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Panasonic DMC-GX85 Camera + 12-32mm Lens + 45mm-150mm Lens EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Mirrorless Camera (black or silver) + 12-32mm Lens + 45mm-150mm f/4.0-5.6 ASPH Lens for $597.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sslkop

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

16MP Live MOS Sensor
Micro Four Thirds System
2.76m-Dot 0.7x Electronic Viewfinder
3.0" 1.04m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
UHD 4K Video Recording at 30/24 fps
Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
ISO 25600 and 10 fps Shooting with AF-S
DFD AF System, 4K Photo Modes
5-Axis Image Stabilization, Dual I.S.
Lumix G Vario 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens
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It's 4K 30FPS, with 5-axis video stabilization.
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So... same price as the adorama deal last week... but rather than having a $100 gift card to spend only @ adorama... you can spend that saved $100 anywhere.

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So... same price as the adorama deal last week... but rather than having a $100 gift card to spend only @ adorama... you can spend that saved $100 anywhere.

Good deal.
Yes, cash is always better than a gift card.woot
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This is seriously tempting. Great rig. Great deal.

I already have a fine Nikon D5100 and Nikon 1 rig with lenses. Totally don't need it. But this is probably what I'd buy if I were starting over today.

Must... Resist...
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the nikon d3400 is much better at signal to noise and dynamic dynamic range, and probably cost less. How is it a better deal guys? Also it doesn't even have a aps-c size sensor, instead a 4/3, which is much smaller
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the nikon d3400 is much better at signal to noise and dynamic dynamic range, and probably cost less. How is it a better deal guys? It's using a 4/3 sensor, not even aps-c size
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the nikon d3400 is much better at signal to noise and dynamic dynamic range, and probably cost less. How is it a better deal guys? It's using a 4/3 sensor, not even aps-c size
It's 4K 30FPS, with 5-axis video stabilization.
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the nikon d3400 is much better at signal to noise and dynamic dynamic range, and probably cost less. How is it a better deal guys? Also it doesn't even have a aps-c size sensor, instead a 4/3, which is much smaller
What about 5 axis image stabilization and 4k video?
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Just had my Sony dslr and all its lenses stolen and looking to start with a new camera. Would this be a good start?
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It's 4K 30FPS, with 5-axis video stabilization.
​k, that explains
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A mic port would have made this a killer camera. Although Panasonic's AF really isn't too great unfortunately.
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Just had my Sony dslr and all its lenses stolen and looking to start with a new camera. Would this be a good start?
The only reason I'm not jumping on this is because it doesn't have line in audio. IF that doesn't matter to you, since you can record separate audio and sync in post, then go for it.
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Just had my Sony dslr and all its lenses stolen and looking to start with a new camera. Would this be a good start?
Depends in your needs really. What are you looking to do with it.
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