Panasonic GX80 Triple lens kit - £599 @ Jessops
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Panasonic GX80 Triple lens kit - £599 @ Jessops

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Found 13th Feb
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX80 Mirrorless Camera in Silver with 12-32mm and 35-100mm Lenses. £599 save £100.
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the third is by redemption and is the 25/1.7

pretty solid price overall
My go to camera w/ Leica 25mm 1.4 pretty much permanently attached... brilliant for the size and cost.
yes very good travel camera with lens 14-140, dont expect superb photos in low light, this isnt full frame, however carrying equivalent full frame kit will kill you... saying that if you go for a holiday with light kit and only one lens this is superb
I have this camera and move it. Good size although surprisingly sturdy. Love the look of it and the quality of the shots it can produce is very impressive. I would suggest that anyone who picks it up get an Olympus 45mm 1.8. Good deal in my eyes.
Cardy_X1 h, 30 m ago

I have this camera and move it. Good size although surprisingly sturdy. …I have this camera and move it. Good size although surprisingly sturdy. Love the look of it and the quality of the shots it can produce is very impressive. I would suggest that anyone who picks it up get an Olympus 45mm 1.8. Good deal in my eyes.


Won't you then lose the auto focus?
Besford1 h, 56 m ago

Won't you then lose the auto focus?


No - autofocus works fine with Olympus lenses.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 14th Feb
Besford5 h, 21 m ago

Won't you then lose the auto focus?



Minstadave3 h, 25 m ago

No - autofocus works fine with Olympus lenses.



If you mix makes, you loose the double VR (or IS, OS, VC, or whatever you want to call it).
Most MFT system have stabilisation in both body and lens, this only works are from the same manufacturer. Mix makes can only one can work.

The AF is fine
deleted5795914th Feb

Its not full frame because its M4/3 I thought that would of been obvious.. …Its not full frame because its M4/3 I thought that would of been obvious.. and not sure what being full frame has to do with low light ability.. this camera is far more than a holiday snapper..


bigger sensor can gather more light so it will always produce less noisy photos, i used 1.4 lenses on both sensors and difference is significant.
deleted5795914th Feb

Its not full frame because its M4/3 I thought that would of been obvious.. …Its not full frame because its M4/3 I thought that would of been obvious.. and not sure what being full frame has to do with low light ability.. this camera is far more than a holiday snapper..


"...would HAVE been obvious..."! aargh!
deleted5795915th Feb

Actually a full frame has larger pixels and therefore can create less …Actually a full frame has larger pixels and therefore can create less noise, but this would only be noticeable at very high ISO's full frame it self doesn't let more light in, as its the lens that lets the light in, any difference would be down to the lenses used, exposure would be exactly the same.I own this camera, and I can tell you its far better than my old Clunky D90 whihc had a bigger albeit cropped sensor. Sample image using a 20mm f1.7 in bad light but shooting easily at ISO 200 on a tripod. there is very little need to worry about noise on this camera. [Image]


ere!... stop changing your name and trying to confuse me!
deleted5795915th Feb

Sample image using a 20mm f1.7 in bad light but shooting easily at ISO 200 …Sample image using a 20mm f1.7 in bad light but shooting easily at ISO 200 on a tripod. there is very little need to worry about noise on this camera. [Image]


My old camera is a Nikon D90. I would have thought this camera, with all its stabilisation, would be hand-holdable for that shot?

I've just bought, though not yet used a D7500, as I could use my old lenses.
I spent ages thinking I would go MFT (M4/3), but chose what I did.
deleted5795915th Feb

Shhh.. Im trying to keep a low profile


ok i'll be sure to mention that to everyone i see so they know too
Besford14th Feb

Won't you then lose the auto focus?


No , auto focus still works fine on it. The gx80 also has inbuilt stabilisation like the Olympus cameras
now 50quid cheaper with camera50 code
cba posting as deal but pretty good
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