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    In the Barn



    Just testing out my new Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 with the 14-42 lens (I also got the 20mm as well)

    I am loving it so far.

    I scratched the hell out of the lens on my Canon G10, and needed another camera while it is being repaired.

    I think I'll be giving the G10 to my wife and shooting the GF2 from now on.


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    Re: In the Barn

    Congratulations on your new GF2. It's a much, much better camera than the Canon G10. I look forward to seeing more photos from your new camera!

    What do you think of the touchscreen display? I've been using the Olympus E-P3, which also has a touchscreen display. I mostly like it, although sometimes it gets activated by accident and starts taking pictures while the camera is hanging around my neck. That's annoying and I wish there was a mechanical switch to turn it on and off.
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    Re: In the Barn

    Yeah the touch screen is a great improvement IMHO.

    I haven't had the issue with it taking pictures by itself yet, but I could see that happening.

    I tend to switch it on and off so far.

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    Re: In the Barn

    A couple more shots from today.

    I am really loving this camera.

    Picked up a 100-300mm lens this morning.

    It's a good thing.



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