Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5
Announced Jul 18, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello, I want to make computer controlled photo's, but the shutter delay is to long. Does any one know what settings result in the shortest shutter delay. I have a Panasonic G5 with 45 mm macro lens. At the moment I set it in the M program, and manual focus. I open the shutter before the event happens and fire the flash at the event. Now I have to work in the darkness, because of the long exposure time. Any suggestions what I can do to decrease shutter delay, so I can use shorter exposure...
Warm hello to all .. Im recurring to this site (which was and is a great source of info .. ,since Old canon G5 tank I was consulting this website :) IM a freelance artist .. so I do mostly illustrations on my widows pc and my cintiq companion 2 now I need to buy an iPad Pro and I really don't know which one to buy .. if 12.9" 2015 or the new 2017 model. why"? mostly because the color gamut *my question is .: do anyone know if new DCi P3 color gamut on the...
I have remotes left over from my G5, but I can't seem to find where to plug them into my current GH5. Is it the Mic point? Even if that's where it goes, the plug from the G5 is smaller than the receptacle, and guess I would need an adapter to get it to work. I'm only thinking of using my old remotes because the Panasonic app seems to lose connection with the camera quite frequently. Any suggestions? --pablo-------------------------------------------------------------------------------'A...
Hello, I am looking for a mini tripod to use with both smartphone with capability of supporting mirrorless camera. Any time I want to either shoot with smartphone or camera, I would not need to carry 2 mini tripods and can rely on one only. I have seen this JOBY mini tripod for smartphones but it can only handle 325g which is not good enough for my Panasonic G5 camera. I would want something like this but with capability to hold camera weighing between 500g-600g. Can anyone recommend either...
I'm about to update my camera and ended up with to contestants. The em5II and the G85. Main purpose will be shooting wildlife while hiking. And to be more specific I will be using it with an adapted tele lens. And to be even more specific my very much cherished hexanon 135/3.2. What is tempting with these cameras are, ibis, weather sealing, the fact that I get good reach and a good depth of field because of the smaller sensor size. A possibly better evf. and...you tell me? The pixelshift...
Hi, I've had a Pansonic G5 for a good while now, just with the kit lens and the cheap-ish Pansonic 25mm f/1.7. I've been getting really into photography, and I really think it's time for a body and lens upgrade (I've beaten the devil out of it). My budget is ~$2000, and I'm coming to the hard decision of sticking with Micro 4/3 or going for something like the Canon 6D with the 24-70 f/4. The advantages of full frame seem good but I'm not too sure that image quality is impacted too hard on 4/3...
By: dpburgel (Feb 9, 2017)
I currently have a Panasonic G5 that I use for kids' recreational soccer for both stills and video. It works reasonably well, but I'm looking at upgrading to the G85. One thing that is particularly frustrating is that when I shoot some stills (one or more), there is a noticeable delay before I can start recording video (usually set at 720p). It feels like a good second or so of dead time, and can make me miss good moments. Does the G85 do better at this? I hope so. I'm using a 45MB/s class...
Still on the hunt! My DNG converter converts my RW2 files but my ancient CS3 will not accept them it says it is the wrong kind of document. I have camera RAW4.6 installed is that the right one or should I be using something different? I am using Windows10 with a Panasonic Lumix G5 --RonB
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