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Old 02-08-2014   #1
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DMC-GX7 photos.

Let's see some photos from the GX7 users. I'll start with this one.

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Hmm - maybe there aren't any GX7 users here. Here are a couple more from a series I am finishing up -



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Great photos, I was thinking about to get one. I still using my GF1 very often, and thought the EVF and IBIS will greatly improve the experience with M-lens.
Would you might sharing some of your user experience of GX7?
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Great photos, I was thinking about to get one. I still using my GF1 very often, and thought the EVF and IBIS will greatly improve the experience with M-lens.
Would you might sharing some of your user experience of GX7?
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I use my GX7 in total manual mode. I find the controls to be perfect for this. Manual focus is simple and accurate with both U4/3 and adapted lenses using the focus peaking. I find the EVF to be very good. Some people have experienced color tearing with the EVF and don't seem to like it much. It is the only u4/3 EVF that doesn't vignette when I use it with my glasses on. The 2 axis IBIS works well for me. I also enjoy using the silent mode. With the exception of a few lenses it is completely silent. Of course this works well with adapted lenses. It completely eliminates shutter shock. I use the mechanical shutter when shooting fast moving objects. I have a function button programed to toggle the silent mode on and off. I haven't shot any video with the GX7. For that I use my GH3. I find the size and handling to be just about perfect. I suggest that you check out the GX7 in person before buying one. For me the GX7 has become my favorite.

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Untitled by AmSteinsgraben, on Flickr


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Here are some test shots with the Sigma 60/2.8 DN







I would have taken some more, but it started to rain fairly hard. I was only 50 feet or so from the house.

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You seem to make the dmc-gx7 SING !
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Thanks, Helen. The GX7 is the first digital camera that I really enjoy using manually. It has a film camera feel to it. Manual focus is a breeze with focus peaking. The image files yield very nice 13x19 prints although I rarely make prints that large - typically 11x14 or smaller. With an adapter I am able to use my CV RF lenses, my favorites being the 50/1.5 or the 50/2.5. I would be shooting with a M digital if my budget allowed, but I am not sure it would any more fun than the GX7 - IQ aside.

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Some shots from around the reservoir w/ Pany 20





From the DeYoung Museum today Pany 14-45



The rest w/ Pany 20




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Some beautiful photos here everyone...nice thread
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Some shots using the 12-32 zoom.. This zoom is so small that it is about the size of the Pany 14 pancake lens. The Pany 20 is sharper, but for a kit zoom, this is pretty good.

In camera B&W w/ yellow filter option.. listening to some jazz while having some pizza .. Iso 1600 on this one, normal default noise setting.



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Biomed, some really stellar photos here!
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Biomed, some really stellar photos here!
Thank you, Mark. I have never felt as connected to any camera as I am with the GX7.
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Anyone found a vacuum cleaner belt or other focus grip that will fit these Sigma 60mm lens barrels?

Rubber wrist bracelets are too loose. Ideas?

I miss the grips of the older Sigma 19 & 30mm lenses.
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Anyone found a vacuum cleaner belt or other focus grip that will fit these Sigma 60mm lens barrels?
The smooth barrel doesn't bother me but I can understand why some do not like it. 3M makes some self adhesive grip products that may be useful. They are available in trial packs.
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Some shots from Marin Farmers Market today using the 12-32 pancake zoom, all shots were jpgs converted to B&W using Silver FX pro 2.









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