Then again, I've returned some pretty high ticket items in the past, I can only imagine it's more the case that with them being known for having such exceptional CS they're banking on people spending more.
What makes you need a gh4? If you don't know what you need then I doubt you do, not to cause offense, but you'll probably have more than enough with even a gh1, I'd try to explain a bit more what you're looking for and then people will be able to advise a bit more situationally.
The main issue here is that it's going to be hard to match the foreground lighting to the background that you pasted in, you seem to have done a decent job of editing the foreground but with such drastically different lighting it's a big issue.
Tempting, but the 14-150 is dreadfully expensive, I could just as well get a cheap spare body to keep my 40-150 on.
Yeah it'd be grand battery wise, but somewhat huge by comparison to mirrorless.
Not really in need of either of them, I'm gonna be outside most of the time, so I'd be paying...
Well from memory skiing with a dslr on your body is pretty annoying, I've done it with small mirrorless cams/rangefinders and it wasn't too bad. Dust bunnys again aren't a concern of mine, never had anything I've been unable to solve before.
Appreciate the thought, but I've used the 20mm before...
So I've got a trip planned to central asia, which will involve having very little power sources(solar mostly) for a week/two at a time, I can bring plenty batteries so power shouldn't necessarily be a deal breaker, but I'm still torn as to what to bring, being light weight is good, but every...
Distortion just ruins the 2nd one, what lens was it? can't figure out if it's a fisheye or just a heavily distorted UWA.
1st one would be awesome if it didn't have the distracting houses in the background, would be perfect at night.