Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2
Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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So I just purchased the Pixel TW-283/DC0 Wireless Remote for my D500 in hopes of getting some keepers next week in north GA shooting the solar eclipse. I'm looking for any recommend settings for both the wireless device and settings necessary for the D500? In testing it yesterday it didn't seem to make any difference when I set the shutter delay on the remote, trying delay times anywhere from 1"-10". I then set the D500 delay to 1", 2" & 3" and it worked on all 3? so it seems the D500 is...
By: Shine111 (1 month ago)
I've been going over sample photos for long range telephotos. I gathered some for the Tamron 150-600mm G2, and the Sigma 150-650mm, which seems as far as I can tell so far is just a tad sharper more often than the Tamron, so between the two I'd probably prefer the Sigma. Then of course there's that beautiful $6000 new, $5100 used Canon 300mm F2.8 IS II USM, which just isn't going to be an option for me anytime soon. I certainly can admire it from afar though, it really is something. So I was...
Until I can snap up both a long tele AND D500, I'm thinking to settle for a tele and use my kenko 2X as needed in the meantime. That said, should I -hunt down 2-500 for the constant aperture (and I try not to shoot below f/11-13 in daylight anyway) -150-600 G2? -or the more interesting route of 500/4P and maybe snap up the TC16A and mod it to work w/ ditigal for an extra fun little project? I like the P series from my 45/2.8, and always wanted a proper tele, but at the same time new zooms...
By: MaryDubi (1 month ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
By: Kinkan1 (2 months ago)
Hello Savants, Normally a lens plus a converter won't match one without a converter, but in this case, given that the Sony costs twice what the Tamron does, I wondered if the 70-400 + 1.4 converter would equal or surpass the new Tamron. There would be much more usefulness in the Sony if the converter did a great job. Has anyone seen a comparison with the Tamron with sony adapter?
I find myself mulling over the subject question after picking up my A99ii, and I am curious what the hive mind would do in my situation. I love wildlife and action shooting (boats, cars, people, etc), so i have made it a point to have a good lens for that. Many years ago, i was able to grab a Sigma 300mm 2.8 EX for a reasonable price, and have used it for years with my A900. Now with the new camera, i wonder if this is still the best lens for me. Some background info: This is a first gen...
By: brianhopkins88 (2 months ago)
Posted to: Canon EOS 7D / 10D - 80D Talk
Hi - I'm an "enthusiast" level photographer getting back into DSLR after a 10 year break. I recently bought a 80D w/ 18-135 USM II and for the money it seems like a good deal. 24 MB, 7 FPS, 46 all cross type AF, etc. But, as I shoot more I'm less happy with lens choices for APS-C. I recently bought a Tamron 70-200 F2.8 G2 w/ x2 III extender. May have been dumb but I love the 70-200 on crop frame as a 100-300 equivalent tele. Specifically I'm prep'ing for a trip to Egypt where having a nice...
By: OYossy (2 months ago)
hey guys, first time poster but long time reader. i have a a77II, i upgraded from the a77 which i loved. great all rounder. Now we have just started a apart time photography business shooting maternity, babies, kiddies etc, i shoot night and day landscapes and surf/ocean, and sunrise/sunset stuff. now our shots inside and in afternoon light or shade are really noisey and soft. i use manual but misses is still learning so live view is super handy and we love it. is this happening to anyone...
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