I’ve had my little Nikon for quite some time now, it’s the perfect beginners camera and I truly have enjoyed using it for as long as I have. Despite this, change was inevitable. Whether you’ve noticed it or not, the quality of my photographs has slightly changed.I’ve been dying for a new, more “upgraded” camera for a long time, and when I saw a nifty little deal on with my brand spanking new camera, and also thinking of the fact I’m going on holiday this year for the first time in about 3 years, I couldn’t resist. The main reason that I’ve had a hard time choosing a camera though, was mostly because of the fact that all of the cameras I’ve looked at, have only been able to offer me the same things over and over, the same megapixels and specs and it just made it quite difficult for me to consider upgrading, when none that I had seen thus far were that different to what I already had. Until I found my new baby, my Lumix G7. This camera has a lot more to offer than all of the other ones I’ve been looking at, it’s perfect for both filming and shooting photos, it’s smaller than my Nikon meaning it’ll be easier to take out, and it’s specs are amazing, especially for what I’ll be using it for. It has 4k settings and whilst it didn’t work great in a studio setting, it’s great for outdoor shooting and shooting in a room with lots of natural light. I’ve been using it to take blog photos for a couple of weeks now.
I’m only getting used to this camera right now, it’s not a great deal like my Nikon D3300 at all, but I do love it never-the-less, I’m praying that me and this Lumix have a long, easy, relationship, and that I’ll be glad I took the plunge and bought it.