughter as well as landscapes and buildings here in NYC. I do want something to grow into and see where that'll take me with photography. thanks for any opinions! -C i posted his question in the Sony forum as well, but thought...
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It is possible to set AUT0 ISO or iISO in M mode on Panasonic GX7 ? Thanks
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I'm newish to photography and am looking to upgrade into one of these cameras.  I like the features of both, but the lense price/selection for the A6000 is scaring me off vs the GX7.  My main question is which is more fun to shoot with.  I like taking pics of my 2 yr old daughter as well as landscapes and buildings here in NYC.  I do want something to grow into and see where that'll take me with photography. thanks for any opinions! -C
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I am looking at the gx8 and em5 mark II. Currently I shoot on a gx7 with the evf set to 4:3 I know the gx7 magnification is 0.7x and the em5 mark 2 is 0.74, while the gx8 is 0.77x How big of a difference is this really? I know in 4:3 the gx7 one is smaller than 0.7x  can anyone that understands the sizes and how they relate to eachother tell how much extra surface are there really is between these evfs? It matters to me as I only use manual lenses and while I do fine on my gx7 a bigger evf...
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These two cameras fit within my $650 dollar budget, and they are not DSLR's, which i like. I had a DSLR before, and it was sometimes a pain to have with me while traveling and hiking because of the size. But i broke it a few years ago, now i want to get another camera but smaller. I also like having a EVF.  My budget is just for now, i understand i'd be getting a kit lens. But i will plan on buying some more lenses in the future.  Or are there any other camera suggestions? Thanks
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I'm interested in these two Panasonics. I have them compared side by side on paper, and some features appear to be relatively the same. Same MP, same Sensor size. Is one significantly better than the other, in picture quality, low light? I like shooting landscapes/nature, would one be better for that than the other? Both of these cameras fall within my budget, $600 to $650.  Thanks for any input
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I've just purchased a GX7 and want to get a couple of spare batteries for it but there's no way am I paying close to £50 each for genuine Panasonic.  Can anyone recommend a good third party battery? --If it moves shoot it ;-)eyespy.
FLICDORF
By: FLICDORF (3 weeks ago)
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I own a GX7, my first MFT camera and LOVE it as my carry around street photography camera for it's size and image quality. Replaces my old CONTAX G2 rangefinder film camera. I am a now semi-retired pro photographer after a 40 year career and have many other cameras and strobe kits. Dynalights for studio and Norman portable for exterior flash lighting. I NEVER liked on camera flash lighting. Anyway I got an assignment to shoot some portraits for a film magazine and thought I'd use my GX7 with...
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I have GX7 which has IBIS, I'm just wondering, if the camera take it into account when choosing the right aperture, shutter speed, ISO base on light meter or do I need to manually set them? For example, if I'm in P mode and without IBIS the camera sets SS to 1/600, F2.0 and ISO 400, if IBIS is on (let's say 1 stop), does it decrease ISO to 200 or do I have to take it into account and adjust settings accordingly? Sorry for this dumb question but I really don't have an idea as a...
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I know its not that bad but it absolutely annoys the crap out of me, on both my GX7 and GH2 (and probably all the rest of them) whenever I turn on the camera or switch from viewing an image, it wants to display the time and date rather than the shooting information! do people have a desperate need to know what day it is after viewing an image? I cant seem to find a way to disable it, does anyone know of a setting to turn it off? I know its not a big deal but it's just one of things that just...
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