Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1
Announced Oct 17, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Yes, another GM grip/case thread, but this one is a bit different as I'm not asking about the stick-on models, such as the (currently unavailable) Franiec Grip, FlipBac grips (1-4), Sony AG-R2, or Aki-Asahi leather already discussed in a few other threads. I'll be asking about a the half cases, specifically the three out there with battery hatches. Has anyone used one (or more) for the following three half cases on their Panasonic GM5? If so, can you provide some feedback on how well they...
Hi, I wanted to know, would you upgrade to a GX850 from a GM1? Do you think the changes to ergonomics and IQ are enough to bother upgrading? I am choosing between the GM1 (which I own), the GX850 and the G7 (which I own) to take on holiday where size is a big deciding factor but where I still don't want to compromise too much on IQ. Thanks, Cassie
In researching purchase of a(nother) m43 camera body, I am trying to figure out the image collecting attributes of sensors: noise, dynamic range.The dpreview image comparison tool including the Panasonic GH5, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 II, the Panasonic GM1, the Olympus E-PL7 (the latter two bodies I own) offers some insight. Looking at the zoomed-in rendered RAW output from ISO 200 up to ISO 6400, I do indeed notice differences.On photonstophotos.net the data for a similar set of sensors seems to...
I have had various point and shoot and have some reasonable images and about 6 years ago bought a 20d and 3 lenses to learn / take better shots. I found I liked the quality of shot, but began to hate the bulk. I then bought a Canon S95 which I love. One of the biggest features is the live view, which I find very helpful. Now, the 20d hasn't been out of the bag now for 3 years, so it's time to move it on. It's all just too big and clunky. The S95 was handy on a recent trip, but I feel I am...
Hi there! o) my thinking is that wifi controlling a camera is not a replacement for a remote shutter release jack/port. Panasonic and other manufacturers seem to save the few wires and offer wifi only in some of they recent cameras, which I find very unsatisfying. I have several accessories to connect to a "physical" shutter release port (motion trigger, rc-controlled triggers) etc., I cannot use them on GX80, LX100, GM1, GM5 and the even more compact Lumix cameras (LX10 etc). A shame! A...
Interested in this lens (Euro 300) for my G3, the 14-42 kit lens no good. Then I see GM1 with 12-32 and 20mm for Euro 400. Bargain? Already got the 20mm the old version, is this the new? And then I see GM5 with the same lenses for Euro 500. EVF could be nice, how is it with glasses? Of course you can get very good small cameras with smaller sensors, but still using G3 a lot. Also see an Olympus EM5 for Euro 300 - used - with only 3 months warranty - not so tempting. But good stabilization...
By: tinternaut (2 months ago)
Posted to: Retouching
There's a nice deal on PSE, at the moment, on the Windows store. I'm thinking of getting this for my little Atom.based Surface 3, for light work on the move. Couple of questions: 1. How well featured is ACR? I've used PSE in the past, and remember ACR being pretty limited compared to what I see in Lightroom and Photoshop. For example, in Lightroom I can select the profile that gets embedded into my Ricoh's DNGs. 2. Can I select a different camera/colour profile in ACR? 3. Can profiles be...
Hello all. I have recently got this lens, and when focusing at a distance it’s pin sharp! head and shoulders above any lens I’ve used in that focal range. But I have noticed when focusing on subjects at the minimum focal range it’s just not that sharp (Worse than a Olympus 12-50 at 50mm and a Panasonic 14-140 at 60mm). I have tried it with a Panasonic GM1 and a Olympus EM5 and it happens with both cameras. I was wondering if other people have had this issue, is it just the nature of the lens...
Hello guys, I bought an orange GM1 with 12-32mm pancake for my wife, and she likes it a lot, actually, me, too. Recently I got Rokinon 12 mm and made my first ever Milky Way/night-stars still shots and time-lapse. The first ever and only time-lapse was so successful, that I want to experiment more and get a dedicated MFT body for this. Could you recommend any not-high-end body for the task? I am worried about built-in timer/intervalometer etc in the potential alternatives, like GF7 or so....
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