Well, thanks to all of you, I'm now trying to figure out the best way to
purge a lot of stuff from my basement to fund a new body. I'm also
considering going Panny now, thanks to His Mooseness and He Who Lives With
However, I'm much more comfortable with the form factor of something like a
G95 with the battery grip - that's more like my E-M5. So, it's off to
DPReview for research and also off to eBay to unload stuff.
In my youth, I was into firearms for sport. I still have my one 9mm pistol
which I haven't shot in 10 years and will never shoot again. Fortunately,
unlike my camera, it seems to have appreciated significantly since I bought
it new in 1984, so I'm investigating the best way to sell it. If I can get
what I see them going for, it will buy a new body and a grip and a couple
of extra batteries.
Since I have 4 MFT lenses, I really need to stay with that ecosystem, so it
means either Oly or Panny.
On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 2:15 AM Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sadly, I'm kinda agreeing with His Mooseness. I think your camera is BER.
> I say that because it's in the category of yesterday's newspaper. It
> is no longer current, no longer relevant, and not old enough or unique
> enough to be a classic.
> I'm having an absolute blast with the GX85. Not a perfect camera, by
> any means, and the viewfinder is somewhere between the 7th and 8th
> Circle of Hell. But the imager is really amazing and the feature-set
> extremely strong. And it's a camera that is absolutely willing and
> able to go anywhere with me. The form factor is just about perfect.
> Just a touch too small for gloves and I suspect that it will be pretty
> horrid to try and use during the winter months. Yet, it makes me
> For now.
> Until I get something bigger, badder, and no-compromises.
> AG Schnozz
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