Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 35-100mm F2.8 OIS
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
Telephoto zoom lens | Micro Four Thirds | H-HS35100
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I'm thinking of adding more glass to my M4/3 system, to use with my E-M10 (the original model), for travel and street photography. I have a bag of nice primes already, so my biggest perceived need is to cover longer focal lengths, especially for landscapes. Wouldn't mind having a zoom to cut down on lens changes during travel as well. I probably have enough budget for one high-end lens (secondhand), and am not planning to buy another body; my E-M10 survived a direct splash from a geyser...
By: polwee (Mar 13, 2017)
With all of the reviews and commentary on this camera the one issue I have seen no discussion about a comparison of the performance of the E-M1 Mark II using an image stabilized lens like the Olympus 12-100mm F-4 versus using the Panasonic 12-35 or 35-100 F2.8 lenses without the lens stabilization. In other words, how does the extra lens stabilization and slower glass stack up against the faster glass without the stabilization? With all of the comments about the high price of the camera, it...
I'm headed to the Galapagos and want to buy one long lens for the trip. Would you recommend the Panasonic 35-100/f2.8 or Panasonic 100-300/f4.0-5.6 ? Obviously these are very different lenses. I've heard reports about whether you mostly want a medium zoom (35-100) on the Galapagos because the animal get unexpectedly close anyway. But others have written that their favorite keepers were at the longer zoom level. Anyone have an opinion to offer there? The other factor I'm thinking is that the...
Can anyone help me with this? In have recently purchased the flash to go with my GX8. As it doesn't have and on-board flash I have also purchased a Hahnel remote/trigger. A couple of questions have arisen. Whether the flash is on or off the camera I cannot access the "firing mode" on the flash menu as it is greyed out. The manual indicates that I should be able to access it (I use Aperture Priority mode). I've changed the modes on the flash but it makes no difference. Should the...
I use pen e-p5 + vf4 + 35-100 f2.8 to shoot club rugby from the touch line. At the outset, I know some would say, and maybe will, give up and buy DSLR. None the less the results aren't bad; good numbers of keepers and improving with practice. I have settled into using SAF with single small central focus target and keep 'pulsing' half press on the shutter release while tracking action through the vf, then (obviously) press all the way to capture. My attempts to use CAF, with or without...
I just bought a brand new Lumix 35-100/2.8 lens. What bugs me is that the lens is making a tiny weird sound all the time it’s on. Something like the focus motor, but not quite. I have tried to turn off the OIS and switch to the manual focus mode to make sure the lens is not supposed to do anything. I have also tried a different body, the sound is still there. I find it quite improbable that the lens should make any sound at all under these circumstances, should I claim a replacement?
By: Navegador (Mar 15, 2013)
Hi everyone. I'm ready to purchase a new tele lens for my m4/3 set-up (GX1 and E-PM2, Pana 7-14, Pana 20, Pana 12-35, Oly 45). Thing is, I'm really torn between the Olympus 75mm f/1.8 prime and Panasonic's 35-100 f/2.8 zoom.My question relates to the real-life situations in which you have been using those lenses, and not to any sharpness/depth-of-field/image-stabilization issues - as you've noticed I have both Pana and Olympus bodies, I'm well aware of what kind of depth of field I get with...
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