Bottom line is these are not awards based on how the tech compares, but on how the reviewer "feels" about the camera, and we all know everyone's opinion is different. Fuji is alright for sure, but that is only one manufactuerer. @Robemo. and control. And very busy bokeh which is ugly. If you need the depth of field that F1.4 offers on Micro Four Thirds, then you can shoot at around F1.8 on APS-C or F2.8 on Full Frame and get the same result (irrespective of what ISO is needed), if your camera is of a similar vintage. I can understand why film fans would,buy this one but it is about photography here. So, the G9 got a silver award for 'playing catch-up to a camera released more than a year ago', while the D610 (launched two years after the D600) got a gold award for having solved the dust/oil problem?? Interesting and for some of the basket ball shots it looked like this:They were edited in Photoshop CC 2014 on MacWB: custom (not chosen by camera)Tint: shifted between 30 and 48 to pinkAll tone settings (exp, contrast, highlights, shadows, whites, blacks, ..) editedTone curve: region edited (lights/darks)Profile: VividSharpening: +43Radius: +1NR Luminance: 25NR smoothness 25. Just follow the party line and you'll get there . The rear camera (or cameras) on an iPhone has all the latest bells and whistles, but how do you use them to capture a selfie or record a video of yourself? X-T2 --> 1/10 | f/8.0 | ISO 100G9 --> 1/25 | f/5.6 | ISO 100. Lots of Canon photos in this Flickr group... where are the mods? A magnesium alloy full diecast armor frame makes the body lightweight yet durable while bringing ruggedness to the compact size. Shoot more, more efficiently with accessories for your G9. The AF test result can't be trusted. It is freezeproof down to -10-degrees in addition to splash / dustproof construction thanks to … focus point control from the joystick. The G9 is the highest-end, stills-oriented LUMIX camera to date for evocative, high-res The display mode switch takes a sec, but seems snappy once you are browsing. There's no advantage to the larger format at that point but nor a disadvantage, relative to Micro Four Thirds. RED i, really ? What follows are the headiest products of 2020, the ones photographers really want. Sony Aps-c mirrorless has very little specialised lenses to chose. simultaneously or alternate between stills and video recording. I personally do not think FF and MFT/smaller formats are apples and oranges - they all take pics! (For Windows / Mac), Battery Charger (AC Adaptor, USB connection Cable included), Battery Pack, Body Cap, Hot Shoe Cover, Eye Cup, Flash Syncro Socket Cap, Cover for the Battery Grip Connector, USB Connection Cable, Shoulder Strap. Michael Jackson innovated pop music far beyond where Elvis left it. ・ This software is used to control a Panasonic digital camera from a PC. so g9 is my next. Take a closer look. It has an equivalent magnification of 0.83x and an eyepoint of 21mm. well, my english isnt the best. Advanced mirrorless design with the performance, durability, The result is exceptionally detailed imaging, whether Depends on the application. - 6K PHOTO is a high speed burst shooting function that cuts a still image out of a 4:3 or 3:2 video footage with approx. This is to be considered as well as noise is present from 800 iso, The speed, versatility and features you''ll only find in top of the line DSLR's that cost more than 3 times compared to this camera.+ the noise it's actually very well controlled, it's better than may previous FF cameras and about a stop or a little bit more compared to the best there are today (but with greater DR, let's not forget the high ISO kings D5 and A9 both lack in this department).And I almost forget, shooting at f/1,2 on the G9 vs f/1,8 on FF you'll equalize the high ISO differences. Panasonic's mirrorless Lumix DC-G9 camera boasts some head-turning specs, including 60fps Raw image capture, but we'll have to see if its real-world performance lives up to its promise. A light-up, quick-read status LCD instantly confirms control settings to help you keep track of The 12MP and 16MP look kinda like a upscaled version of the old sensors to me :), E1 still makes fantastic images with it's fantastic lenses, from the review "The Function Lever finally makes it possibly to turn on settings like Face Detect with a single action - something you couldn't previously do on a Panasonic without a trip to the menus. Again, it's taste, but for me the sports images look like watching an NTSC TV (NTSC - Never The Same Color Twice - I know, old joke ... , I am European). This is a very capable camera and the first I really would like to try out. If you use equivalent lenses (ie: whatever lenses are needed to give the same angle of view), then from the same position, there's no depth-of-field advantage to a smaller sensor. 