Sooooo.... the general consensus is that between an E-M1 Mk II, E-M5 MkII,
and a G-95, I'd be happier with the G-95?
I know that I could still use my investment in lenses and flashes with any
of the three, so that levels the playing field somewhat.
On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 8:02 PM Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Nope. Those flashes are full-function on the Panasonics. The entire
> 4/3 and m43 series use the same flash.
> On Tue, Sep 10, 2019 at 4:24 PM Paul Braun <pbraun42@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Another thing I need to consider - I have two flashes - my FL-50 and
> > FL-600R. If I jump to the Panny camp, will i lose those? That would mean
> > an additional $300 or so for new flashes.
> > On 9/10/19 12:05 : , Ken Norton wrote:
> > >> 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.
> > > For me, it depends. I really like left-hand-cradle camera/lens
> > > combinations. And the GX85 actually does balance pretty well in the
> > > hand in that regard. However, for whatever reason, the camera feels
> > > awkward for shooting verticals. I think it has to do with the horrid
> > > viewfinder combined with the touch screen and the unfortunate
> > > placement of the neck strap lug.
> > >
> > > AK (Dances with Mooses) Schnozz
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