Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2
Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello All, I have an Sony a65 with the 18-135 kit lens, Sigma 8-16, Tamron 60 & 90mm macros, and the Sigma 18-35 (which I love). I use the a65 for underwater photography (with the 8-16 and the 60mm macro), and the added cost of the housing has kept me from upgrading the body until now. My primary interest is in underwater, and travel photography. With modern carry-on limits on planes, small and light are important. I am strictly an enthusiast, not a professional. In a little over a month,...
By: greenmanphoto (2 months ago)
All, I'm looking to do some off-camera flash work using third-party speed lights. Any tips or info provided would be MUCH appreciated! I've never really looked at the third-party lights very much (Godox, Phottix, Yongnuo, etc.), but in the interests of saving money after spending $4800 or so on a D850 and a Tamron 24-70 G2, I figure I better not spend TOO much money again! I currently have a Nikon SB-600, and two PocketWizard Plus III triggers. I am planning on getting at least two more...
I break, lose or have stolen phones way too much to justify spending much money on one... But I still want to have a semi decent camera as it's sometimes all I have on me. The problem is technical specs don't really seem to tell much. Sometimes cameras with higher mega pixels take much worse photos. Some phones seem to take better photos in the night but terrible in the day, or visa versa. I got to play around with an LG G2 and Nexus 5 which are around the same price, but the results were so...
By: Yeant (2 months ago)
Posted to: Canon SLR Lens Talk
By: RLGregory (2 months ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
I have a new Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 for Nikon F just out of the box , used it on a Nikon D850 , the lens sometimes has a hard time finding a focusing point , then goes blurry and I have to turn off the camera and turn it back on so the lens will focus , I have used several other Tamron lenses with the D850 and had no issues
I'm planning to buy A7III to take wildlife photo and video. What combo will have faster AF A7III + Sigma 150-600 S + MC-11 or A7III + Tamron 150-600 G2 + LA-EA3? Do you have any experience with using these lenses and new Sony bodies like A7RIII or A7III ? Thank you in advance Adam
By: SeanGrey (3 months ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
Hi there, Asked a few questions on here recently regarding lenses and such. Upgrading my kit and moving from canon crop to D750. Was testing crop focal length vs what I will get on FF at a horse show yesterday. All our shows are outdoors (full sun/cloud) and all the pro's in the arena seem to use the 70-200 2.8. I stand on the side and can get most of the shots I want using a 70-200 range on FF. I do take the odd landscape photo which I enjoy and want to get into paid portrait work...
Dang, what a nightmare it is for a little knowledgeable Sony user to try and find info on using a Tamron 150-600mm G2 on an a6500. It's as if the guy who named all this stuff left Sony and went to work for Adobe where he was put in charge of naming LR versions. Anyway, I have a 150-600mm G2 in Nikon mount. But would like to use the same kind of lens on my a6500 to free up my Nikon D7500 body for use with another lens while photographing sports. Mostly baseball, softball and daylight field...
I'm professional photographer and I use Nikon. I have 15 lenses and so want to stay in this ecosystem. In the last few years I have swapped to using Sigma Art series lenses. I have the 50/85/135 and they are all excellent on my D5 and D810. However I also use an A7R2 for motion and use metabones adaptors for both my Nikon manual and autofocus lenses as well as my old Contax G2 lenses. The artseries lenses however don't seem to work (specifically the aperture ring). Firstly is this something...
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