Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2

Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I am shooting with the Canon 80D. I have the Tamron 150-600mm G2. Should I shoot with this or is my 50mm better? I also have kit lenses, 18-55mm and 55-250mm. Also what settings are the best? Very new to astrophotography. Thanks
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I want to calibrate a newly purchased Tamron 150-600 G2 with my Canon 5D III. I used Focal Pro to calibrate my other lenses, which are all Canon, and the results are great. I have a 24-70, 70-200, 50, & 85. I've calibrated the Tamron using Focal, but that only allows me to calibrate at the wide and long end.  Trying to use the tap-in console leaves my head spinning and I could use some advice on a good calibration workflow using the console.  For instance, I've set my Focal adjustments in the...
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Hello.I need an advice, cause I want to upgrade my 7yo Panasonic G2.I must say that it has always worked fine for me, but now I'm looking for something better and with image stabilization.I'm actually looking at Olympus E-M1, Olympus E-M10 II and Panasonic G80/G85. I'm into street photography, portraits  and landscapes, almost not into video at all and I always use viewfinder instead of screen. Here the lenses I have:- lumix 20 1:1.7/20 (1st version)- lumix 45-150 1:4.0-5.6(+ a fun fujian...
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I've got about $1400 to spend on a 70-200. I'm leaning mostly towards the Nikon 70-200 f/4 and Tamron 70-200 f/2.8 G2. I've not handled either one of these specific lenses yet, and I don't have long term experience with either Tamron or Nikon lenses so I wouldn't really know what I'm looking at even if I did have them in-hand. The 70-200 will get a lot of use, and my biggest interest is durability and long-term "fixability" (if I can have it repaired years down the line). Focus speed seems...
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(intro: skip to the ******** to get to the question) I do Motorsports photography at my local race track. With the distances I am working with, I find my most used lenses are my 28-70 f/2.8 (really an f/4 as f/2.8 is rubbish) and my 70-200 (recently bought the Tamron G2, love it) As I have two bodies, a D7200, and a D600, I have to decide if I want a 42-105/70-200 combo, or 28-70/105-300 combo. Truthfully said, I appreciate both configurations, and know that depending on where I stand I can...
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Hello good people, I am in a dilemma and I hope you good people can help me to make a sane decision.  I am really new to photography and currently going through a G.A.S (Gear Acquisition Syndrome) Phase. I got a D5300, a 35mm and a 50mm (Youngnuo Chinese lenses...so didn't break the bank) a Nikon 18-200 kit lens and recently I bought a Nikon 85mm f1.8G because I love taking portraits and everywhere it says the 85mm is the standard for portraits, and after trying it I am loving that lens. No...
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Hi, I'm going to be taking an student exhibition with Natonal Geographic to Namibia, and have the opportunity to get some new glass and want to know what would be the best choices between what I've narrowed down. I have my graduation, combined with money I've saved to pay for this, but it is obviously no unlimited. I will be bringing my D810 as the body, and will be bringing my 50 f/1.8D, 35 f/2, and 28-300 f/3.5-5.6. My wish list is to cover both the more super-telephoto range, and macro/...
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Hi Folks Really appreciate some comments here. I've just taken delivery of my Tamron 150-600 G2 zoom. I'm surprised by how firm the zoom action is. Doesn't seem sticky or rough, but just seems heavier than I would have expected. However, I haven't held one until it arrived, so I don't know if this is normal. I know it's hard to be objective, but should I expect if to be quite firm? Thanks in anticipation of your responses. Regards, Kenneth Ross --The things you see when you don't have a camera!
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I have never used a hotshoe flash before and recently I have been shooting film with a Contax G2. Before buying the contax flash unit, I'm curious if the Fuji EF-X20 would also work on this camera? Does anybody use the EF-X20 in this way? Or is it a no-go? I like the look of the controls on the fujifilm flash. Thanks.
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Recently I have made a pleasure to me myself and updated my D7000 to D500 body and - generally - I'm very happy with new camera. The dilemma I'm solving now is by what lens shall I complete my kit today. Currently I'm using my over ten-years-old Nikkor 18-200 VR I which I have bought for - at that time - high end D80 camera as my mostly travel and all-around lens. Many things has happened in digital photography since then and I have slightly changed my attitude too (... from "... look, I was...
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