130 min (rear monitor), 120 min (LVF) with H-FS12060, Approx. It is freezeproof down to -10-degrees in addition to splash* / dustproof construction thanks to weather sealing on every joint, dial and button. Compared to the competition, they are years ahead in the touch interface. The Panasonic Lumix G9 employs a Micro Four Thirds sensor and lens mount which, like all Lumix G models before it (along with all Olympus PEN and OMD cameras), results in a field reduction of two times relative to full-frame systems. Fingers crossed as this is great deal. Why since you can have APSc in a compact body. Presumably since you sold yours, the firmware updates have ensured that the focus speed is excellent, and I dont have problems with the buffer ever. The last mFT I sold was the GX8. Not for me. But I was curious how images were processed so I used tools you can find on internet that can trace back process settings from supplied images. Very grainy, and a lot of her pics have heavy sharpening around the edges of objects. Bottom line between G9 and Oly M1 ii is PDAF vs. CDAF......birds in flight or not :)For some strange reason Lumix/Panasonic will not buy into the better focusing system for things that move. Did you send it back? The G9 is the first Lumix Micro Four Thirds camera equipped with a High-Resolution mode Planning to treat yourself to a new full-frame camera this holiday season? A magnesium alloy full diecast armor frame makes the body lightweight yet durable while bringing ruggedness to the compact size. The Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 is the brand's highest-end stills-oriented camera, sitting beside the video-oriented Lumix DC-GH5at the top of the product lineup. whatever you personally like is fine of course, for some it is mFTs and others like another sensorsize. You don't really think this looks good do you? (tested with sandisk 300mb/s and Lexar 2000x card). Large 0.83x OLED Viewfinder And that's before you get to personal needs and preferences in terms of lens quality, available lens range, color response, ergonomics. Simple logic. Being able to liquidate all my Canon gear means I get to stick all the best glass on it as well :). shooting RAW or JPEG. hope for wildlife with the 100-400 the cam works nice. Today, at its Snapdragon Tech Summit, Qualcomm revealed the details of its new Snapdragon 888 system on a chip (SoC) that, amongst performance and battery improvements, offers an array of impressive photographer features, should Android smartphone manufacturers choose to make the most of them. So I guess X-Pro2 is joke. “LUMIX Webcam Software (Beta)” is provided as a pre-release version that is currently still under development. 60 min (rear monitor), 55 min (LVF) with H-ES12060, AVCHD [FHD/60i]: Approx. The G85 came in as a perfect model for enthusiasts – with a strong feature set, lightweight and an attractive price tag. Like the shadows DR, highlight DR can be measured and in real life scenarios, thy are probably equally important. Todo lo demás no dejan de ser complementos para lograr un buen archivo final. As a photographer I really don't care about RAWDigger etc. The award system is very easy to understand. Compatible models: DC-S1H, DC-S1R, DC-S1, DC-S5, DC-GH5S, DC-GH5, DC-G9 *DC-G100/G110 will also be compatible in the future. This particular reviewer does not seem to like EVF's, and he finds the improvements less important. I think they should use the same lenses for fair comparisson, the PL 42.5 was also available when testing the Olympus. Shame about the poor joystick implementation. You did not sell an Em1.2 I bet and no G9. Sort of pathetic when the "Editors' picks" comments are the ones that just restate the DPR position on their scoring methodology, verbatim. 2 (CIPA rated 6.5 stops), 20 fps burst w/continuous AF using the e-shutter (for ~50 frames), 9 fps burst w/continuous AF using mechanical shutter (for 600+ frames), 80MP Raw and/or JPEG files using High-Resolution mode, Magnesium body designed to be dust/weather-sealed, Dual UHS-II card slots supporting new high-speed 'V'-rated cards, Assortment of 4K and 6K Photo modes and in-camera focus stacking. imaging Technical Editor Richard Butler's pick was the unusual lens that gave him the opportunity to try something new. So I started experimenting with M43 (FF mirrorless made no sense with same heavy large lenses).No, it won't win in comparisons tools at high ISO, but in real world circumstances the difference is much smaller. When that X-H1 is announced I'll look back at fuji. Not that I like smaller camera though. Tune in to find out. But for some applications small isn't better. A large, high-resolution 3,680k-dot OLED Live View Finder (LVF) vastly improves Note: 15mm F1.7 is not included in any kit, but we wish it were. NOONE focused on a sports/action camera is ever thinking about