It’s been quite an exciting few days on the camera front. With Panasonic releasing the Photographer Centric GX-7, then today the GM-1, Sony’s new full frame goodies the A7 & A7r based on RX-1 and even Nikon getting in on the action with some very minor upgrades for their SLR’s.
I was hoping to have posted my thoughts and a few demo photographs from the Panasonic GX-1, but I have been unable to find time to test the local demo model that London Camera Exchange currently have. Hopefully i’ll be able to get round to it next week.
One of the more interesting options with the new Sony Full Frame cameras is the ability to take Leica M lens. While this is possible with MicroFourThirds, Sony Nex and the Fuji X interchangeable lens series cameras this is the first none Leica Full frame camera series that can do this.