Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1

Announced Mar 3, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Since Sony announced the upcoming 70-200 2.8, I decided it's time to upgrade from my GH1 to a full frame mirrorless. I shoot when I travel, focusing on portraits, but I also visit many temples, ruins, etc. I thought I might make my travel Sony kit with the 16-35 (been missing a wide angle which I currently don't have), the 55 1.8, and the 70-200 2.8 for a 7 week trip to SEAsia in June. Alas, it doesn't look like the 70-200 will be out anytime soon. B&H estimated it would be at least a few...
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I have a GH1,and I have overexposure that saturates especially the greens. This causes pictures taken in forests to show whitish/greyish leaves. Yes there is some green but the photos do not look natural. Further,  in medium contrast compositions, the whites are blown out, so skies tend to look whiter than in reality. I work mostly in P mode. I have tried changing WB and have achieved some results - although I don't want to spend so much time messing with the WB before each shot. further,...
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Hello all. I've had my eye on the EM1 for a while now and decided to rent one from LensRentals this weekend as there's nowhere in Montana I'm able to try one. So far I'm loving it compared to my old GH1 but there's one glaring issue I cant figure out. I'm looking at the LCD or through the viewfinder and nothing is sharp. Just a soft view of what I'm framing with some razor sharp menu info overlaid.  The camera confirms focus lock then snaps a picture, I hit review to pull up the image and WOW...
By: tefb (11 months ago)
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I decided to replace my GH1 with an SLR (referred realistic!) Now the choice is either 70d or the 760D.For my usage, most of 760D: lighter (200g anything apart) and dial 3 with direct access to scene modes, the video to mp4, for the least against more pixel so very heavy loading pictures on pcOn the same principle for the 70d, the more robust (semi-tropical conditions) and better for video? (To you to confirm me please ...) - the least: no direct access to scene modes and heavier formats and...
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Hi guys, so I was looking through a camera classifieds website from my country and saw that people sometimes trade their same system camera bodies for other camera bodies. Now I was just wondering if it was possible for me to maybe trade my EPL3 with a GH1/2 or G1/2? and which would be the one that would have the highest successful chance of me being able to get a successful trade. Also another thing, would it be worth it? Thanks in advance. --Photography enthusiast.
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I am in the market for a camera, I am a college student so my budget is pretty tight.  I mainly want something that will be good for filming my bow hunting next fall. I have been searching around for sort of a low budget set-up, and I really liked the way the hacked Gh1 brought out the color and detail in animals.  The price point for used Gh1s is very good (around $200 for the body) so that isn't an issue.  However, buying a 5 year old camera makes me a little nervous when there are newer...
By: growngreen (Jan 4, 2015)
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Please excuse this amateurish video question:  Since I have a Panasonic G6, is there any reason to undertake a video hack of my old GH1? Anything to gain, or should I just consign my GH1 to a bygone era?  Thanks.  /Ted
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Does anyone know if the GX7 uses the same remote release as the GH1? I have a Trigger Trap dongle for my GH1 and want to know whether it will work with a GX7 if I choose to upgrade.
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I've learned a lot from this forum - but not which camera to buy.  I have a Panasonic 14-140 lens (the GH1 is broken) and my way of thinking is to buy a Panasonic G5 or G6 body, and maybe the Sigma 18-250 (on sale for $350) lens that would give me more zoom - and later on a macro lens, though I hope there are lenses I could find cheaper than $900.   I think I've learned that the Panasonic GH series just has more video capabilities than the G series and I don't do a lot with videos. Or I could...
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Amazon is selling Panasonic's DMW-MS1 for $99. http://www.amazon.com/Panasonic-DMW-MS1-External-Microphone-GH1/dp/B002EGDFD2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1405801054&sr=8-1&keywords=panasonic+GH1+mic There is also another cam seemingly without a brand name for $89 that allows two angles of sound recording, narrow and wide. http://www.amazon.com/Stereo-Shotgun-Microphone-Panasonic-DMC-GH1/dp/B003TTMHK0/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1405801054&sr=8-4&keywords=panasonic+GH1+mic This seems to be the best...
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