Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4
Announced Feb 7, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello all! I have a Panasonic GH4 and both 14mm and 42.5mm lenses. Though I do have some current issues with my gear. #1. My GH4 does not have IBIS, and the stabilization on my 42.5 is completely unusable. #2. I have 2 primes. I do Youtube and I would love to have a zoom for Films/Vlogs #3. I had a Stroke in 2016 and I don't have much use of my left hand so it can be very tricky getting my GH4 on and off gear. So, Its Christmas and stuff are on sale! Both the G85 and 12-35mm are the same...
By: FrenchNewbie (1 week ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha / Nex E-mount (APS-C) Talk
Hi people, I would like to talk about a big concern. I am actually looking for a new camera to replace my canon 600D. The main goal is to shoot in low light a comercial for my company. The thing is i am a total newbie in this world and a little lost between so much offer. And really i am totaly lost between all that brands and cameras and infos'. My objectives are clear : - Budget of 1K for the Camera + lens. - (Video) Shoot especially in low light places (with low artificial light in parties...
By: LehuaMedia (1 week ago)
Posted to: Digital Video Talk
So i'm looking to get a portrait lens for video close ups documentary/interview style lens and I can't decide between these two lenses. I currently have a GH4 but I'm going to upgrade to a GH5 soon. The Panasonic lens has OIS while the Olympus doesn't not and I shoot a lot of handheld, however, when I upgrade to the GH5 I will have IBIS which asks the questions of if I even need OIS then? These both seem to have pretty good image quality and are $400 lenses, but one big thing right now is...
By: (unknown member) (3 weeks ago)
I bought a GH3 a few years or so back when it was fairly new and I've been happy with it overall, but very angry at Panasonic for essentially screwing GH3 users over (making another thread on that actually). I have a couple of MFT lenses and a couple of older FT lenses with an adapter and I'm....well. I started reading a lot more about MFT, it's sensor size, the crop effect on both focal length and aperture, as well as lens compatibility via adapters. I'm going to try and be as coherent...
Hi everyone, I bought my Panasonic GH4 a little more than 2 years ago and I have got two lenses: 12-35 f2.8 and 35-100 f2.8.Nowadays I was wondering if it would be possible to substitute the GH4 with another lighter MFT camera. I would mainly use it for photos, but for videos as well and its characteristics should be at least equivalent to those of a GH4. Any ideas? Thanks!
By: FilmMakerJr (1 month ago)
Posted to: Panasonic Compact Camera Talk
There are plenty of screen protector options for GH3/4 but very limited options for FZ2000/2500 I have noticed that GH3/4 and FZ2000/2500 all have 3 inch screen sizeAnyone knows if I purchase GH3/4 screen protector, they fit ok on FZ2000/2500 pleasewithout trying to cut into, which I am hopeless about it
I'm very close to pulling the trigger on the G85 but had a couple of questions. I was deciding between the GX8, GX85, and G85. I didn't like the design of the GX8 too much, but I did like that it had the exposure control ring. Otherwise it just felt big and bulky. And the GX8 I've heard had issues initially w/ the sensor shift IS on Olympus lenses, dunno if that's been corrected. That's a big reason why I didn't buy it earlier. I've stayed away from most Olympus lenses due to not having a...
Does anyone know if the GH5 is fully compatible with the Godox tt350o . Have looked at the Godox web site and it does not list the GH5 although they do list the G85/G80 and the GH4 as compatible . I don't want to invest in two flash guns and a trigger if they don't work out out the box so to speak . Thanks .
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