Cameras are a fiddly old business, all dials and buttons and flippy-outside displays. Photography itself is no easier, with its discussion of depth of field and color temperature and chromatic aberration. The crowning confusion, though, is camera ranges. Here’s the failure: the Panasonic GX80, a Micro Four Thirds interchangeable-lens camera, is smaller and less complex than the GX8, but greater than the GF variety, the latest of which (the GF8) likely is not coming to the UK. Still with us? Afterward the GX80’s 5-axis detector-based stabilization system, new shutter organization, 4K video and post-shooting refocusing might interest you.
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