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It uses the vertical/horizontal bars. It works, but not near as good as Panasonic's system.
Apr 7, 2014 by bop800
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looking at the lcd screen in shooting mode hit the OK button, will display menu with option for raw jpg etc on the bottom row.
5 days ago by Mike Anfield
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It is perfectly capable of long exposure photography with simply too reasons. First it has the slowest shutter speed of 60sec but with Bulb setting it can expose unto 30mins. More important is you can see the cumulative result of your long exposure in your viewfinder...
11 days ago by ihsanderman
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Not at all. Additionally, you can change the angle of the screen for low down shots or up high shooting. Beyond all that, you have the electronic view finder to avoid use of the LCD screen altogether.
May 28, 2014 by J
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Impossible to answer without knowing what you are using it for. I'd say the big differences are that the Oly has better image quality, if reviews are to be believed. It appeared better to my eyes; check DXOMarks. The Oly has in-body image stabilization, which is preferable for some; the Panny uses lens stabilization. Higher ISOs on the Oly. Wifi on the Oly. Panoramas and some other trick newer shooting stuff on the Oly. Oly is smaller and lighter. Better video IMHO on Panasonics (in general they rock that). And the G5 is a lot cheaper (G6 not so much, although I don't think you gain much image quailty, if any, over the G5).
Apr 21, 2014 by Rob Gendreau
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I don't know
May 6, 2014 by Marcelo Suarez
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