Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
Announced Nov 4, 2010 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: C Sean (4 months ago)
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...
By: jpgarcia (Aug 11, 2015)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
Hello there! I have always wanted to improve my photography skills and I am now considering purchasing a a camera I can grow with. I don't have a lot of money so I am quite keen on buying a second hand Lumix GF2 as my main camera. In general, would you guys have any idea if it is good to purchase second hand cameras? Or do you think it's better for me to just buy a brand new one? Thanks and I hope to hear from you soon! JP
Next week I will be doing a cycle ride in a forest well known for it sightseeing, history and activities. Hence why I'm doing a cycle ride with some family members. My first intinct is to take the GM1 with me because it designed for traveling light. I would also take both the 12-32mm and the 45-150mm. Partly because they are compact aswell but also because I wouldn't care as much if they get damage simply I don't use them much. This got me thinking because the GH3 is my spare primary...
By: C Sean (Mar 26, 2015)
I'm looking some advice and guidance where I'm going wrong. To cut the long story short, I never really used the single auto focus while I was using both the GF2 and the G3. It something I never bothered trying to learn at the time and now I'm having problems trying to learn it now. One of the things I'm doing is trying to use my touch screen on the GH to set the focus point so I can get the shot I want. The problem doing this is the subject could be moving and I lose the shot. To...
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