I agree that the GX85 (GX80 here) is a wonderful platform for the 12-32mm. I
have that lens and body, as well as the tiny Panasonic GM5 body for my cycling.
That body, with the 12-32mm and 35-100mm lenses, is small enough to fit in my
handlebar bag, together with wallet, phone, spare inner tube, candy bar for
bonking emergencies, and other odds and ends. Almost all the landscape photos I
show these days are made with that outfit, which truly delivers on the MFT
promise: small cameras and lenses but still good image quality.
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> On 19 Jun 2020, at 18:11, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Nice shot. Thanks for the review. I've been curious about the camera but a
>> fixed lens may be a limitation for me. I keep debating with myself. I'm
>> always on the alert for the right smallish camera. There was a fstopper
>> article on important camera feature - that is how you like using the camera.
> The one camera that has completely surprised me is the m43 Panasonic
> DMC-GX85 with the kit 12-32 lens. It's compact, light, beyond
> full-featured, and can be configured as either a serious shooting
> machine or a pocketable snap and grab camera. I also have the 45-150
> and 25/1.7 lenses for it. I'm totally in love with the Pana-Leica
> Summilux 15/1.7 and am constantly trying to justify THAT purchase. But
> the GX85 plus the Summilux is the Fuji 100 thingy.
>> om4Ti is forever in my blood - WayneS
> It, and the OM3Ti got out and exercised a few days ago. I'm building
> up a stash of film to process one of these days.
> AG Schnozz
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