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Digitall: Expensive. M4/3 at DSLR prices or more..., nice motivation for who think that going to m4/3 would be "cheaper". The new AF-S Nikkor 85mm 1.8G is about $400 less. Just an idea.

the 75mm in m4/3 is equivilent to 150mm, so your off a bit.

Nikon 135mm f2 is $1200. There's a nikon 180mm f2.8 around $800, but not comparable as it's a stop slower.

Now the 75mm 1.8 is looking pretty reasonable, if not a bargin.

Link | Posted on May 24, 2012 at 18:06 UTC
On Challenge:6738 (7 comments in total)

I love this! My grandfather wrote a book on outhouses! "The Unflushables: Outhouse, History and Humor".

Posted on May 11, 2012 at 17:09 UTC as 3rd comment
On article Mirrorless Roundup 2011 (426 comments in total)
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keepreal: One or two comments suggest this article is useful as a guide to buyers for Christmas. I presume they mean Christmas 2012 because nobody in their right mind would rush into a purchase and hand over a sizeable amount of money in such a rush for this year. Would they?

So, everyone, have a very good festive season and don't act in haste and regret at leisure. Better still if you take your photography seriously, abandon the idea of a mirrorless camera altogether until there is one that is serious and sensibly priced.

I should like so long, already!

don't be a <passive aggressive> hater.... btw Happy Holidays!!

Link | Posted on Dec 20, 2011 at 15:19 UTC
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M Aryan: Am I right? Is this camera competing against Sony NEX-5N with about same size and megapixel senor BUT has:
1. APS-C size sensor (micro 4/3 for GX1)
2. ISO range of 100-25600 (160-12800 for GX1) with really low noise and very good detail on ISO 1600 and above
3. Tilt touch LCD (Fix On GX1)
4. 920,000 Pix True black or whatever (460,000 on GX1)
5. 1080 60p (1080 60i on GX1)
6. Build in EyeFi Compatibility (No on GX1)
7. 12 m build in flash range (7.6 m on GX1)
8. 10 fps full resolution continuous shooting (4.2 fps on GX1)
9. Optional OLED EVF with 2.4 megapixel (1.4 Megapixel LCD on GX1)
and in defense:
1. Hot shoe external flash (some sort of accessory flash on NEX-5N)
2. 60 sec Maximum shutter speed (30 on NEX-5N)
3. And damn cool and useful pancake(compact) 14-42 mm X series (No on E mount Sony “it is so blamable”)
with “SAME PRICE”?
In my opinion: with huge disadvantages and few not so important advantages (except one) again at same price, “not acceptable!”

I think you've neglected to compare one facet of these cameras. Looks. Of course we are interested in the end product, the picture, but other factors are important, such as handling and asthetics.

By all accounts the GX1 is a damn good looking camera, classic styling and wonderful proportions. Have you actual seen or held the NEX-x cameras? Designed by robots or something.

Advantage Panny

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2011 at 19:26 UTC
On article GX1: Interview with Panasonic US's Darin Pepple (31 comments in total)
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Pentax_Prime: Anyone else notice the interviewer doesn't appear to know anything about digital cameras? He's asking generic questions like it's going out of style.

maybe, they're softballs, the suit seems to have memorized the features, but unfortunately doesn't seem overly enthused. To bad, this looks like a terrific camera.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2011 at 19:12 UTC
On article Panasonic unveils DMC-GX1 Micro Four Thirds camera (74 comments in total)
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Mtsuoka: Does the GX-1 with x lens support step-zoom?
One reason I don't like power zoom is that I will get "lost" and don't know what focal length I was using

gx1 has option to display focal length.

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2011 at 18:55 UTC

fyi....pics of the new lens mounted on the g3 (and gf3)


Link | Posted on Sep 10, 2011 at 22:04 UTC as 46th comment | 1 reply
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