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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!



    imaging-resource's hands-on preview
    http://www.imaging-resource.com/PROD...F1/DMCGF1A.HTM

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!



    Both works with the GF1

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    hope low light performance would be nice.. if it is.. then I might get one *wink *wink hahaha

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    =but then better is relative=

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    Ryan: Just check out images from teh Pana G1/GH1 Oly E-P1, they're pretty similar and frankly very good sensor/processing designs.

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    Wink Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    David, Time to get one eh
    Exposure to the Son will keep us from getting burned. To God be all the Glory

    Daniel -- Pitik Shooter na Tsambero!!!!

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    "bili bili na mga suki, Lumix LX3 murang mura" haha

    will this trigger a flood of 2nd hand LX3's in the market?

    EDIT: forgot to say "used.. LX3's" haha
    == I just hope that I won't be that guy who just happens to own a better camera ==
    =but then better is relative=

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    Ryan: doubt it, the GF1 is a lot larger (and more expensive) than the LX3, it's a totally different segment.

    Dan: All in due time hehe... I wanna see how the silver one looks in real life... That EVF is great, but a bit pricey at $200 (or I'm just being cheap, as usual haha)

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    David, I have to keep wiping the saliva off my mouth over this hahahaha
    Exposure to the Son will keep us from getting burned. To God be all the Glory

    Daniel -- Pitik Shooter na Tsambero!!!!

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!

    Curious, if Leica again shamelessly rebrands the GF1 for its own brand, will they remove the grip like they did with the LX? The GF's grip seems to be a very good design according to reviewers so far and if they take that out, it would be hard to hold a camera of that size without a protruding grip.

    The thought of a SUMMILUX-M 24 mm f/1.4 ASPH on the GF1 is just droolfest.

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    Re: Panasonic's Possible Answer for the E-P1 - Panasonic GF1!



    I was drooling over the GH1 then the GF1 comes along. This would be nice for its size.

 

 

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