an X-PRO2. speed** to virtually eliminate shake in body and lens even while shooting telephoto ***. Natural History Museum's Wildlife Photographer of the Year has selected 25 photos for its People's Choice Award. ", Richard Butler, Statement 2:"the point is that a larger sensor (with a bright enough lens) can do shallow depth-of-field or deeper depth-of-field. No more viewfinder clash with the highest-level 0.83x magnification ever, together :-). We've combed through the options and selected our two favorite cameras in this class. Michael Jackson got a silver award because he was only catching up with Elvis. They should now be available for download. There's a lot more things that X Pro2 cannot do that G9 does, than the other way around. The reviews are moving targets. For me, the sweet spot between size and functionality in a mirrorless camera is with APSc. That is why they call the award "opinion". Panasonic Lumix G9 Mirrorless Camera, Black with Lumix G Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-60mm F/2.8-4.0 Lens - Bundle With 32GB SDHC U3 Card, Spare Battery, Camera Case, … @RoberBetchel The X-Pro2's UHS-II slot is actually about 25% faster than the UHS-II slots in the Panasonic cameras (112 MB/s for Fuji vs 90 MB/s for Panasonic). Don't take these mostly-stills oriented improvements to mean the G9 is not a capable video camera, because it surely is. The LUMIX G9 is built tough to withstand heavy professional use. it shows i never need more than iso 3200. A special High Resolution mode vastly improves RAW image quality to 80MP in-camera (10,368 x Being able to include all categories in the comparison is not very useful then. Find out how the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-100mm F4 Pro does as a travel companion on a trip to Oz. The aspect Nikon didn't promote at the time of the D610's launch was that the new shutter may also have been intended to address the D600's reputation-damaging dust/oil problem. (DxO hasn't tested the G9 yet but it's fair to assume it will be very similar to the E-M1 II. Nice! Added "autofocus near" / "autofocus far" functions, animal autofocus, and added video capability (especially if you pay for the extra part). Lumix went heavy on the photo end and Fuji went heavy on the video side. i dont know.fact is. "However it' pointless arguing with you, once your mind is set on one direction only (in the SoNykon 35mm one). G9 needs more than a second to write even ONE JPG shot!!! So far I like it very much. In fact, the G9 is one the best ILC camera for video use to date (together with it's GH5's brothers)! i just take photos for fun, not for money. :). Si we can have it all if we like. Viewfinder. Resolution / Min. The Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 is a Micro Four Thirds mirrorless interchangeable lens camera body announced by Panasonic end of 2017.. every way, it's the pro quality, still-oriented camera for shooting Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV also shot a gallery with the lens, but on Panasonic bodies. Combining a 37MP full-frame sensor, minimalist controls and Lightroom Mobile built in, it's a refreshing – if a bit quirky – take on the smartphone-meets-camera concept. Panasonic's latest firmware update for its GH5S, GH5 and G9 series of cameras was leaked in Japan earlier today and is now being officially announced a week early. Fujifilm's 3.00 firmware update adds a new Pixel Shift Mult-Shot mode to its GFX 100 camera that works alongside a new Pixel Shift Combiner program to output 400MP Raw images made up from 16 individual still images. We also can buy a GX85 if we want something larger etc. 16x), Slideshow (All / Picture Only / Video Only, duration & effect is selectable), Playback Mode (Normal / Picture Only / Video Only), Protect, Rating, Title Edit, Face Recognition Edit, RAW Processing, 6K/4K PHOTO Bulk Saving, 6K/4K PHOTO Noise Reduction, Light Composition, Clear Retouch, Text Stamp, Copy, Resize, Cropping, Rotate, Video Divide, Time Lapse Video, Stop Motion Video, Rotation Display, Picture Sort, Delete Confirmation, Creating Still Pictures from a Motion Picture, USB 3.0 Micro-B, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Gen 1, Video: Auto / 4K/60p / 4K/30p / 1080p / 1080i / 720p / 480p, Monitor-through: 4:2:2 8bit (Except for [4K/60p]) / 4:2:0 8bit. And Sigma. But like many, I've been running a mirrorless system alongside my DSLRs for several years now for something smaller and for video. I don't know at what you are looking at, the G9 is much better compared to the GX7 both in RAW and JPG in any possible way! Now, the company brings that experience to bear with perhaps its most exciting camera yet, the Lumix G9, offering much of what impressed us in the more video-oriente… 60 min (rear monitor), 60 min (LVF) with H-ES12060, MP4 [4K/60p]: