Portrait photographer and visual artist Tom Nguyen recently travelled to Florida for his Christmas vacation. Although he brought along his Sony A7r II for a photography gig, he mostly relied on his two Panasonic Lumix cameras, the LX100 and G7, for his travel photography. He used to own a GH4 but found that he preferred the G7 for its size, ergonomics, button placement and full array of features. Having used the camera myself on a couple of occasions, I would agree with his statement!
In this article, he shares many shots of the wildlife in the area (mostly birds and dolphins) shot with the Lumix cameras and the 35-100mm f/2.8 and a few portraits made with the Sony.
Tom has been a mirrorless user for quite some time, so it is always interesting to follow his work and see how he uses these cameras on assignment. You can check out the full article here!