Only a vision of twin duality of time and thinks…
It is a common say in the photo channel to qualify the Panasonic Lumix G 42.5mm F1.7 OIS lens as a “portrait” lens. Mainly because of its narrowed angle of view and its relatively large maximum aperture, the Lumix G 42.5mm (as for the Olympus Zuiko 45mm F1.8 counterpart) is mainly assimilated to that specific subject.
The Panasonic LUMIX GM5 is seen by many as a very diminutive M4/3 format camera which is so small that it allows you to bring it into your (large!) pocket. Combined with the tiny Lumix G Vario 12-32mm lens, it give you a winning package for urban projects or visits to architectural sites and museums.
During a recent visit to Greece and Athens I was able to really appreciated the compactness and the non-intrusive aspect of the Lumix GM5.
|Athens Individual Transportation dominated by small motorcycles with or without helmet (!)|
|Acropolis under long and extensive restauration|
|Salute to Parthenon|
|Just beside Acropolis an architectural museum jewel|