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mark moe

mark moe

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  • Shopping:

    Just looked at the two cameras in person the Sony looks and feels like Leica in quality versus the Panasonic.

    I like Sony's aperture ring I use aperture shift a lot they way. I think....

  • Shopping:

    Just looked at the two cameras in person the Sony looks and feels like Leica in quality versus the Panasonic.

    I like Sony's aperture ring I use aperture shift a lot the way I think....

  • Meh, I owned a couple highly touted bridge camera s (most recent fz 50).

    Their 4/3 may be as good or better but I have way more apprehension from a Panasonic cameras than Sony. Little things like...

  • Meh, I owned a couple highly touted panasonic bridge cameras (most recent fz 50).

    Their 4/3 may be as good or better but I have way more apprehension from a Panasonic cameras than Sony. Little...

  • No... The Nikon lacks key features... But still a good camera.

    Check out how much a Nikon lens to match the Panny and Sony cost... Wait they don't offer one..

  • As good in a first hand experience?

  • Curious did DP review update their Mano o Mano with Panasonic... Their $500 price difference was not accurate for. The get go and now does the fulcrum move towards Sony?

  • Curious did DP review update their Mano o Mano with Panasonic...? Their $500 price difference was not accurate from The get go and now does the fulcrum move towards Sony?

    Both camera are cool...

  • Curious why 4K is such a big deal to you?

    If you are thinking years ahead, then why a camera today?

    Heck, Blue-ray hasn't really beat DVD yet... the incremantal gains are small... The key is...

  • Can you confrim that the Panasonic had Hand held HDR, Twight mode and sweep panorama tha t match Sony? These feature are great; my last Panasonic the FX-50 was behind the 8 ball on these key...

  • So which of the two would you use in light rain?

    I don't think (normal) people view this as a underwater camera but my experience with Sony weather resistance has been proven.

  • I read that Sony has optical stabilization...

  • So how did some wether sealing in the above posters wors become not significant...? For example, recent vacation hiking in a fantastic photo area but crazy off and on showers..

    No sealing to me...

  • So how did some weather sealing in the above posters words become not significant...? For example, recent vacation hiking in a fantastic photo area but crazy off and on showers..

    No sealing to me...

  • I'm not a fanboy owned MANY products from both companies....

    Sony has three camera features I use all the time:

    1. Twilight mode: many shots a emerged to reduce noise-- great
    2. sweep panorama...

  • I'm not a fanboy owned MANY products from both companies....

    Sony has three camera features I use all the time:

    1. Twilight mode: many shots a merged to reduce noise-- great
    2. sweep panorama...

  • I like that Sony is weather sealed... I like tropical vacations and rain is a factor. I like its ND feature a lot too.

    The extra zoom of the Panasonic does mean as much as the above to me.

  • Wow! That is remarkable....

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