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  1. The Sony NEX-6 has a viewfinder - it looks like a perfect pocket camera, if it weren't for the offensive price.
  2. I wonder if all the trouble with Nikons' noise problem is simply due to auto ISO being on for most videos. Check out this vid on how to trick your D5100: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9lx7Hj6dzY[/media] I was watching this, and it occurred to me that the noise might just be the auto ISO, and by limiting it, as this video suggests, you can reduce and eliminate it.
  3. RE: Louvre - in defense of the camera, I saw the soft focus as an operator issue. There are some incredibly sharp clips in there.
  4. According to this video - [url="http://www.43rumors.com/panasonic-us-manager-interview-focus-peaking-may-come-via-fw-update/"]http://www.43rumors....-via-fw-update/[/url] the Panasonic GH3 guys say "right now I don't believe we have focus peaking in it - it wasn't part of the design". See 34:40.
  5. Held one today - it's bigger than the D7000 - weighs about the same. Has pro-sumer appointments that pros could point out. I'm hoping for a Santa Claus discount.
  6. Great short. I was entirely lost in the narrative and couldn't focus on style. Well done!
  7. Maybe explains the sudden price increase for the GH3!
  8. "Genesis" - Shutter lag on the train was pretty pronounced. Nice that they left it in so we could see it rather than fixing it in post. Note to all you videographers - see how not EVERY shot is wide open? You don't need f/1.8 for all your shots just because you can.
  9. They pulled the video. If it's anywhere near $1500, it will be competing with the Nikon D600, which looks like a great camera.
  10. Is it four times as good as a D3200?
  11. Reading a bit on the origin of MFT and found this quote from the people who invented the format. "The Micro Four Thirds System is a new standard based on combining Live View shooting with the Four Thirds System, freeing users from the viewfinder and moving closer to an optimum [b][u]balance between picture quality and compact size[/u][/b]." [url="http://www.four-thirds.org/en/microft/index.html"]http://www.four-thirds.org/en/microft/index.html[/url] And I wish they'd rethink the viewfinder.
  12. Sorry about the mis-posted photo. The Sony and Olympus look so much the same - here's both: [img]http://img.gawkerassets.com/img/17gy52wkgmsvsjpg/xlarge.jpg[/img] I still wish they would use some other material than plastic. Looking forward to seeing the GH3.
  13. I think this sums it up well: [i]comparatively good resolution at a low price, and [u]old[/u] lenses could be adapted without problems[/i] - Axel It's a great way to use all those old MF lenses in the closet, and the video is on par if not better than high end DSLRs. From what rumors I've read about the GH3, Panasonic has added some gravitas to the body with more metal and weatherproofing - that will help the feel of the camera, as will using old MF lenses - or those Voigtlanders! And still there is not a silver bullet camera that does video and stills equally as well as s
  14. [url="http://gizmodo.com/5894623/sony-and-olympus-mirrorless-lens-teardowns-reveal-beautiful-compact-design?tag=microfourthirds"]Just found this article that shows how the MFT lenses are made[/url] - I look at this and wonder - can these possibly be as good as a typical SLR lens? And you know that they maximize profits selling these for $300 a pop. [img]http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/media/2012/03/Sonycore1-1024x328.jpg[/img]
  15. Thanks for the responses - I'm really considering buying the GH2 based entirely on the stellar reviews here and elsewhere. I have quite a few great old lenses that I could use with it. The GH3 could be interesting if they ship it with a decent prime. B
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