Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7

Announced Aug 1, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi everybody, Im currently looking for a good variable nd filter for my 20mm Panasonic lens, and I guess I'll use it on other lens when I add them to my collection.  I'm reading all sorts of reviews and my mind is blown..   I want this lens for longer shutter speeds and wider appitures for shooting moving water and sharp scenery on bright days.   My lens is 46mm so I guess I'll have to buy a step up ring to adapt.   I've read good reviews on the tiffen variable nd can anyone please help me...
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As title say... trying to decide for a first lens on my GX7...
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I often take photos in churches and at lectures, and need a totally quiet camera, even hearing about the ois whirring or noisy zoom could be a problem, so hope to get some help from anyone who has these cameras and listened to their sounds and lenses It seems that only the olympus e-m5ii and panasonic gx7 have a silent shutter mode, i would have been fine with the e-m10 or any other small ilc (i even considered the sony rx100iii yet fear to be too confined with that) The e-m5ii comes in a kit...
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I get very confused by some of the focusing actions on the GX7 perhaps someone can explain for me. I don't find the manual clear on this. I'm in single point and using the touch screen, I move my focus box around the screen & pinch it larger and smaller. During this process the box has four yellow outward point arrows on it's perimeter If I half press the shutter my yellow box is replaced by a white box with a blue plus sign in it, not necessarily in the middle. The blue plus sign is I assume...
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I am thinking about shutter shock with the 12-32 lens so I suppose the supplementary questions is oes the 12-32 lens suffer from shutter shock on the GX7? --Geoffrey HeardDown and out in Rabaul in the South Pacifichttp://rabaulpng.com/we-are-all-traveling-throug/i-waited-51-years-for-tavur.html
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Please help, travelling to Europe and need a lens that will function the best with the GX7. Is the GX7 IS good enough to use the Oly 12-40??
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Hi! Pretty New to the E-m5 and wonder if someone have a solution for this problem. What I want is this: Be able to (in movie mode) lock Aperture and Shutter and let ISO work in Auto. Unfortunately it seems that there is NO way to do this, really stupid in my opinion. If you have a manual lens you can just set it to S-mode and then auto-ISO works fine. But if you want to use M mode? I understand that M is made to let you lock all settings (incl. ISO). But there ought to be some way that you...
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Has anyone else had the following issue? This has happened to me with both a Panasonic GX7 and LX100 using the built-in time-lapse feature. I set the camera for 250 frames @ 1 second interval and the camera runs through the operation, counting down from 250 to zero as it goes. I can review the frames on the card (though because of the way the cameras display time-lapse frames, it's hard to check the number of frames). On checking the card on my computer at home, I find there are only about...
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I have the em5 and love it.  However, it doesn't do something that seems rather simple to me.  If the evf/screen is set to auto, then when in playback the evf cannot be used.  The review is only on the rear screen.  All other cameras that I am familiar with (nex 7, fuji x-t1, and the gx7) allow you to go back and forth between the evf and rear screen when in review mode. Does the em5 ii behaves in the same manner?  Most folks don't seem to mind this, but I do.  I simply want to be able to...
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