Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 12.1MP Compact System Camera Kit with 14-42mm Lumix G VARIO f/3.5-5.6 ASPH MEGA OIS Lens - Black

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 12.1MP Compact System Camera Kit with 14-42mm Lumix G VARIO f/3.5-5.6 ASPH MEGA OIS Lens - Black

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 12.1MP Compact System Camera Kit with 14-42mm Lumix G VARIO f/3.5-5.6 ASPH MEGA OIS Lens - Black

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF3 maximum shutter speed is 60 seconds and there's also a Bulb option for exposures up to 4 minutes long, which is excellent news if you're seriously interested in night photography. The shot below was taken using a shutter speed of 15 seconds at f/8 at ISO 100. I've included a 100% crop of the image to show what the quality is like. The camera takes the same amount of time again to apply noise reduction, so for example at the 15 second setting the actual exposure takes 30 seconds. It’s not only the GF3’s weight and proportions that have diminished. The rear thumb wheel has gone as have the hot shoe and electronic viewfinder port, while the earlier stereo mics have been replaced with a mono one. There are some gains too though, with Photo Style presets introduced on the G3 and Creative Control effects reminiscent of the Olympus Pen’s Art modes.

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Description A.N.I. GF3 Mini Spot Repair Spray Gun Our Opinion: beats any gun at this price point. Well machined internals. Basic finish handle, functionality great. Italian quality at Chinese prices. By far the biggest change in terms of GF3 handling is the omission of the thumb push-wheel. I really missed this control: using the A and S modes and program shifting in P mode is just a little less natural when you have to shift your thumb down to the control wheel. To be fair, the GF3’s touch screen reduces the need for physical buttons and it isn’t the only manufacturer to simplify the control layout. It’s also interesting that both Olympus and Sony have reserved touch screens for their higher-end ILC models – the E-P3 and NEX-5N, opting for customisable buttons on the entry-level E-PL3 and NEX-C3 instead. Personally, I love buttons, but I think Panasonic has got the right idea and a simplified button layout with functions migrated to the touch-screen will appeal more to the market the GF3 is aimed at.

I had this camera for a short period of time but took two trips with it: one to Avila Beach (near Monterey) and another trip to Disneyland in Anaheim. I had it paired with the Panasonic 20mm f 1.7. I was really impressed by how well the image quality turned out and how sharp the images were, too. I have owned several m4/3 cameras (Olympus EPL1, Olympus EPL6, Panasonic GX1) and this combo (GF3 + 20mm) outperformed them. I absolutely regret getting rid of both the camera and lens. The active cone clutch lever controls the drive, once you let go of the lever the cutter bar will stop with the engine still running. For further safety of the operator the drive lever is equipped with a double control to avoid any involuntary actions. The double control can be activated with only one hand. At the time of introduction on 13 June 2011, the GF3 was the world's smallest and lightest digital interchangeable lens system camera. [2] AVCHD with picture quality set to [SH]: Approx. 160 min with H-FS014042 / Approx. 170 min with H-H014

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The top of the GF3 has a microphone, monoaural speaker, cleverly designed built-in pop-up flash, dedicated button for the Intelligent Auto mode which lights blue when turned on, tactile shutter button, on/off switch, and a one-touch movie button. The Panasonic GF3 has a dedicated button for opening the cleverly designed pop-up flash. Given the small size of the GF3, fitting a built-in flash was no mean feat, as proven by the double-hinged design which is quite a technical achievement. Although not particularly powerful with a guide number of just 6.3, the GF3's flash is perfectly adequate for fill-in effects at close-quarters. Archived copy". Archived from the original on 21 May 2012 . Retrieved 26 August 2011. {{ cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) This being said, given that Panasonic's chief rivals (Olympus and Sony) have either released or at least talked about producing a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera targeted to the enthusiast market, we wouldn't be surprised if Panasonic has similar plans. One could even argue that in positioning the GF3 so unambiguously as an upgrade for compact camera users, Panasonic creates a gap in its G-series lineup waiting to be filled by just such a camera.

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By ISO 1600 noise is becoming more visible as the image begins to soften, but only at higher magnifications. At more regular sizes images shot at this sensitivity still remain very usable. With all the Panasonic cameras I've owned, I've never mounted a hot-shoe flash. The times I use flash are on umbrellas which can be fired with either wireless triggers or I suppose you could slave a flash and fire it from the hot-shoe flash, but I haven't tried this so I don't know if it works. The Lumix GF3 body has no in-built stabilisation, but the 14-42mm kit lens is optically stabilised using the same MEGA O.I.S lens-shift system available on the Lumix compact range. The obvious downside is if you want stabilisation, you’ll need to choose a lens which features it, whereas the built-in stabilisation of the Olympus bodies works with any lens you attach, including primes and wide-angles. There are other optically stabilised lenses in the Panasonic Micro Four Thirds range, but it tends to be reserved for zooms. Neither the 14mm f2.5 nor 20mm f1.8 pancake primes are stabilised – unless of course you mount them on an Olympus body – which can be frustrating if you’re filming handheld video with the GF3.Before I get this camera, I did quite some extensive research on it. Let's talk about the cons people concern about. The major complaints for this camera are that: The Lumix GF3 retains the same shooting modes as its predecessor. Pressing the shooting mode icon displays a screen with, iA, iA+, P, A, S, M, Custom and scene modes. There’s a new addition called Creative Control which, were it on an Olympus, from where it is clearly inspired, would be called Art filters. The GF3’s creative control modes include Expressive, Retro, High Key, Sepia, High Dynamic and Miniature. Battery Charger, AV Cable, USB Connection Cable, Shoulder Strap, Stylus pen, CD-ROM / * Body cap not included for DMC-GF3C kit and DMC-GF3W kit / ** Lens rear cap of H-H014 lens not included for DMC-GF3C kit and DMC-GF3W Kit When you operate the zoom, the zoom will stop at positions corresponding to predetermined distances.



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