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    • superjet2771
      superjet2771

      I just got it for 1290.00 on sale. Yippie!

      about 1 month ago
    • Matt Johnson
      Matt Johnson

      You need to use the inverted method with your Aeropress

      about 5 months ago
    • thej762000
      thej762000

      Just shot 180fps indoor with my G9 yesterday...it seemed OK as long as I kept my 25mm on, when I switched to the 12-60 I had major league exposure problems that I couldn't do anything about. Also, I had some flicker issues that aren't fixed without a $250 plugin. Also, a note on 1080p: you only have to record AVCHD if you want 1080/60i or 1080/24p. 1080/60p and 1080/30p are available in MP4. I would say the bigger issue is the way the recording time is nerfed on the G9 at 29 minutes the way it isn't even on the lower spec GX8 (it can record 4K24p for at least 2 hours).

      about 6 months ago
    • Antonio Cunha
      Antonio Cunha

      Hi. Can you tell me if it is possible to shoot with the G9, in Manual mode with option of Automatic ISO? thanks

      about 6 months ago
    • Antonio Cunha
      Antonio Cunha In reply to Antonio Cunha

      Thanks

      about 6 months ago
    • Wilde Vienna Feldhamster
      Wilde Vienna Feldhamster In reply to Antonio Cunha

      This is url to time lapse discussion for similar camera GH5. A couple of people posted settings they had success with. I am interested in topic but am learning digital camera as never had one before being happy with tablet images of collection investments ;) https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/4189177

      about 6 months ago
    • Antonio Cunha
      Antonio Cunha In reply to Antonio Cunha

      Thanks, but the question I put is whether G9 works in Auto ISO (no iAuto) in shooting mode M (Manual) where I choose the speed (S) and aperture (A) with fixed values and the G9 adjust ISO automatically for correct exposure! This is important, for example, in taking pictures for a Timelapse where the exposure may vary over time but I intend to keep the fixed values of S and A; In the G9 manual it says that iAuto (ISO) mode is not possible but does not refer to whether Auto (ISO) mode is possible in Manual shooting mode (M). Thanks

      about 6 months ago
    • Wilde Vienna Feldhamster
      Wilde Vienna Feldhamster In reply to Antonio Cunha

      I use G9 with manual lens and you can switch mode dial to intelligent auto. I have a super fast lens so high iso isn't a problem in low light :)

      about 6 months ago
    • phil doodler
      phil doodler

      Agree with ISO performance. It's the only issue that prevents me upgrading from my GX8 - which has terrible ISO performance. After 800 my images turn to mush. Apart from that, Panasonic seem to have everything else right.

      about 9 months ago
    • M Potter
      M Potter

      July 16 2018
      Hi:
      Sorry to bother you.
      I have these questions about Panasonic Lumix G9.
      1. The resolution of my Nikon D750 is 24.3MP and G9 has 20.3MP resolution. So why the image Dimension out of Nikon is: 6016 x 4016 but in G9 the produced RAW image is only: 1990 x 1440 which is considerably way less than what’s supposed to be. Shouldn’t the image in G9 be at least 4000 x 3000?

      2. I use the Panasonic Leica DG Vario-Elmarit 12-60mm f/2.8-4 lens. I am aware of the fact that due to the crop factor, 12-60mm becomes 24-120mm (35mm Equivalent). Am I really also getting f5.6 instead of f2.8 at 12mm? So does this mean that I never be at f2.8 in any Micro Four-Thirds Lenses and the sweet spot could be somewhere around 5.6 or larger aperture instead of f8 in many DSLR lenses?


      3. With my Lumix G85, I never had this issue with “Ex. Tele Conv.” in Video Mode, but in G9 (Latest Firmware) I do. When I set the Ex. Tele Conv. to “ON” (Please note that I am not talking about the “Digital Zoom” feature), I expect in any 4K video, this feature should be OFF even though in the Menu I activated it. And it should only enlarge the video when I switch over to AVCHD (1080) in order to zoom in. But the G9 keeps the zoom factor even in 4K. So I need to go back to the menu in G9, deactivate Ex. Tele Conv., switch to 1080p then back to Menu, activate Ex. Tele Conv., and finally get back to 4K in order to get rid of the Tele Conv. Zoom effect. What’s going on?

      Thanks so much for your time.

      about 9 months ago
    • nordfresse
      nordfresse

      With the G9 and GH5 retailing at the same price (at least in Europe) I dont see much reason to go for the G9 at this point. Especially since the GH5 update which seems to improve CAF significantly. HLG in 10bit 422 400mbs just looks too good. As much as I want to like the G9. I think the price needs to drop.

      about 9 months ago
    • Art Johnson
      Art Johnson In reply to nordfresse

      You are correct. There is $400 - $500 difference in price in the U.S.

      about 3 months ago