Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4
Announced Feb 7, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello,I am training every day on a trampoline with a 10ft wall doing spins and flips.I'm using a GH4 right now but its very time consuming because when I press record video and climb up the stairs its 15 second footage gone to waste.I am looking for a DSLR camera that can record 1080p with 120fps and with a feature to record video with intervalometer. meaning (start recording video after 10 seconds and record for 30 seconds before stopping)I would love a way to playback video with android or...
By: LEMON94 (6 days ago)
Posted to: Digital Video Talk
Hey guys, my name is Joshua. On Sunday i'll shoot a live Jam-Session (music session) with the Gh4. Guitarists, drummer, bassist, pianist, saxophonist, trombonist... Well it's not the Camera i work with usually so i'm a bit uncertain about the video-settings. We'll shoot with three Cameras - two of them got the Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm 2.8 and one got the Olympus 9-14mm 2.8. The will be some Light setting (FELLONI LED) but not that much! We also got one DJI Ronin Gimbal, one Tripod (with...
By: George Umber (1 week ago)
Posted to: Micro Four Thirds Talk
Can anyone comment on the difference in stills image quality between the Olympus EM1 Mark 2 and Panasonic GH5 for landscape photography. I use a tripod and manually focus my shots and do not require IBIS, and I do not shoot video. I am looking for an upgrade to my GH4 and Olympus EM1 Mark 1. I am currently considering the Olympus EM1 Mark 2 which seems to be slightly better than the GH5 for stills.
Hey guys! I have quite the dilemma right now. I currently shoot on a canon 6d with the 85mm f/1.8 usm and 40mm f/2.8. Asside from this I have a gh4. As a college student I realized that I dont shoot video as much so I've decided to sell my gh4 leaving me with roughly 700-800 dollars to use. Up until now, I was planning on selling the 40mm f/2.8 and using that money (along with the 700-800 from the gh4) I was planning on getting the tamron 15-30mm f/2.8. As you can tell, I'm a huge fan of...
Hey all, I'm going to be purchasing a Panasonic GH4 soon, which I chose more for its video capabilities than photo, and I was wondering if anyone has an opinion on which lens would be a good all around starter for doing videography. Preferably micro four thirds. Thank you!
So I've been planning to use the combination of a GH4 and a Sigma 150-600 (C) to shoot some film work of wildlife. Would it be sensible for me to purchase a follow focus system or manually focus by spinning the focus ring. It would also be great if anyone could recommend some advice on wildlife cinematography.
I recently sent my GH4 back for repair (twice, ugh) for a shutter issue. When it was returned the second time, I noticed I'm no longer able to focus manually with two of my Panasonic lenses. AFC is continually on and I can't even switch to AFS or any other focus mode. However, when I use my 42.5 Leica that doesn't have the ability to autofocus, my settings go back to normal and I can manual focus just fine. Any advice? Thanks so much in advance for any help you can offer!
Hi, I got a DMC-ZS50 to begin learning about photography. Are there any DMC-ZS50 specific courses that are available and recommended online? I noticed that there are other classes for some of the other cameras like the GH4 - would they be appropriate (ie would they have basically the same controls and navigation menus)? Thanks for any advice.
Hi folks I'm considering buying the new 8 to 18 lens for my GH4 to augment my 14 to 140 lens that purchased with the camera. My question is..is the extra 6 mm worth it or would I be better off buying a Wide angle Prime lens. If anyone would know a site where I can compare the difference in width at their widest angle I would appreciate it Thanks....Jeff
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