Panasonic Lumix DMC-G6
Announced Apr 24, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I currently use a 24MP Nikon d5300 and a 16MP FujiFilm X100 T. I have been happy viewing and editing my photos on my HP Pavilion G6 15.6 inch laptop monitor for the past 4 years. The monitor / screen is I think an LED screen. The highest resolution is 1366 X 768. They look good and print nicely. Recently I viewed and edited some on a friend's 42 inch OLED and the detail was so much more clear and 3-d like. So while they look fine on my laptop, obviously it cannot render all of the detail from...
I currently have a Nikon D5100 and have been thinking of upgrading to a D7500, why? because I want a faster camera for focusing on birds, have been reading reviews and yes not many like the D7500 but it doesn't worry me about having only one slot, that's all my 5100 has. why not upgrade to the next in the 5000 line? because I always wanted to upgrade to the 7000 series cameras and like the layout, I like the idea of 8 frames a second, touch screen, tilt screen, I am use to the touch screen on...
Hi. My G6 is not switching on. The battery appears to be be charged. The battery is the original one from when I bought the camera new 3-4 years ago. Has it come to the end of its life? I live in Jersey and no one wants to ship a lithium battery over for me to test. Is there another way I can test the battery? I will be gratefull for any advise. Thanks.
By: tpani (2 months ago)
My 2-year old G7 started complaining, after almost every shot. I tried some of the tricks I found in the internet, like removing battery and memory card, resetting the camera, but the issue went away only briefly and came back again. With electronic shutter the camera seems to be working OK. Question: I bought this camera from a Swedish web store. I am not in Sweden, and the warranty period must be over by now. I would guess the local Panasonic is exactly as happy fixing an out-of-warranty...
By: Sir_Forest (4 months ago)
Hi, I have Lumix G6 camera with kit 14-42 lenses. I want to have wider view in my photos. I read that 14mm prime lenses are wide-angle. So my question is if the 14-42 are also 14 at wide are the images taken by 14mm prime gona be wider? Can some on mayby post some photos taken by kit lenses and prime 14mm of the same subject? The 14mm are not so chep to me and I don't want to buy something I'm not gona be using. I want to take photos on my vacations and weekend trips. Thank You and sorry for...
Hi, I'm posting some links here for those who are keen to compare video quality of Lumix FT6 versus Lumix G6 in bright daylight & night. All files are recorded in AVCHD 1920x1080, 50P, 28Mbits in auto setting with electronic stabilizing off. I found the electronic stabilizing degrades video quality & fine details. Lumix G6: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6I5Faan7w7TS3UtOE5ycGJrZ3M https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6I5Faan7w7TRFkzc1NsQm8xQUU Lumix...
By: Robert Chandler (5 months ago)
Posted to: Sport and Action Photography
I have been using my older Samsung Galaxy S6 for quite some time now, and never really took many sport / action photography shots until my daughter joined a select softball team. Since then I have been able to take some amazing shots of people sliding, hitting the ball, pitching, etc (with the ball in clear view - NOT blurred). I figured it was time to upgrade my phone, and I ended up getting a Galaxy S8 - and I was sadly disappointed with the quality of action shots with the onboard camera;...
By: consultant1027 (6 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
So I just got a new LG G6 Smartphine and the detail in the RAW (DNG) shots is so much better than the JPG that I can bring myself to using auto. I also have an APS-C Sony camera but the HDR works so well, I never bothered with RAW. In the first hour of messing around with loading the DNG in Photoshop, I couldn't come very close to the JPEG which had more spot on colors and good exposure, etc. So I basically need to mimic the in-camera processing aside from the horrid noise reduction and...
By: gipas (7 months ago)
Hello there, I was pondering to replace (not in the near future), my "old" G6 with a new m4/3 body which must be environmentally sealed. Long story short: all in all, looking at what the available camera offers at this moment, I've thought that the G80, for me and my needs, is the best overall compromise. BUT, this morning, having some spare minutes to burn on the web, I was just checking on the DXO Mark website how the G80 performs compared to what I already have (G6 and E-PL5) and, to my...
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