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  1. Not to be annoying but could you guess as to when you'd publish your final review on the RX10 ii, Andrew?
  2. I think its interesting to compare the new RX100 M4 / RX10 M2 sensor to the non-BSI version (announced June 2012) and see the regression in picture quality. Sony RX100 vs Sony RX100 M4 http://***URL removed***/reviews/image-comparison/fullscreen?attr18=lowlight&attr13_0=sony_dscrx100m4&attr13_1=sony_dscrx100&attr13_2=panasonic_dmclx100&attr13_3=canon_g7x&attr15_0=jpeg&attr15_1=jpeg&attr15_2=jpeg&attr15_3=jpeg&attr16_0=800&attr16_1=800&attr16_2=800&attr16_3=800&normalization=full&widget=1&x=0.29692982456140365&y=-0.6079499860035459 Change around the from 800 to 125 to see that the picture has gotten worse over the last 3 iterations in the entire ISO range.
  3. Probably like a gift, or someone used it, put it on camera once and back in the package. I'd buy it if they have a good rating. A lens isn't likely to need its warranty, and since you're not using PDFAF on the GH2/3 there are no defocusing issues.
  4. What kind of battery life for the GM1 using video are you guys getting?
  5. I'm pretty sure OIS works :) Does anyone know if there is an AutoISO setting in manual mode?
  6. You can add me to the list of guys waiting for the GH3 ebook... :)
  7. Hi guys, I just got my first Panasonic camera after reading many reviews on it - the GH3. I've been trying to figure this out and found a few dpreview posts in which most say it can't be done, but some say it can, without providing an explanation. Frankly I seriously can't believe this limitation exists. Someone please tell me I missed something.. I wanna film in 24p, set aperture to 2.8, exposure to 1/50th (since 1/48 isn't available) and use AutoISO. Like I have for many years, on other cameras. Except of course there is only ISO 200 to 6400 available. I have a variable ND filter but that doesn't replace AutoISO. This is a vacion movie so I want a good balance between good quality and ease of use... Any ideas? Cheers, Raphael
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