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  1. On 19/7/2016 at 8:23 PM, David Bowgett said:

    High street prices are pretty uniformly at £1,000 or thereabouts. Amazon are probably the cheapest of the major retailers, at £930. Then there are sites like SLRHut who use loopholes to drastically undercut UK retailers; they'd sell you an A6300 at a much cheaper price (around £800 or so), but it'd probably be a bit dicey for a non-UK resident to use them, unless you have someone in this country whose address you can use.

    Thank you very much!

    I think slrhut it will be my choice

  2. Hi there...

    I have a preety low budget and i want to buy a camera mainly for video. Now i have the d7100 and its a pain to work with (no apeture in live view bad fixed pattern noise and no exposure indication or histogram). Im thinking to buy a new camera and im between the gx80 and the g7. Will the cinelike profiles of the g7 makes big difference to the nailed down neutral of gx80 in terms of dynamic range? Which one is better option and why? I live in greece and there is no store near with these cameras in stock to go and test them. I will appriciate any help. And sorry for my english. 

  3. I can't get any close to the picture quality that you get from the d5200. I have it and i see high noise levels in dark areas and sometimes that awful horizonal fixed pattern noise, even with the picture profile that you recomment for low light... You apply any noise reduction in D5200 at your tests ? I'll apreciate if you reply ...

    Thanks in advance :)

  4. Greetins there,

    Andrew first of all i would like to say a thanks for all the amazing stuff here... I have the D5200 and i want to ask how do you get this clean image with no banding from D5200??? I'm shooting with the picture profile settings that you recommend, after in premiere i add the "Levels" Filter and i lift the "(RGB) Black Outpout level". And the banding is still there in dim exposed areas .... I'm doing something wrong? 


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