OK, I'm confused. Panasonic still has it listed as a current model...
Oh. Now that I look, the review is from 2014! Dang. Nope - don't want
anything that old. Strange that Panny still lists it as current.
They liked the viewfinder a lot more than the G95's which they said was
more or less adequate.
For my way of shooting, I much prefer the SLR-style body, especially with
the extra battery grip for verticals. I've tried the Leica-ish body styles,
and don't like the way they feel as much.
I'm in the early stages - I have a lot more research. I may just pony up
for the flat-rate repair on the E-M5 to buy myself some more time and give
myself a spare backup body.
On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 1:01 PM Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 9/10/2019 10:39 AM, Paul Braun wrote:
> > Right now, I'm really considering a GH-4.
> Wow, you really 'em big, heavy and, in this case, old.
> > DP Review really likes it,
> That should be "liked", past tense. If they reviewed it today, against
> contemporary models, it would not score high. The
> GH-4 is a couple of generations old. At the pixel level, it's
> significantly less clear than the G95, even slightly less
> clear in details than the E-M5 you've been using.
> Take a look here, and change a couple of the panes to G95 and E-M5.
> Then up the ISO, and watch as the GH-4 fuzzes out, compared to the others.
> Just sayin' Moose
> What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
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