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  • Posted on: Panasonic Lumix GX80 Review

    A bit late, but as for how decent the microphone is... it depends. For normal use, I suppose it will do for home videos. But for concerts it's great. I can stand a few meters from a drum set, and there is no distortion. Yes, you will have to use an equalizer to get the best out of it, but it's all there.
    • 21 Sep 2017 4:48AM
  • Posted on: Pentax K-x Digital SLR Review

    To those who say AA are a plus point, do you actually own a DSLR which uses AA batteries? I do, and I loathe it. I had batteries (admittedly they weren't in the best condition anymore) die on me after about 2 minutes and 5 shots. I had 3 sets of AAs with me, and got about 20-30 shots in total. Yes, it was cold (Helsinki in winter), but still I expect a bit more than that. I regularly had my camera shut down because it said the battery was dead, after a few seconds I could switch on the camera again and use it for 100 shots and more (and yes, I do sometimes take 500 photos and more a day).
    My current batteries (which are in a better condition) perform better, but nowhere near a Lithium Ion battery. Furthermore the AF works in slow motion, I have plugged in my external power supply (from Pentax), and the AF is MUCH faster. A DSLR simply needs more power than NiMH batteries can supply. At least Pentax should make Li Ion batteries optional... I had a Motorola cell phone that had it's proprietary battery, but if I wanted to I could put in regular AAs, as a backup. That's what Pentax should do, the best of both worlds (and yes, there are advantages to AA, like being able to get AAs almost everywhere (though that wouldn't have been necessary would it use Li Ion batteries)). But as it is now (AFAIK) Pentax doesn't even want users to use rechargeable RCR-V3 batteries (Lithium Ion based), because of a slightly too high voltage. At least that should be made possible.
    • 23 Oct 2009 2:45PM

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