Amateur Photographer

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Paul Beentjes

‘Like so many, the main reason I moved to the Micro Four Thirds system was for the size and weight benefits. Over the years I've learnt the weight of my bag has a big role to play, especially when I usually end up carrying it for hours at a time without rest. I chose the GH3 above other models on the basis of how it felt in my hand. Some cameras you

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