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Subject: Re: Panasonic GX9 - FAIL (a cheapened GX8)
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2018 06:47:10 +0100
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On 2018-02-14 03:39:42 +0000, RichA said:

> I had the GX8.  It's stabilization for non-stabilized Panasonic lenses 
> was poor, way below that of my Olympus.  But the EVF was superb like 
> looking out a window.  So they "updated" it with the GX9.  What did 
> they do?  Dropped the price $200.  Cut out weather resistance.  The EVF 
> isn't as good.  The stabilization was upgraded to 5-axis.  But what a 
> let-down.  They've essentially dropped the camera into the lower class 
> tier.  This was the only non-DSLR-styled body that was in a high tier 
> as the Gx8.  There were changes to video, but I'm not concerned about 
> that.

I still think that those tiny sensors makes mFT fraudulent...
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