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Hi all,@aquarian_light I'm not sure what the Pens can do. Thom Hogan talks about them at his site and he uses one, I'm not sure which. The G3 and GH2 generally work about the same, but the GH2 edges the G3 on additional features, but really, there isn't much difference in the images that they produce.As you well know, there are a ton of choices out there, and most of them reasonably take good photos, I'd recommend holding the camera in your hands and seeing if the controls make sense to you. That will make your picture taking experience more pleasurable than anything else.Best of luck and and my best,Mike
Without further ado, what I'm looking for....1-Highly Portable. 2-At least decent image quality.3-Under or around US$400 4-Focus speed is paramount. 5-The look and feel of the camera are mildly important. I like classic looks
I always have my local camera store on speed dial if I need to rent a d800 body incase my primary one craps out at a photo shoot.
Is so true lol the Panasonic 35-100/2.8(70-200 equiv) retails for $1,498, the Tamron 70-200 VC (which is what's on my shopping list) is the exact same price. The panasonic 7-14/4 (12-24 equiv) is 1,000. The point still remains that there are full frame lenses with more, bigger glass that cost less.