Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2
Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I just recently purchased an a6500, along with a Canon EF mount Tamron 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens with a fotodiox adapter. After playing around with it, I notice that it is very glitchy. I am able to take a few shots with auto focus, then the autofocus stops working and you have to shut the camera off, and turn it back on. Also, it seems like the aperture gets stuck, and i cannot change it. I still have time to return my lens at B&H photo. My question is, am I going to get better...
While reading the bullet points of the lens features on this B&H Photo page I came across this copy. What do they mean by that Mode 3 wording I have in bold below? Thanks. VC image stabilization helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake by up to 4.5 stops for more effective handheld shooting in difficult lighting conditions. Three separate VC modes are also available to suit various styles of shooting: Mode 1 is a balanced setting for general use, and promotes both a stabilized...
By: John Spaar (4 months ago)
I admit that I am new to the Arca Swiss mounting system, but since they DON'T MAKE ONLY ONE SIZE, could the lens manufacturers maybe hint at the correct size or is that tribal knowledge. Bought a Desmond ARCA Swiss plate for my new Tamron 70-700 2.8 G2 and guess what? You guessed it! It is too large for my lens mount. Just wondered if they can give the exact specs like overall length, which unless I am having a customized 5,000 dollar camera case made to fit those exact specs , it wouldn't...
so my daughter was asleep in my arms and I had my A99ii with my sal70200g2 lens on it in a bag but it slid of my shoulder :(. Landed on the ground in bag no noticeable damage but now lens won't autofocus. In fact I can't focus it anymore. The zoom is also stiffer. And when I turn focus it also feels like it is stuck. I've owned the lens 4 months. Any advice warranty won't cover that will it? And can it be repaired?
Hello Forums, need advice on which set to acquire. I am debating right now between the new Tamron 150-600 G2 with a Metabones Mark IV on my A7RII or a Sigma 150-600 Contemporary with the Sigma MC-11 adapter on my A7RII. My main focus is fast AF, with image quality being second. The purpose of this set is to find a decent mega-zoom with a not-so-hefty price tag for me to shoot sports and wildlife.
Found this raptor hidden in the trees at the Bosque del Apache NWR in New Mexico last week. (I know this isn't the greatest composition given it's behind by several branches). The almost completely brownish color has me somewhat stumped. Perhaps a juvenile. Any ideas? Nikon D500 and Tamron 150-600 G2 at 600mm (900mm in FX terms) - ISO 320 1/2000 f/6.3 -- Jim F - Prescott, Arizona, USAhttp://jamesfarrell.smugmug.com
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