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    Default Panasonic G5 Compact System Camera

    Checked it out in shops yesterday think its ideal one for me hold.

    Got viewfinder that be useful and similar build to a dslr.

    Price 289 does anyone know twin lens deal anymore or good price for extra lens?

    Is this good value for price got 500 to spend

    Thanks for any tips

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    hi you are well one the way to it being right now what do you shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave View Post
    hi you are well one the way to it being right now what do you shot
    I want be able to take close up and like take sunsets so landscape.

    I only ever want 2 lens will be always able pick lens up with csc as I know limited. Plus if I upgraded camera in few years to another Panasonic should be able keep lens?

    Just think this model ideal nice hand size only got little hands lol

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    looking at the price it seems reasonable to me check it out on google

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave View Post
    looking at the price it seems reasonable to me check it out on google
    Anyone bought of Wilkinson Cameras its cheaper on there site would recommend?

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    this a local store for me they are really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave View Post
    this a local store for me they are really good
    Thanks Wave was in currys and was told Olympus lenses are compatible with Panasonic so could be useful.

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    For wide angle lenses you will be fine with Olympus on a Panasonic camera. For telephoto, which is anything over 50mm in m4/3 in my opinion, stick with Panasonic lenses due to these having image stabilisation built in where Olympus lenses don't.

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    Thanks for the advice not many Panasonic lenses I can afford and only want 2 I think. The 45-150 which is just under 200 right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claireb View Post
    Thanks for the advice not many Panasonic lenses I can afford and only want 2 I think. The 45-150 which is just under 200 right now.
    Look for alternatives. I bought a G6 complete with 14/140, which does everything I personally need apart from macro, for a very sweet price just before Christmas.

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