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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 is a mirrorless camera with 4/3 (2.0x) sensor and 16.1 megapixels manufactured from 2012 to 2013 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 6 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 400 €;
8 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Pros:Pro: Compact, lightweight, versatile and usable with both automatic and A or S priority or Manual controls, twisted display, excellent video quality, good Jpeg and Raw (RW2) power and easy to manipulate in PP. Great value for the price of the used.
Cons:not tropicalized, file quality a bit lower than its contemporary Olympus.
Opinion:I bought it used to bring it to the mountain on railroads, and in difficult situations. He never let me walk, even though the batteries are the weakest side, but with a stock of 3-4 pieces you can work diligently. First I used the Nikon Coolpix S3000 and the quality acquired with the change was remarkable. Dimensions, weight, the ability to automatically or prioritize, or in a manual, are the strengths in my opinion and the use I make. RnThe autofocus, and all the controls it is equipped with. Very much appreciated dual-use twisted display / digital viewfinder. The controls are ergonomic and practical but probably those who have big hands and big fingers will find it more complicated to use the small buttons.rnThankly appreciated the videos that are running higher than those of the Olympus Pen and the P5. The coupled Pana G5 and Lumix 14-45 is great: good results in terms of sharpness, chromatic reproduction, white balance, and ...weight. You can walk around for a long day, even in the mountains, without being heard and endured. It has the ability to take photos in perfect silence without the release of the least sound. The performance is high with the neo of non-tropicalization ... you can not have it all. rnRecommended rn
Cons:tropicalization missing, a wheel controls in my opinion too sensitive that sometimes compromises the selection
Opinion:avvicinatomi recently to photography after compact camera, bridge (Olympus and Pana) I landed in fact I chose this machine in the hope that would fit my needs '... the answer' .... si.Leggera, performance (limited to its Sensor) technology .... too, he would say everything, missing perhaps among the important things tropicalization but 'would have further increased the price, good viewfinder display versatile, ergonomic controls for me (I come from the FZ 48), except the selection wheel on the right ... and that 'too sensitive, I would say that for those who are not' fixed with the world SLR and 'a good, perhaps very good alternative, certainly if they were an APS-C ..... add that I coupled to a 14-140 lens with which I cover 90% of my scatti.non video but I do know that even here good quality 'G.
Pros:Small, light, fast mirrorless, video quality compared to competitors mirrorless excluding series gh, display articulated convenient for shooting video or from unusual angles.
Cons:Little noisier of olympus current
Opinion:Taken for a trip to an area where it is best not to attract attention, and when I could not bring too much hand luggage. Definitely better than any compact while not much bigger. The swiveling display and swivel allows shooting from unusual positions. Pictures it produces are very similar to those of my EM1, must make enlargements pushed to notice a faint noise in the most, I think not more than 1/3 of the diaphragm. From the point of view video triumphs with any Olympus. Convenient touch screen. Quick focus and precise, continuous af acceptable, equal to that of an entry level SLR.
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