peppermonkey

Lives in Canada Toronto/Ontario, Canada
Joined on Mar 21, 2007

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  • (By Leica, I'm talking about the Leica M's). Is the Epson R-D1 cheap looking? Those cameras don't hold a candle to modern m43 cameras from a feature perspective but are hellishly expensive and ...
  • Replied in Thanks...
    will have to give it a go. Might be useful. At least the Monochrome one anyhow.
  • for the answer to that as well. Never had problems with colour on my GX8 with Lightroom so it's not as if it's some colour problem fix...(well, guessing here...).
  • yourself? I don't have that camera so never looked into it, but can you not source the parts off the net (probably eBay?) and fix it yourself? I'll be doing something similar to a Pentax DSLR ...
  • Unless you make it upscale and drool worthy like a Leica or the Epson R-D1, there really isn't a market for such a camera. Sure, would love one (As a second body) but it would sell in too low a ...
  • Replied in Err...GF1? E-P1?
    Sorry, for us RAW shooters, there are buttons/knobs that are totally useless, added with the menus I would hardly consider the Pen-F a concise, efficient, simplified camera to use. Wonderful ...
  • I would be completed out of my mind, now, in my early 40's. Heck, I'll be in full blown dementia as a teenager. I sympathize your situation, I really do. I can't imagine what you are going through ...
  • Because unless that is know, we can't give you any real advice. If we are taking just all around, all purpose type of prime, generally (i.e. not everyone but seemingly most popular) something ...
  • So I have and am going through what you are. First and foremost, congrats! You'll be a complete and utter zombie for the first few months (or the next 20 years, debatable) but it's utterly worth it ...
  • To be fair to the OP, if the heat sink is working but it's cool to touch, I would think you can probably get a smaller heat sink made with better materials and be good enough (and still cool enough...

  • To be even fairer, considering the GF7 can only do 1080P at 60, you could get a GH2 used for about $200-250. Quite a bit smaller and cheaper than a used GH4. Bonus being it's even smaller than the...

  • For me in any case. Brought my camera in, and picked up a totally fixed camera three days later. No fuss, no problems. Mind you, I'm in Canada and live close to their repair facility so I am one ...
  • But the bag is dirt cheap so in the end you are still getting quite a bargain. And yeah, you'll need a rain guard if you are taking it out in bad weather.
  • Replied in Yes,
    Philippine Pesos. Unfortunately you'll have to ask about shipping costs to where ever you are. Still, considering the price of the bags, it's a bargain all told. I myself got the Harvey bag in ...
  • Replied in Your point?
    They just came out with the gx850 not long ago and still consistently produce the smallest M43 lenses. Again, I don't see what all the fuss is all about.
  • @ www.onabags.com And if those are too expensive, http://www.gouachebags.com I got the latter and had been great for me.
  • Replied in So what?
    Panasonic also makes the smallest M43 camera as well. I don't see what all the fuss is all about.
  • Well, lets be fair then... http://camerasize.com/compare/#491,692 or http://camerasize.com/compare/#491,202
  • Replied in Gotcha
    Ahh, got tripped up. I know you were making a play on words, but thought you actually meant something by saying "Two wongs do not make it right .sorry". Didn't think you were just saying it for ...
  • Best video camera beyond the GH series by far. Also had decent IBIS for video. There really isn't much to worry about mix and matching Oly/Pannu lenses and cameras. Yes, there are a very few ...
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