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Canon SX 40 HS + Panasonic GH1/7-14

Larry E30

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Larry E30 Silver Member Donor Ribbon awarded for his generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Nikonian since 27th May 2009
Tue 05-Feb-13 04:05 AM | edited Tue 05-Feb-13 04:09 AM by Larry E30

Powerhouse combo/master (P+S) set up.Nice carry bag too.

First day out - with this combo ... and I decided to sell my maxxed out D5100 system.
Why change lenses when I can have two light cameras around my neck - with NO lens changing !

For what I'm doing - this works great / D5100 will do better...but...I think I found "me".!This is where I'm happy.

My D5100 system is near top knotch...and will serve someone real well...

Now I know the Canon has a smaller sensor...by results,I'm happy.(And by can do too).

So...I plan to treat these two cameras as one outfit.
So
,here's a small outting with this (outfit).
You can tell Canon...it's set to square - that I love.

Panasonic is set to 4:3....for what I like in hight and wieth.

I had a wonderful time...

Larry

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