Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
16 megapixels | 3.00″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I'm looking for a simple way to view my GH3 RAW images in Windows 7. My 1st choice is to use the Windows Explorer built into the operating system. Microsoft claims that all I need is the appropriate CODEC and then recommends their CODEC set. It lists the GH1 and GH2 but not the GH3 as supported. Panasonic doesn't offer any CODECs that I could find except for the GH1. I know third parties like Adobe and DXO have the ability built into their more elaborate products, but I'm just looking for the...
Is it the same as the Panasonic flash? They look identical. Any reason to skip this flash? I need it to shoot an event with and my local B&M store has the Oly in stock. I'm looking for some feedback just to make sure there aren't any serious "gotcha's" Thanks! --Austin based advertising and portrait photographer, and author of the book series, Minimalist Lighting, and the books: Commercial Photographers Handbook, Photographic Lighting Equipment, and, LED Lighting for Digital Photographers....
Dear all , i just received this lens from amazon , i also have the 17mm and the 45 mm , both are working without any problems . the 75mm is not working with the gh3 , and after turning on the camera i hear 2 ( tesk....tesk..) sound and then an error message is displayed on screen that the lens failed to connect . this is getting me crazy as there is no info about this issue mentioned . the gh3 version is :1.2 the olympus is 1.1 , so both have the latest software i guess ....i really would be...
Hi, I live in a country on the northern hemisphere where a year consist of many months of less-than-optimal light. For example, today it is sunset at around 3 to 4pm and completely dark at 5pm. As I have started to enjoy shooting with primes, this starts to become an issue no matter how fast they are (I currently have the Panasonic Leica 25mm F1.4). I need at least 1/80 to get quite sharp images, and since the ISO starts to get very noisy on the GH3 at 800 (to my taste at least), more images...
Hi My problem: I want to render movie (1080 50p) in Sony Movie Studio. But Sony lets you render only 26Mb/s. I have tried it and the quality is not acceptable. My brother has Canon HF406 AVCHD camcorder and he tells the same story. He got Magix editor and is happy with its quality. I want to render a master of my work with better quality. Is there any reasonable codec or solution. I like Movie Sudio, it is pleasure to use and has good stabilisation and editing tools. I dont want to buy Vegas...
My GX7 has become my favorite all around camera. I am lucky enough to have several Lumix lenses which I bought for the GH3 but it would be helpful to have a few physically smaller lenses for street photography and some informal nature shots while hiking. The kit zoom is OK but not stellar so I have been using the Panny 25mm most of the time. I'd like to keep it to 3 lenses total so as to keep the weight and total volume of gear down. Oly 75mm? Any other suggestions?
My questions is to Panasonic m4/3 owner who has experience with Sony, Canon or other camera makes, too. In the review http://www.eoshd.com/content/11565/test-first-impressions-sony-rx10-a7r Andrew Reid says "Sony’s AVCHD implementation on their stills cameras is a bit rubbish". In his review of the Sony RX10 http://www.eoshd.com/content/11581/exclusive-review-sony-rx10 he found a lot of problems regarded Panasonic as good boys "For the same price as the RX10, the GH3 has no issues with codec...
Forgive me if the following issue is somewhere in another question thread, but if it is I wasn't able to find it. (I mistakenly posted in a non-question thread previously.) When shooting manual mode, I would prefer to use one set of settings for stills, another for manual mode video. But the camera seems to insist on retaining whatever settings were last used in either manual mode, and using them in the other. This means that if I set a shutter speed of 1/125 (for 60p video) for action...