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The lens.
By eberpsybooks SELLER on August 30, 2015
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In video mode it's continuous until the SD card fills up, except in .mov then it's limited to 30 minutes. In photo mode it does have continuous shooting but the rate isn't very high.
By golfnutNC on April 20, 2015
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The US version (NTSC video standard) does not, the European version (PAL video standard) is limited to 29 min 59 sec. The US version is limited only by the storage capacity of your SD card.
By Guy S. on October 27, 2013
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Are you referring to the total life of the camera shutter? Or in general how many pictures you can fit on a card? Shutter life is not specified in most Panasonic manuals. But as a broad rule of thumb, many dslr cameras are rated between 65,000 to 100,000 clicks. To find the specific number already USED/TAKEN for your… see more Are you referring to the total life of the camera shutter? Or in general how many pictures you can fit on a card? Shutter life is not specified in most Panasonic manuals. But as a broad rule of thumb, many dslr cameras are rated between 65,000 to 100,000 clicks. To find the specific number already USED/TAKEN for your camera you need to look up the answer elsewhere. Since I use my gh2 for video, i do not expect to reach even 50,000 clicks. I would not worry too much. see less Are you referring to the total life of the camera shutter? Or in general how many pictures you can fit on a card? Shutter life is not specified in most Panasonic manuals. But as a broad rule of thumb, many dslr cameras are rated between 65,000 to 100,000 clicks. To find the specific number already USED/TAKEN for your camera you need to look up the answer elsewhere. Since I use my gh2 for video, i do not expect to reach even 50,000 clicks. I would not worry too much.
By BroadSword on December 16, 2014
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Depends on the seller. Used = no warranty. Everything else should be stated CLEARLY by the seller. If you are unsure after reading all the info- skip that seller and move on to somebody who DOES state exactly what you are getting. You should at the very least get ONE battery and ONE wall charger. Some include lenses,… see more Depends on the seller. Used = no warranty. Everything else should be stated CLEARLY by the seller. If you are unsure after reading all the info- skip that seller and move on to somebody who DOES state exactly what you are getting. You should at the very least get ONE battery and ONE wall charger. Some include lenses, MOST DON'T- so you need to purchase one or get an adapter to use your own lenses (a great option). Once again the seller info is your only true answer. see less Depends on the seller. Used = no warranty. Everything else should be stated CLEARLY by the seller. If you are unsure after reading all the info- skip that seller and move on to somebody who DOES state exactly what you are getting. You should at the very least get ONE battery and ONE wall charger. Some include lenses, MOST DON'T- so you need to purchase one or get an adapter to use your own lenses (a great option). Once again the seller info is your only true answer.
By Mom on July 17, 2014
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Yes but it has a 2.5mm jack instead of the standard 3.5
By Mahesh Lakkaraju on January 30, 2015
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Check out dpreview.com or imagingresource.com for reviews, sample images, and comparisons to other cameras in the same price range.
By Guy S. on January 21, 2014