Approx. The Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R is the company's 47MP high-res full-frame mirrorless camera. I've just tried an XT 2 camera from a friend.I like the retro design and all but:- The camera is a pain to hold for a longer period of time in the hand, especially with bigger lenses and a flash- It doesn't have a proper ISO 100 (the G9 has)- It's resolution, although higher in numbers compared to the G9, it's actually lower if you look at the same shot side by side- I dislike the waxiness and X-Trans artifacts- The AF speed is ok, but nowhere near as fast as on the G9- The EVF is inferior- The LCD screen rotation (for my needs) is impractical- The battery life is about half of the G9- The video quality is inferior to the G9, the sound quality and options are vastly inferior to the G9.- Using f/1,2 lenses on the G9 vs 1/1,4 on the XT2 the shallow DOF differences between the two is practically indistinguishable. Still V1.0 FW, hopefully they have some tweaks coming. Relatively light and compact. *Based on the CIPA standard [Yaw/Pitch direction: focusing distance f=60mm (35mm camera equivalent f=120mm), when H-ES12060 is used. Re thé DOf when shooting portraits you neeed a f1,2 mft lens to achieve the same results as a ff f1,8 which costs half the price of a f1,2 mft Lens. Look at the Conclusion-Page, scroll down to "Compare-Mode", choose GX7 and see! A quickly accessible four-way AF thumb joystick provides a textured design for instant I have also a 6D like Robemo, and since it rarely happens that a client is asking for huge source files anymore the G9 is on my radar. Here mFT has a clear advantage over APS-c, not vice versa. This time-saving dial on the camera's top shoulder (under the Mode Dial) controls release ), [H/M/L] More than approx. visibility for pinpoint accurate framing even under direct sunlight. This camera has, in one stroke, allowed me to consolidate back down to a single system without losing the benefits of DSLR AF and handling. the components and price have grown in size. With a 1.8x squeeze, the lens produces a more pronounced anamorphic effect than the 1.33x lenses offered by Sirui, albeit at a much higher cost. Remember that Panasonic launched a 42.5/1.2 way before Olympus launched its F1.2 lenses. 55 min (rear monitor), 55 min (LVF) with H-ES12060, MP4 [4K/30p]: Approx. (Dual I.S. I bought it and I can only say that is FANTASTIC!!!! As soon as you change your distance to the subject, you change the perspective in the photo. the video features from the gh5 are better. to :-). There are video tests on you tube that demonstrate the situations where it old firmware just wouldn't face detect focus, and now with 1.2 fw it does. They feature 4K 60 HDR video capture with clean HDMI output, impressive low light video, and the ability to record super slow-motion for creative content. 30 minutes), 1/2,000 - 60, Remote control with Bulb function by DMW-RSL1 (sold separately), 3, 5, 7 images in 1/3, 2/3 or 1 EV step, max. (SD speed class is the speed standard regarding continuous writing.). I suspect the G9 will fare VERY well. 3888x3888(L) / 2784x2784(M) / 1968x1968(S) / 7776x7776(XL)* / 5472x5472(LL)* / 2880x2880(4K PHOTO) *High Resolution Mode. There is a depth of field advantage of smaller sensors using the same angle of view. 2 has also been improved and when using compatible lenses, the G9 offers the highest CIPA-rated level of stabilization - 6.5-stops - of any camera currently on the market. Noise appears the same as its 20MP Micro 4/3 peers at both low and high ISOs.". - Recording stops when the continuous recording time exceeds 29 minutes and 59 seconds with [AVCHD] in [FHD] and [MP4] in [4K/30p] [4K/24p] [FHD]. There are other advantages to smaller sensors: the cameras and lenses can be smaller, they may well be less expensive. It's a guide, not everyone uses cameras for the same thing. Whether such differences are meaningful or not is a personal matter. The Panasonic lumix G9 is compatible with the vertical shooting battery grip DMW-BGG9. Anything Fuji can deliver that is remotely close in size and weigght? There are very small µ4/3 cameras and lenses if your priority is the size and weight. Etc. The Panasonic Lumix G9 is the flagship model designed for photographers that need the highest quality and speed possible. This camera has a high burst rate and hence, if you look through those 16 frames, the subject travelled, maybe 2 or 3 meters in z-axis, and in such case, every single camera since AF was invented can track it. View our sample gallery to see how a bit of shift can change a photo or introduce creative effects. And it improved autofocus pretty dramatically, in some situations. portraiture and more. Well, the positive is, that it is at least clear how to get an Editor's pick, which you can't say from the arbitrairy and misleading 'awards' (just