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What MIRRORLESS camera do you have?


mikesavage 17 299 2 England
26 Dec 2013 6:51PM
I use the Panasonic G3 - not the latest model obviously, but still a good introduction to the M4/3 system. I notice that Argos have got them at the sale price of 235 c/w the 14-42mm zoom - probably not many left at that price!

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c40uk 7 82 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2013 4:42PM
i have the lumix g6 with 14 140 lens. having sold my canon 50d which was a very good camera also
franken Plus
17 5.1k 4 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2013 9:53PM
I've an Olympus E-PL3 light and a Panasonic G5.

Both work extremely well.

Ken
Nouche 4 4 Switzerland
26 Dec 2015 4:06PM
Hello. For a few years I 've played aroud with a lumix G1, stupidly using it more like a point and shoot. I then bought a Canon powershot SX50 HS which I now keep as a second camera, great for macro. Finally I have a Panasonic GX8 which is great, hopefully even more fun when I manage to get through the manual. I have Panasonic Lenses, 42.5mm, 45-200 and a 100-300. Next buy macro lens!
Niknut Plus
10 2.6k 82 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2015 7:35PM
I've had a Panasonic G1 for some years now......still use it, still love it !!

It gives me great image quality, with the 14-45 lens, though I'd love an Olympus 9-18 wide zoom to accompany it.....I'm just waiting
for ebay to cough one up at a sensible price....I'm in no rush ! GrinGrin
cfreeman 16 794 United Kingdom
26 Dec 2015 11:29PM
I have had a number of the Panasonic G and a LX100. I like how the GX7 and LX100 share the same battery size so travelling light one charger does both and interchangable batteries.

However much that I love the LX100 I have made an acquisition that will probably replace it. I was tempted during a double cashback offer on the G7 recently. I would have preferred the GX8 but it is just too expensive.

Early days and not enough user time to give any feedback but the G7 feels nice in the hand - the grip is nice and the camera deceptively light in weight I'm looking forwards to using it once the weather breaks.
peterjones 18 5.0k 1 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2015 8:59AM
Fuji X system very desirable but not perfect, my 60mm macro went wrong just outside warranty and cost me 103 to correct, they are IMO quirky to use however the system is capable of fantastic image quality which is after all what we in the end want; it is especially great for my interests in so called "street" and travel. I could easily use the system for wedding photography as indeed many do; the high ISO performance of the cameras is outstanding.
kaz1 Plus
9 198 United Kingdom
27 Dec 2015 3:21PM
After winning the Fuji X-M1 a couple of years ago, I upgraded last year to the X-T1. I love it.......it handles well....it's certainly a lot lighter than my Canon..and I have no complaints with the sharpness. As Peter says, you can really push the ISO. Lens wise I have the XF 60mm macro, XF 18-135mm and the XC 50-230mm. Saving hard for the 10-24mm Grin

It is now mostly my 'go' camera, I rarely use the Canon now. I do have an adapter so I can use the Canon lenses on the Fuji if I wish, but the weight, to me, is ridiculous.
bucket 6 32 United Kingdom
28 Dec 2015 9:07PM
Ihave a Sony A6000, with the kit lens 16-50mm. The whole lot goes in my fleece pocket in the Winter, or my trouser pocket in the summer if it needs to. relatively light, with x2 optical zoom, Im love it. 24.3 mP resolution, and bluray quality DVD recording if i want it.
Absolutely fantastic, and definitely a good reason not to return to my old Nikon DSLR, which was so bulky and heavy.

Guy
kaybee 16 7.1k 26 Scotland
21 Jan 2016 5:59PM
I had completely forgotten about this group until EPZ changed the layout today!

I still use Lumix GF1.
This last week I had to resort to using my 'back-up' one (bought last year on flea-bay for 50 with only 3000 shutter actuations) as the original (which has been used virtually every day and done some stupid number of actuations) decided that it has been dropped once too often and the battery cover is in danger of popping open all the time (I think I can fix it though when I get the time).
I also use a GF1 (90 on flea-bay with 300 actuations) which I had converted to Infrared.

Lenses -- 14-45mm, 45-200mm, 20mm and 7.5mm fisheye.
dcash29 14 2.4k England
21 Jan 2016 6:54PM
I have a Sony Nex 6 with a 16-50 kit lens, there is nothing on the market worth upgrading to.
The Nikon Dslr gear stops at home.
tof_oise 3 31 France
8 Feb 2017 12:53PM
Got a :

GF-6

- 14-42mm vario X f3.5/5.6 (to use like a compact camera)
- 45-175mm vario ASPH f4.0/5.6 OIS
DaveRyder Plus
6 4.2k 2 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2017 4:09PM
After a bit of two and froing on lens I've settled (i thnk)

OMD E-M10 (1)
Panasonic 25 f1. 7
Zuiko 45 f1. 8
Tamron 14-150
Zuiko 75-300

Not planning on spending anything but well you know plans...
adrian_w Plus
12 3.8k 4 England
8 Feb 2017 4:33PM
Olympus OMD E-M1
zuiko 14-40mm PRO
zuiko 40-140mm PRO
zuiko 60mm macro
yehon adaptor OM to M4/3 so I have access to all my old OM fit lenses from 24mm wide angle up to 500mm mirror.
Bit of a scary thought; a 500mm mirror on the front of the OMD, I'll need to put it on a tripod I think.
seahawk 13 1.3k United Kingdom
10 Feb 2017 11:19AM
Traded the Nikon gear and just got a Lumix G80 & 12-60mm. Still getting used to it, I plan to get more lenses as and when I can afford it. Looking forward to taking it to Austria in June and really giving it a workout on alpine hikes.

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