Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2

Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi to all forum mates, Which one of the above 3 mentioned androids/mobiles to buy that is somehow better than the other device  and run my job when it exclusively comes to shoot a  Music Video Song that is of broadcast quality and is acceptable by the media houses, For me all of them are almost the very same but the experts in this forum might me me a better advice before i go ahead and purchase and I regret after I buy. The music video will entirely be worked on post production and I am not...
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I own an APS-C camera. That is not going to change in the foreseeable future.  However, I'm thinking to get a new lens. I'm still using the kit lens, but I want something with bigger aperture. A few months ago I was considering the Sigma 17-70 mm f2.8-4 as an upgrade for the price point and range, but I did not buy it. Now that Black Friday is approaching, I'm hoping to take advantage on the amazon discounts and get me a new lens. I have seen the reviews for the new Tamron 24-70mm G2 and was...
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There are open box, fully warrantied 24-70mm g1s in Canada for $1000 after tax whereas the G2 is $1700 after tax at the lowest. Is that last bit of optical performance, focus speed and a stop more of VC really worth $700?  I'm leaning towards that it is worth it because you'll be using the good glass for several years or longer and you never know what great shots you might miss out due to equipment limitations that you could have gotten with slightly better lenses.  Just looking for various...
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Does anyone use or have experience with Tokina's 24-70 2.8 on the A7rii with either the sigma or other adapters? How is AF and all that good stuff? Also any thoughts on 24-70 Tokina vs Tameron welcome! G1 not G2 - looking for budget 24-70 but still with good IQ. Cheers all,
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Im looking to buy the tamron 70-200 f2.8 G2 for my canon 80d as i cant find any reviews on Dxo mark i wanted to ask how is the sharpness of the lens compared to the canon 70-200 f2.8 or is it worth considering the sigma 50-100mm f1.8 because the tamron 70-200 f2.8 G1 the sharpness is on par with the sigma 50-100mm f.18
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Hi all, As you might know, Canon is running a 2 lens rebate promotion for some of their lenses ($150 each if you buy 2 lenses), along with some discounts. The first lens I wanted to get was the 24-70mm II f/2.8 ($1430-ish). But to the point of this post, I was also hoping to pick up the Canon 135mm f/2.0 L for mosaics and taking pictures of specific regions of the sky on my iOptron Skyguider Pro with Sony A7RII and recently acquired Canon SL2 But the cost is high even after rebate/discount...
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Good day everyone, Yes, this is another advice thread. I've done some searching on the forum and as usual, there's too much information to really get a good answer. I have a D750 with a variety of lenses (see below) but the DSLR inadequacies (hard to review images on bright days, auto-focus fine tune, garbage live-view focusing, good AF but no eye-AF I love) are irritating even compared to my a6000 I started with, or my current a6300. The $500 off the a7RII is very appealing, but I'm having...
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There are lots of detailed reviews of the new Tamron 24-70 G2, and they all seem to be saying that it's a very good lens. Not quite as good, perhaps, as the Canon EF 24-70 Mk II when mounted on a tripod (and shooting charts) but at least as good as the Canon lens in real-world situations (i.e. hand-held), probably thanks to the stabilisation. What I can't find are any authoritative comments on how it compares to the Tamron V1 lens. I know that in many non-optical ways - e.g. build quality,...
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Hi, I recently noticed that when stopping down to f/3.2, my camera underexposes by about 1/3 of a stop. This only happens with this lens, with my other lenses they expose correctly and brighten as the vignette clears. Can be replicated on both my D750 and D5200. The centre of my 24-70 G2 darkens, but the vignette does clear as you would expect. Also, the bokeh changes much more suddenly than it does with my 70-200 G2 set to 70mm. Here are some untouched photos. Sorry they're a little...
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Hi All. I'm writing to ask if anyone has found this new Tamron lens, the 24-70 2.8 G2, to produce softer images on a crop sensor as opposed to a full frame sensor. I read a private review elsewhere and that was the only fault he found with an otherwise outstanding lens. I would use it on my Canon 7d2 and don't want to invest in it if it will probably not yield crisp images on a crop sensor dslr. Thoughts?
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