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A beautiful roseate spoonbill photographed along the coast in central Florida. GH4 with 40-150mm F/2.8 and 1.4 teleconverter. ISO 1600

One Year Shooting the Panasonic Lumix GH4 Review

One Year Shooting the Panasonic Lumix GH4 Review. My how time flies when you’re having fun, and fun is what I’ve had since purchasing the first of my two Panasonic Lumix GH4’s back in April of 2014. As usual, this post is not a technically in-depth review of the GH4 but rather…

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Photo of FZ1000 courtesy of Imaging Resource. Follow this link to their FZ100 review.

Thoughts on Downsizing to Lumix Cameras

Dear Tim and Kooksie, Great to hear from you. Sounds like you’ve been having some wonderful adventures and using your gear. That’s always nice to hear. Ok, so speaking of gear. I’m still a big fan of the Lumix system, actually even more than I was when we met. The…

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The entire line of Panasonic  Lumix lenses.

Panasonic Updates Their Extensive Lumix Lens Collection

Panasonic updates their extensive Lumix lens collection with a new photo showcasing their board line of optics for their Micro Four Thirds Lumix camera system. I have to say it’s quite impressive and was most likely updated due to the two new lenses recently released. The two new lenses are the 42.5mm F/1.7 which is a…

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The Canon 600mm F/4 with photographer attached is on the left. On the right is me shooting the Lumix GH3 with a 100-300mm F/4-5.6 lens. In the Micro Four thirds world all lenses are multiplied 2x so the Lumix 100-300 is actually equivalent to a 200-600mm lens. The same long magnification as the massive Canon lens.

Question Regarding Lumix Long Lens Dilemma by NE Explorer Tom Ocasek

Sorry for the delay to this question. I just returned home from being in Yellowstone and now preparing for a handful of personal presentations in Florida and Minnesota. Regarding your questions. I haven’t had a chance to really put the GH4 and 40-150mm to the test with fast subjects coming…

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Happy feet. Lumix Gh4 with Nocticron F/1.2 lens ISO 640

The Lumix Diaries Heads to Patagonia

The Lumix diaries heads to Patagonia. Tanya and I recently left Kenya for the southern hemisphere. Our destination? The region known as Patagonia. All of our Patagonia adventures begin in Buenos Aires where we get everybody on the same page by spending a day in the city photographing the wonderful…

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A solitary large male lion comes from out of nowhere to take the carcass over.  Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya. Lumix GH4 with Olympus 40-150mm F/2.8. ISO 320

The Lumix Diaries 1/19/2015 Lions and Hyenas Clash

January 19, 2015 The morning began as it always does from our camp in the Mara. 6:45am rolled around and footsteps were heard on the path to our tent. From out of the cool morning air came a hushed, delicate, voice announcing “good morning, good morning, your coffee is here,…

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Lions like this beautiful male that walked by one of our Land Cruisers are being killed by poison. Lumix GH4, Olympus 40-150mm F/2.8, ISO 1000

The Lumix Diaries: Leaving Kenya

One of the saddest things about leaving Kenya is knowing how it affects our guides and other tourist related workers that depend on visitors. I’ve been coming to this spectacular country for over 20 years and I’ve used the same guides, same camps, same hotels, always because the people are so…

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A frame that shows the dust smudges coming from the rear element of the lens.

The Lumix Diaries Kenya: Cleaning a Dusty Sensor

Cleaning a dusty sensor is quite easy. During our time here in Kenya we’ve traveled on some very dusty roads, and along the way I’ve been changing lenses now and again. In general, I try not to change lenses while in the field, especially in a place as dusty as Samburu National Reserve, but…

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Daniel Cox holding the Lumix GH4 with the new Olympus 40-150mm F/2.8 lens. Photo by Tanya Cox. Lumix FZ1000

What are The Lumix Diaries?

The Lumix Diaries are a compilation of travel adventures from around the world highlighting my experience with Panasonic Lumix cameras. I’ll be pushing my Lumix equipment to the limits, capturing stills and video, that convey interesting stories of travel and conservation. The Lumix line is young, but the benefits of the…

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Cheetah family, mother with two older cubs chasing a baby grants gazelle in Samburu National Reserve, Kenya

The Lumix Diaries 1/13/2015 Cheetah Chase

The first part of our adventure took us to the dry, brushy landscape of Samburu National Park. I’ve been here maybe a half dozen times and it’s always a wonderful place for many subjects, but especially elephants. This year has been no exception, but the highlight of our three days in Samburu was a cheetah chase…

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