read their criteria, all explicitely subjective). The Primoplan 75mm F1.9 II is a redesign of the original Primoplan 75mm F1.9 designed in 1936. The contrast detect AF of all Panasonic bodies works with all Olympus lenses. Richard Butler: As soon as you change the angle of view, you change the perspective (perspective change is dependent on AOV). Or if you'd rather get less technical and use whole numbers, then 20 vs 20 vs 20 vs 21. M43 were cheaper when they’re first released. The Panasonic G9 is part of the Lumix cameras and uses a durable magnesium alloy body that is both splash and freeze proof up to -10 degrees. Things that mean nothing to a DSLR shooter, are very important to me. The X-Pro2 (which I owned) has a relatively tiny EVF, lags in autofocus compared to the G9, plods along with only a single slow SD card with a shallow buffer and no focus stacking or ability to reliably focus at -4 EV. Could be nice to take some pictures, but I am not sure any camera will work there during winter , And rewards appalling grammar. My GX7 becomes unwieldy with larger lenses. Now, as the year winds down, we're highlighting some of our standout products of the year. May be a 1/3 of a stop max. Although the G9 ISO 100 is called extended, it actually has a very good highlight DR, more in fact compered to many cameras with "native" ISO 100. Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-45mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH OIS ... Jpegs from Post Focus stack — Lumix G9: Most bookmarked in this forum. I assume there is a small (fraction of a second) gap but when I caused this to happen (accidentally) I looked to see if I could detect something missing and, for what I was filming at least, I could not. Great review! - Sensor size does not modify the DOF effect of the focal length, but sensor size does change the angle of view of the same focal length. - When the ambient temperature is high or continuous recording is performed, the camera may stop the recording to protect itself. No. Check the site below to download and install the software. IR is fairly sloppy in that regard and doesn't bother controlling for exposure between different cameras. And, the current m4/3 sensors are not 2 full stops behind in image quality compared to current 35mm ones, it's more like 1+ stops of a difference only., And 100% crops: Cause you won't be using f/16 or f/22 very often on a 35mm camera, the resulted images are way to soft. I did some more testing...At ISO 100 I get a very good image, with no magenta casting in the deep shadows and very good highlights roll of.At ISO 200 the magenta cast is present in the shadows after a severe underexposure/recovery unfortunately. / Mic. 120 min (rear monitor), 120 min (LVF) with H-ES12060, MP4 [4K/60p]: Approx. Shtr Speed / Post Focus / HDR / Shutter Type / Flash Mode / Flash Adjust. Read noise is very closely linked to dynamic range but head room is equally a function of saturation point and metering. 978g / 2.16 lb (SD card x 1, Battery, H-ES12060 lens included). :). ot. The GX7 is a very nice camera, but it's not reviewed in the same category as the G9 and there's five years of difference between them. The recall too shows that Nikon had serious problems. It is a great camera in its own way, and if you really want the best low light performance then it is a better choice than the G9- unless your scenarios can benefit from IBIS. Offering a versatile feature-set to please photographers and videographers alike, the black Lumix DC-GX9 from Panasonic is a Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera that is also characterized by its rangefinder-inspired body design and sleek form factor. but in spec some differents too. ***** Firmware must be updated to the latest version 1.1. The Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN is for the photographer who wants a focal length that falls squarely between 50mm and 85mm. In fact it was her work with the Oly that finally convinced me that the huge heavy back aching DSLR was not really needed- Why is a bigger sensor losing out to the G9 in so many ways? $500 off on Panasonic G9: $997.99 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama. What’s the best camera for around $2000? But if you obsess about image quality to the exception of all else, larger sensors win. - MP4 motion pictures with [MP4] in [FHD]: - You can continue recording without interruption even if the file size exceeds 4 GB, but the motion picture file will be divided and recorded/played back separately. It's harder for a small sensor to do the shallow aspect of that. realy i like your reviews. No need to drag many big lenses when you can have tiny gems like 45mm 1.8 which will do 95% of the job of their FF counterparts. . So pour a tall cold one and get ready to treat yourself, 2020 style. 