Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7
Announced Aug 1, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi guys, Looking to maybe "move up" from my compact "combo" of LX7 & TZ70 and to take my photography a bit more seriously so,,, the questions are,, Any of you guys use a GX7, if so how do you rate it. Also,, is there a difference between the 14-42 3.5-5.6 ii ASPH & OIS lens ? or are they in fact the same lens ? Looking to shot mainly days out / holidays. Church interiors / stained glass,, flowers. Any help / info would be greatly appreciated. Roland. http://www.flickr.com/photos/rolandb52/ ""...
Hi there Somehow my GX7 seems to be slightly shortsighted compared to my GF1. Manual focus lens were not able to reach "real" infinity or past infinity focus, and focus point and distance scale on the lens were also off when used with the GX7. (GF1 never gonna give you up - and is working like ever before =D) focus like indicated on the distance scale and some kind "past" infinity. I wanted to ask if someone has a GX7 and another mft camera and a manual focus lens with distance scale and...
Hello AP folks. I have just ordered my first scope, a Celestron C90 to use with my GX7. I chose that model for a slew of reasons but short of getting into that, i do have a question. I have seen people using barlows on scopes many times but i have never heard if there's an advantage to those vs TC. Since i will be using this C90 for imaging at times, would it be better to use one or the other? This is also assuming the glass is of equal quality. Are there any other real differences that a...
Looking for the correct T ring for MFT for a telescope. The scope im ordering will have the T ring threads built into the visual adapter so i don't believe i will need the normal spacer T adapter to get proper focusing. AFAIK the only thing i need is the T ring that screws onto the built in threads but im not sure which ring is needed. FYI im looking to order the Celestron C90 and will be using a GX7 now, EM1 later for imaging. If no help here i will ask in AP forums. FYI Here's a video...
Hey there! I have been a huge fan of photography for a while and was wondering if there was any good recommendations for any cameras around the $350 range, older is definitely fine!I was looking at the Panasonic Lumix Gx7 or a Sony A5100 as its a bit older and has adaptability with micro 4/3 or E Mount so that i could pick up some lens along the way and then look to possibly get a better body eventually. I also saw the Xiaomi Yi M1 which looks like it has nice specs on paper but ive only...
By: pina1990 (1 month ago)
So I've got a small hair which seems to have found its way between the optical filter and the CCD on my Panasonic GX7. This basically means that it cannot be removed through regular means of cleaning and as far as I can see the only option I'm left with would be to remove the optical filter. Anyone have any idea of where I could find a service manual (it's not in the full-service manual I've managed to find for the GX7) or an explanation of how to remove the optical filter? The camera is...
I shoot RAW. Sometimes when I turn on my GX7 it happens to be turned to the Creative mode and Wonderful Sparkles appear all over my image and I can't help but snap a few fun shots. I have figured out that if I add jpg to my capture I get to keep these fun images, but I have shot images that I like that are RAW only, and I want to get the sparkle out of them! I think this is possible because when I first open the RAW files on my computer they have the creative effect on them, and then they...
Panasonic Gx7 with recently brought Olympus 40-150mm zoom I have noticed similar issue very occasionally in photos taken on other cameras inc Canon 550d and even my phone camera where say the right or left side of the photo might be smeary but this is never blurred then focused then blurred. In some photos I take usually zoomed in more I think say (70mm-150) I get very noticeable banding of blurred parts of the photo. I do not think it is water or mist on the lens as I don't clean it but in...
Hello, I'm a relatively new user of my Panasonic Lumix GX7, and whilst using it in manual mode I was shown how to use the touch screen to tell the camera which part of the picture to focus on. This feature has now overridden everything, so even in iA mode, if I touch the screen to choose any mode (vivid for example), the focussing boxes appear and override any other instruction. Several friends, who are very experienced photographers, are at a loss on how to undo it. Someone suggested a...
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