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For sale is a like new Panasonic G7 with box and all acessories and kit lens, bought it in December 2016 to try it out liked it but want something more, has no signs of use and is in perfect condition. Also included is a Zhongyi Lens Turbo ii, Nikon to M43 adapter, like new also, comes with box and all that came with it. Item is located in Portugal, price is 550€ for the set shipping is extra, for any more info or details please pm me.
The buskers around Shinjuku station, Tokyo, shot on an E-M5. On the wide shots the codec craps out completely, but the medium shots with some subject separation it looks OK. Terrific fun to shoot with. I might trade it in for an E-M1 regardless of what happens with rumoured firmware, just for the extra mbps. I finally worked out how to set the IS focal length correctly when using a focal reducer. I still can't get film grain to look any good after it's gone through the vimeo upload process though. This was a large prores proxy file, and in most of the shots it looks like mud.
Hi, I have a Zhongyi Lens Turbo that fits fine on my Panasonic G6, but I recently noticed that it doesn't attach to my neglected Olympus OM-D E-M5. It will sit flush in the mount, but then you can't turn it at all to lock it in place, not even a fraction of a mm. I think i've probably had the Lens Turbo a little too long to return now. It didn't occur to me to test it on the E-M5, as I've been shooting so much with the G6, and it worked fine on that. Has anyone ever experienced anything like this either with a Lens Turbo, or with other adaptors or lenses? Should I try to force