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    Yep, my AF100 is still go’n strong. Still getting compliments. A joy to work with. If Panasonic would put GH5 or GH5s in the AF100 form factor (including viewfinder), slotted between the EVA1 and GH5(s), in my opinion, it would sell like hot cakes. I understand the potential cannibilization of the above and below products... but still. As mentioned in previous posts in this thread, when paired with proper lighting, glass and operator, the Panny Mojo is alive and kicking within the AF100.

    Thanks Holle for posting your nice work and maybe even reviving this particular forum a bit.


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    I also would love to see the GH5S sensor in a AF100 form factor.
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    Last edited by Denny16; 10-10-2018 at 11:21 AM.


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    selling my Mint AF100A Video/Cinema camera kit, basically a new, opened box camera, only$995. I have a killer deal on this, I will add my Mint Olympus 14-35 f/2.0 SWD Zoom with the MFT adapter for Only $1800 total for camera and lens . Another $100 gets the Wooden Camera base plate with 15mm rods thrown in also. PM for details.
    See DVX User Marletplace for details:
    http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showthread...deo-camera-Kit
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    Nice work, I still have my AF101. a very capable camera in the right hands. Resale values are terrible so it made sense to hold onto it as an emergency camera.

    On some less than secure corporates, my expensive Sony gear stays ar home ad the old Af comes out, never a complaint from the client.
    Everything involving the pig is above board.


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    I never liked my AF100 as it didn't improve on the DSLR cameras I had before it. It never gave me or my clients anything better than a 5D2 and after I switched to Sony cameras I never looked back. But it's nice to see the AF100 still being used by others.


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