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    • £120 Aputure 1080p VS-2 Kit FineHD LCD Field Digital Monitor 7inch V-Screen
      UK based (Twickenham) £120 This monitor was bought to use with my Ronin-m but after selling that I no longer need it. 

      Used once. 

      Great monitor 
      High resolution 1920*1200,Slim and Lightweight IPS screen 
      Features include Focus Peaking in different colours, False Colour for exposure, Histogram, Zebras and Audio Level Meters 

      Package Includes: 

      Monitor 
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      various hdmi cables 
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    • Photokina 2016 preview and summary of the year in video so far
      Spoken by someone who hasn't used the XC10 I presume?
    • Photokina 2016 preview and summary of the year in video so far
      Price, lens, aperture, FPS. Will be a refined mix of all that probably.
    • Photokina 2016 preview and summary of the year in video so far
      The crop on the X-T2 isn't too bad, really. The real weakness appears to be the requirement of the battery grip to get the headphone jack, and reasonable record times in 4K. Depends on the kind of shooting you do, of course, but those two things would bother the hell out of me. It'll be interesting to see how Canon screws up the XC15 that's coming. I don't know if that's supposed to be at Photokina or later, though. Nothing is known about it at this time other than that it's coming.
    • New camera...too much choice :/
      I don't know what the guy is talking about, as he seems to say the images are too flat but then a 1 inch sensor in the RX100 is ok??? Anyhow, there are plenty of great images shot on the olympus system, and the PRO zoom lenses are some of the best and are small for their focal lengths. There are many other great systems out there, so you need to look at your style of shooting and what is most important to you.  If IQ is king and you don't care about size and weight, then save up for a Pentax 645Z.  But if you want something you can take with you anywhere, that are fun to shoot with, and have some pretty nice innovative features (like live composite mode, high resolution mode, great IBIS that allows handheld shots at 1/4-1/2 sec).  Also, check out John Brawley's latest video on the EM5ii and see if the IQ of that is good enough for what you are going to shoot?  I think if you are only delivering to the web then its fine, and your viewers are going to notice other things more than the IQ. Anyhow get what fits your needs, not what everyone else is using or are raving about at the moment. It what you do with it that counts not what you are doing it with.