Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
Announced Nov 4, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: newbie-newbie (3 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
i am lamenting on my decision to leave panny behind for canon rebel. I am heading to iceland soon in hope to catch northern lights, but my night time practicing with canon t6i has been a less than desirable experience. While i can get some decent night shots from my old panny GF2 14 mm lens. The canon well just bites I don't get what the hype is with Canon cameras. . I am using the 24 mm 2.4 F lens. I don't want to muck around with post processing as i have no time for it, and just want a...
By: Mike Loanzon (11 months ago)
Hi all, I'm a starting enthusiast hoping to invest in a camera but on a budget. I'm interested in taking "memories" mostly. Candid photos of friends in house parties, or street photography of places I will travel to. Hopefully a little more than "better than my camera phone" photos but I don't think I will be investing in professional gear. The budget part is the issue. I currently have a borrowed Lumix GF-2 with the 14-42 and 14mm kit. After shooting with it, I found it to be quite...
I have an old Panasonic GF2 body, and I am wondering whether a new 90MB/s capable sd card will perform better in it than the current 30MB/s that I use? (Both Sandisk, if it matters.) Thanks! Peter ----------------------------------------------------http://peterdegay.wix.com/photos
Quick questions regarding lumix cameras and lenses: 1. I keep finding a lot of videos on youtube talking about how you don't need to get the "specific" m43 adapter for your camera because it's basically a one-size-fits-all type of thing. Is this true? I've learned that my brother also has an old PENTAX film camera with what I've read to be a pretty good lens, an SMC Pentax A F2, so I was wondering if I might be able to use it. I'm currently borrowing a Lumix GF-2 from a friend so I can learn...
By: C Sean (Jun 28, 2016)
I'm looking for other people opinions. Years ago I used to own the GF2 camera and I liked it a lot. When the camera was first released it didn't have the latest camera technology from Panasonic, instead the new camera was still using the 12-megapixel sensor. Months later the G3 came out later with another 16-megapixel sensor from Panasonic and prior to the GF2 release we had the GH2. However, what I loved about the GF2 was it form factor and how well it worked with prime lenses especially...
Still... learning the K-1's UI... and settings... coming from K20D and K-01. Q: The LV button switches the screen on and off. 1 user action. Is there a way to do the same for the info-settings screen? I mean, with one action on or off? For now i have to press info twice and then use 'the arrow keys' and select the 'off' or 'on' choice and press ok. (1st or 3rd from the left) Thx in advance. ;-) rgrds. Henk (K-1&01, K20D&DBG-2, GF2+14042X & LBA).
Any news about the K-1 availibility? I'm in the Netherlands and all stores are sold out. It's like a month ago: out-of-stock. Pre-ordering is possible. Do we know how come? Does somebody has insight info on this???? Any news of/when Pentax will deliver again worldwide and Europe / the Netherlands??? --;-) rgrds. Henk (K-01, K20D&DBG-2, GF2+14042X & LBA).
Hi everybody :-) I'm wondering if i understood the following correctly. Pentax stated: "... As for the APS-C-size image sensor, the DA lens series, the cropping function makes it possible to use the APS-C-size center portion of an image. By changing the settings, you can also choose a 35mm full-frame angle of view. ...". What i understand is, i can use a aps-c-lens (DA), change camera settings and get a full-frame angle of view, meaning, my aps-c-lens is covering the 35mm full-frame sensor. I...
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