110 min (rear monitor), 110 min (LVF) with H-ES12060, MP4 [4K/30p]: Approx. The Panasonic Lumix DC-G9 is a speed-oriented Micro Four Thirds camera. A joystick controller smoothly selects focus blocks inside the focusing area grid overlay. G9 might be similar or a bit worse. G9 looks great. I have a GX7 for business travel and its touchscreen controls are excellent. In the other is the Panasonic G9 – two years old, but sporting an impressive mid-life firmware update. The more competition, the beter the products. don't think the g9 can match the current APS-C offer, especially in high ISO performance. Still, there are enough mitigating factors that some individuals may prefer or at least decide to use a G9. ): Auto*, Auto/Red-eye Reduction*, Forced On, Forced On/Red-eye Reduction, Slow Sync., Slow Sync./Red-eye Reduction, Forced Off *For iA, iA+ only. But, as a starting point, 2EV gets you very close to the right answer (especially in a time where Sony Semiconductor is acting as chip supplier to pretty much everyone except Canon and Leica). The Panasonic LUMIX G9 mirrorless camera was built for the modern professional photographer. Why is it that you guys never do a proper comparison (in terms of hit rate) between DFD and OSPDAF mirrorless and DSLRs. - If you want the same DOF effect as a FF camera you just buy a 75mm or 100 mm m43 lens and stand further away from the subject. I also never liked colors of the Lumix for photos. Panasonic DC-G9 Overview Hands-On Review | Panasonic Lumix G9 Panasonic has taken a different approach to camera development with the stills-focused DC-G9 Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Camera, which has a variety of newly developed functions and features that will appeal to photographers. I’m in the market and looking at the DC-G9. the XPro has dual SD card slots, not one, and the speed of the card is determined by the card, not the camera. Gh5s>Gh5=g9>em1ii. Built for Performance. I haven't had a lot of extended time to spend with the camera, but I plan next weekend to go for a hike and see if that helps me make my decision. I don't think I've ever done that. @VisualFX: You know that this pic was taken with a Canon 7D? / Mic Level Adj. I shot several tests and only once found it, in this particular scenario only. Paul, i have the same thought. My bad on forgetting about the dual cards on the Pro2. Because Panasonic uses one of the very few advantages of mirrorless: large and bright viewfinders, larger than it would be possible with a mirror. Astro, I like the idea of it being 'slightly' bigger, but an MFT sensor is 225 sq mm, and the Fuji is 368 sq mm. ;), true mike.but not just one test let me buy this cam. 'What's the best mirrorless camera?' It's due to what they are used to, they (most sportsshooters) prefer DSLR's.And around a basketball field or tennis field I understand it cause you don't need to move much and can cover almost everything from one point.That won't hold for soccer and F1, the big gear is a hindrance and this is where m43 come in very handy. High ISO noise virtually identical to the 7D2. Yeah why they don't include PDAF (phase detection)? Ask Olympus why the aperture ring of Panasonic lenses does not work o Olympus bodies? But in general it means the processed images really look quite different from direct camera output. Note that the G9 used the 42.5 Nocticron. Mainly Panny Leica 25 vs EF 50 1.2. most test say more than 1600 shots. Enter the Ulanzi ST-09, an adjustable mount that allows you to turn an Apple Watch into a live viewfinder on the rear of your iPhone. So you might be tempted to pass judgement based on these gallery shots. I wish Panasonic would make a gx85 sized camera with the bells and whistles of the G9. Well, I figured I should come back and say that Panasonic released firmware version 2.0 for the G9. Isn't it funny that today we are comparing a pro-DSLR like the Nikon D500 side-to-side with an MFT camera? 130 min (rear monitor), 120 min (LVF) with H-FS12060, Approx. I mentioned this in another G9 topic. The grip felt somehow even bigger than on my canon 40D :-D. I have had the G9 about a week, and am wondering if it's going to be too big for my hands as well. 60 min (rear monitor), 55 min (LVF) with H-FS12060, Approx. FF sensor. - When using an SDXC memory card: You can record a motion picture in a single file. Their website is still promising support this month. Here are some of our favorites. While I don't agree with the explanation for the 'silver' medal over the Olympus' 'gold', the review was hardly mean-spirited. Photographer and YouTuber Todd Dominey has shared a video that details the history of Kodak Aerochrome film, a film stock he says has 'an origin story unlike any other.'. Not sure what was causing you to plod. That's not brand or format bias, it's physics.
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