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    Default Re: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 - Lagi Even More Samples


    14-42mm - iA, 14mm, 1/125, f4.0, iso160


    14-42mm - iA, 24mm, 1/200, f4.5, iso160
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    Default Re: Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 - Lagi Even More Samples


    14-42mm - iA, 42mm, 4sec, f5.6, iso160


    45-200mm - iA, 200mm, 5sec, f5.6, iso160
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    Well done .. I'm impress at the sharpness and the ISO ... Good review Thanks

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    How will u compare is to gh2? On par or better?

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    wow, thanks for the review. Are those on yr flickr the original size? I hope not because the largest i saw was 1200 x 801.

    Thanks for sharing, very helpful.
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    Default Re: Review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3

    Quote Originally Posted by b00n12 View Post
    How will u compare is to gh2? On par or better?
    the G, GH, and the GF look to serve different market segments, termed as Standard, Creative HD Hybrid, and Stylish Flat Design respectively, you can choose the camera thet best suits your needs.

    If flexibility in capturing movies is important to you, the GH series may be more suited for your needs.

    Quote Originally Posted by JacePhoto View Post
    wow, thanks for the review. Are those on yr flickr the original size? I hope not because the largest i saw was 1200 x 801.

    Thanks for sharing, very helpful.
    apologies, pics were captured in L jpeg. i have upgraded to a pro account so that i can share full size photos.

    i'll upload the L jpegs of the sample pics over the weekend. thanks for the feedback.

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    Default Re: Review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3

    all samples have been updated with original (unedited) L-size jpegs (4576 x 3056)... pls note that these full sized pics are 4-5MB in size.

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    Great job! A very cool review. Tempted me to get one too.

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    Default Re: Review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3

    Quote Originally Posted by masalatikka
    I was contemplating on purchasing this camera as an upgrade from my G2 and needed some help

    -do you find the new grip handles ok when working with heavier manual focus legacy lenses?

    - Have you tried the 100-300mm Lumix lens on this?
    i'd assume that you're referring to the Lumix G 100-300mm F4-5.6 OIS (520g). while i have not tried the 100-300, i have tried it with the 45-200 (380g), ZF Planar-Marko 100/2 (680g), and the AF-D 200/4 Micro (1190g). admittedly, the latter 2 were on the tripod.

    but you get the sense small size of the G2 doesn't nec match up well with large lenses. but that's not entirely true, holding the camera and lens about balance and control, if it is camera heavy - you hold the camera more firmly, if the lens is heavy - your balance would be on your front hand holding the lens, with the other to "guide" the camera. together with the Mega OIS offered by the 100-300, good holding technique and good breathing technique, shooting effective 200-600mm shouldn't be any issue.

    however, this may not be so with lenses at this range without the OIS... good holding and breathing technique would become even more critical.


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