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    • Lenses
      If you're going to use it with the Samsung NX1, I don't think there's a more logical choice than using the native 16-50mm f/2-2.8 which is reported everywhere to be superb and will also be great for shooting stills with. No experience with Samsung myself, but I imagine the image being a little more vivid and modern compared to a bit more laid back and classy Nikon. Both will do, depends if you like the look of the Samsung, but you'd be the first I think not to, so... With a M43 Panasonic though, throw on a focal reducer and you have yourself a f/2 hollywood zoom lens with a nice range on it, natively a 12-35mm f/2.8 would get you close, but it has the modern Panasonic rendering. You can throw on a 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO by Olympus but still f/2.8 and you'd have to avoid handheld just as well as with an adapted Nikon. Going all Nikon, so 28-70mm f/2.8 D, 80-200m f/2.8 D, maybe some primes will get you consistency and great rendering and performance.
    • Sony a6300 4k
      I just wish ergonomics would be better... Just came from a Lumix G7 to a Fuji X-T1. Just needed much more photo IQ than Video. I guess most of us, rookie/amateurish people, want a camera that just works. That's what i felt when switched to the Fuji. G7 ergonomics are great, X-T1 also, a6000 (and predictable a6300) not so much. This is just my opinion, sure, but i guess Sony APS-Cs would sell much more if they were in a mini a7 body. Or do they gave us the choice of which ergonomics to choose.Fuji gives this to photographers (X-E2s vs X-Pro2 vs X-T1) as do Pana and Oly to video-photographers.
      Features look great in this camera though. It´s a Lumix G7 and many mid-level dSLR (d5500, 750d) killer, if buyers want to stay with few or adapted lenses. I guess most m43 and Fuji users won't switch or use it as B-Cam due to the costs of good lenses for Sony.  This will be for new buyers or b-Cam for a7s/a7R users...            
    • Your ideal NX1 Settings
      Cool !! Nice work. What is a V-log curve? A curve to grade Panasonic V-log?
    • Lenses
      only video, improve the nikon 28-70 2.8 17-50 my current Samsung f2 / 2.8?
    • Panasonic G7 and 14-42 Lens - £339 after cashback - Buy @ £539.00
      Hey Julian, which email did you use? I havent been payed either..