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#AMA ► Flex LED Unboxing, Lens for Real Estate Interior, and More!

Photo Moment - February 28, 2018

It's time for another AMA… waddayawannaknow? We unboxed a flex LED from FJ Westcott, there were questions about Real Estate Photography, lenses and cameras, polarizer filters, settings in camera modes, and much more


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IMO The GX9 is definitely NOT an upgrade for the G80/G85, however the G9 would be considered an upgrade. Sadly Joseph has done very few comparisons (if any) of the GX9 to other Panasonic cameras. He was asked on an earlier video the difference between 12-60mm f/2.8-4 and the 12-60 f/3.5-5.6. He didn't know...said he'd never used the f/3.5-5.6 and simply assumed the 2.8-4 would be better. He's not wrong, but as a Panasonic luminary he should know the details of every camera and every lens. He should not just push for the more expensive product. I emailed him recently on another subject and got a very vague answer. I am less impressed each time I watch!
You seem to be under the impression that I’m an employee of Panasonic and have every piece of gear made. That is NOT the case. I am a working photographer / filmmaker, and I use Panasonic gear, and am compensated in a small way by the company. I don’t know the technical details of every lens or camera and I don’t spend my day comparing gear. If that’s what you need, talk to a camera store employee who’s job it is to know all this. That’s not me. I know a lot of the Canon, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus etc ambassadors and not a single one of them know every piece of gear the company makes. Sorry but your looking in the wrong place for this information.
Go ask any Chevy car salesman to explain and compare every spec / order option for the entire line of: Cadillac, Bolt, Volt, Cruze, Impala, Silverado, Equinox, Traverse, Colorado, Camaro and Corvette and also base them on their ownership experiences of each.
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