Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7

Announced Aug 1, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Anyone know if the 'Shutter Delay' option on the GX7 can be assigned to either one of the function buttons (hard or soft), or even put into the Q menu? So far, I've failed to find any way of activating this apart from actually going into the main menu. TIA. Ga.
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Please, have anyone experienced this problem? (see photos bellow) I bought a GX7 that came with the 14-45mm lens (H-FS1442A) and yesterday taking long exposure night pictures it produced strong flare in a way I had never seen to the point that the photo became useless. I had never seen such strong internal reflections... I had a Lumix G2 before, with its standard lens (H-FS014042E) and I had never experienced this problem in 99% of my photos. The very few times that happened, the problem was...
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By: Fred Bauer (1 day ago)
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After a successful shoot yesterday, this morning my GX7 was dead (would not come alive at all). Tried fully charged batteries, different cards. After an hour of trying this and that, it fired up, but without any response at the menu button. Can't get into menus, so can't do a reset. Anyone have suggestions for a reset, or where is the best out-of-warranty repair?
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I know how to use this on the E-M10 but, for the life of me, can't figure out how to use this on the GX7?  The 'advanced' manual mentions it but not where/how to use it. Can someone with better knowledge than me (most anybody, I'm sure), tell me how to use it? (I have it set as an Fn button on my E-M10 as I use it a bit.  But can't even find the setting to set it to an Fn button.) Thanks bunches. --Michael BowerAshburn, VA
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Hi all, I know you get a ton of "what camera should I buy" questions, and more. I've been reading for a few months off and on various questions and answers, but now it's my turn to add to the questions. I have a Canon SX40. It gives decent pictures, and the zoom can come in handy. However, I'm looking at upgrading, and while I've always wanted to try a DSLR, I think the size is just something I don't want to take on. We hope to have our first child within a year or so, and I want something...
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I have a GF1 and several lenses, but the 20/1.7 is by far the most used. This is not a bad thing in itself, the size of the lens is ideal, the focal length is a nice balance and it is really sharp, great for indoor use with my children. However, it is very frustrating because of it's limitations: slow and noisy AF and I get locked into the focal length. I have a love/hate relationship with it. Now I aim at upgrading for both video and photo, and want to free myself of the limitations of the...
mbower
By: mbower (1 week ago)
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I am seriously considering getting the Panasonic GX7 camera. I've seen without a lens as well as with the Panasonic 14-42 kit lens or the 20mm/1.7 lens. i currently have the Olympus 14-42 kit lens, the Olympus 14-42 pancake lens and the Olympus 17mm/1.7 lens. other than having a lens to put with the GX7 if I ever sell it, is there any value in getting the GX7 with either of the Panasonic kit lens? Your thoughts? --Michael BowerAshburn, VA
zthompson
By: zthompson (1 week ago)
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So I'm looking for a new camera (I currently have the Panasonic GF2) that I would use to study photography at university. I was mainly looking at the Olympus om-de-m10, the Lumix gf7  or to go for a DSLR like Canon EOS 70D. I mainly do street photography at the moment, however would be branching out to different genres in university so would like a camera that good all round. Another thing is that the universities have professional cameras to loan out, so I don't need an expensive...
johnho2008
By: johnho2008 (3 weeks ago)
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My wife and I attended the Four Freshmen Society convention and I shot a short video, When I opened the SD card in our laptop, the jpegs showed but I did not see the video file, yet when I reviewed the exposures while the card was in the GX7, the video appears. How do I get the video to copy to the laptop? Thanks, John
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Hi all! Long time lurker here ... ;-) I currently own a Pana DMC-G3 that I got for trips (I was tired of my Wife complaining about being "Head Sherpa In Charge of the 70-200 L-Series Lens" {Grin} (and sometimes the 24-70 L-Series!). Although I have to give it to her - she's fast with a lens cap, no sensor dust here, thank you. LOL Have a great collection of Canon glass that I'll be parting with soon. This M4/3 setup has won me over. All the goodness, none of the weight! I have it setup with...
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