Leica X Vario
Announced Jun 11, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 70 mm (2.5×)
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Panasonic released a new version of the lens this year: http://shop.panasonic.com/cameras-and-camcorders/lumix-camera-lenses/H-HSA12035.html I am wondering how it differs from the old version (2012): http://shop.panasonic.com/cameras-and-camcorders/lumix-camera-lenses/H-HS12035.html It's a $300 price difference. My understanding is that it has a new version of Dual I.S. - 2.0 but is this something that can be upgraded with firmware? Is it worth it?
Im on a budget and want a really good lens for video as it's primary concern. The wife wants its to be a zoom lens and I would prefer a constant aperture. Otherwise I'd get Prime lens. Options: 1) Lumix g x vario 12-35mm f/2.8 ii asph... and later purchase lumix g x vario 35-100mm f/2.8 ii asph. I feel this would allow for great light control throughout any shooting range with the trade off of a lens change at 35mm. 2) Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-60mm F2.8-4.... and later buy the new 45-200...
By: michael (3 months ago)
Just noticed the name of the 12-35mm lens is Lumix G X Vario and since Leica has a modal called Leica X Vario with also a zoom lens, given the partnership between Panasonic and Leica, I'm wondering if Vario is a common word used to describe zoom lens, or is there something else? --Blog: huiimy.ninjaFlickr: flickr.com/photos/huiimyInstagram: instagram.com/huiimy
Hi, I have been considering buying an X vario for some time, so long in fact that the price has fallen and fewer outlets carry them. I guess I am a bit nervous that the X vario is either or about to be discontinued. However I thought it a perfect companion to my X2 and equal to my needs. However if the X Vario is or will shortly discontinued I feel pushed toward the T. My alternative is the Leica T with the standard zoom, and I like the idea of having the 23mm F2 along side the standard zoom...
By: Tim Watts (Apr 17, 2016)
Hi, Sorry - this is going to be a noob question - but I'm buying a Lumix GX8 to restart my photography hobby after some years but I do not know where to start with lenses. 1) Are only Panasonic lenses compatible with the GX8 for IS (stabilisation) and autofocus (where relevant) - or do one or both features follow any sort of interoperability standard? If not, that limits my first lenses to Panasonic, which will make research a little easier. 2) I'm after 2 lenses to start with - the first...
I own a Panasonic GX7 with Panasonic 14-42mm. I want to buy a Panasonic LUMIX G X VARIO 14-140mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH, but I think it's rather expensive (€ 599). I can buy a brandnew G6 with this zoomlens for only € 50 more (€ 649). Is the IQ (JPEG) of the G6 on par with the GX7 ? And the video quality?
Hi... new to this forum so please be patient... :-) After years of using Canon DSLRs, I decided to augment my equipment with something smaller and lighter, which is of course why I bought the G7. I'm very pleased with the performance and handling so far, as well as the quality of the photos. I do have a couple of questions for which I can't seem to find answers, so hopefully someone will be able to enlighten me. For reference sake, so far I have the following lenses: Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm...
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