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Re: Canikon FF mirrorless

I'm guessing, but I wouldn't be at all surprised if the Canon and Nikon users hated each other's cameras, more than any other brand.
Personally neither of the big guns appeals to me in the slightest. They're way too big and cumbersome, and support too many buttons, way too many buttons.
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Re: Canikon FF mirrorless

A lot of comments are made about low light performance. A few weeks ago I found myself in a rather dark gallery with only my GX8 & 14-140. But when the subject is so spectacular you just have to do your best.

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Re: Canikon FF mirrorless

I recollect that Yamahonduki was a useful name for Jap motor bikes.
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Re: Canikon FF mirrorless

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I recollect that Yamahonduki was a useful name for Jap motor bikes.
Say that after 4 pints!
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A lot of comments are made about low light performance. A few weeks ago I found myself in a rather dark gallery with only my GX8 & 14-140. But when the subject is so spectacular you just have to do your best.

Does the one on the far right feel left out
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