Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3

Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello, new here and would appreciate some advice. I have a Pan G2 with 14-45 OIS and 45-200 OIS. My conundrum: I have young children and repetitively switching lenses while I photograph them at their activities is a pain. I find I am leaving the camera at home and resorting to my iPhone (ugh) to get quick, but unsatisfactory pics of them. I was looking at going to APS-C with the Canon 70d with the Tamron 16-300, but when I tried it in-store the kit was pretty big and heavy, and thought I...
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I haven’t seen anything that says what “RGB + IR photometry sensor of new 150000 pixel” is. Could RGB + IR photometry sensor mean that some of the pixels are reading IR light to reduce luminescence noise in very low light? In astrophotography we remove the filters from our cameras so that they can see UV and IR light. Then we put very specific filters back on which allow us to just see the light we want. I have several modified cameras that I have also tested in daylight. The data(UV and IR...
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I have the GH4 and the 35-100mm F2.8 already. I also have the 25mm F1.4 lens and the 14mm F2.5 lens. However, I shoot mostly video and so I really need image stabilization even with the wider angles. I had considered buying the 12-35mm F2.8 lens but now the LX100 is giving me pause. Its multi-aspect ratio sensor will give me a wider field of view in the 16:9 video mode. It will also give me a more compact wide to medium solution. In fact I could fit the GH4, 35-100mm, 25mm F1.4, and the LX100...
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Hello, I am new to this camera and never activated a wifi on one before. I followed the steps and was able to connect to iPhone and ipad for remote shooting. Yet, I cannot make it work for transferring photos to laptop.  Any details ins would be great. Thanks.
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First, thanks to all the members who have given great answers to my other questions. I have done a lot of stills and video with my GH3 since I got it last year (I notice that the price has dropped by a couple of hundred dollars ;-( ) and recently wanted to get into night photography, using moonlight. A few years ago I was fooling around shooting at night with a Canon Powershot Sx100 (8mp P&S) and took this hand-held shot (it was cropped and resized in PSE, but all the detail and color and...
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I have made an interesting and frustrating discovery. If I shoot a high-contrast (surf with white foam against deep blue sea) picture in RAW (currently RW2 from GH3) and edit it in FS Image Viewer, here's what happens: 1. The JPEG preview does not have blown whites. 2. The full RW2 file has blown whites--huge pure white (255) areas in the foam. 3. If I use DNG Converter to convert RW2 to DNG, a. the JPEG preview in FS does not have blown whites. b. The full DNG file in FS has blown...
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Aloha, I'm currently shooting a lot of video with a GH3. Panasonic allows the user to shoot video with the shutter button. Set the mode dial to video (an icon plus the letter M), and proceed exactly as if in manual mode for stills: press shutter button halfway to focus (or use AF Lock), press all the way to start shooting, press again to stop shooting. Set any and all parameters before and/or during shooting. Use manual focus, AF, CAF, whatever you choose--you have full control. And you don't...
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This is advertised and is very cheap. www.ebay.co.uk/itm/like/181396434521?limghlpsr=true&hlpv=2&ops=true&viphx=1&hlpht=true&lpid=108&device=c&adtype=pla&crdt=0&ff3=1&ff11=ICEP3.0.0-L&ff12=67&ff13=80&ff14=108&ff19=0 Does anyone have experience of it? --RensThere are optimists and there are realists
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I've been looking to buy a camera to supplement or replace my GH3. (I'm generally happy with the GH3, but nothing is perfect, and I have found the telephoto zoom lens selection to be limited.) Most of my shooting is outdoor action, daytime, at fairly long distances (over 80 yards, up to several hundred yards). The MFT format is nice for this due to the crop factor. A 300mm lens can bring things a lot closer. My equipment criteria are: good IQ, good telephoto zoom, good burst rate and depth,...
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It is really confusing to try and compare vimeo or you tube videos and make buying decisions. to make nice amateur videos am I better off to get a good dedicated camcorder or utilize a very good camera such as a GH3 or FZ1000? just video, no stills.
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