Panasonic launched its new digital interchangeable lens system camera based on the Micro Four Thirds standard, the LUMIX DMC-GF5. This video highlights the features of the latest member of the LUMIX G Micro System.
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 Menu Walkthrough
This video sample was recorded entirely with the new Panasonic Lumix GF5 digital camera. The video is shown exactly as it came from the camera, with no color correction and all sounds come directly from the onboard stereo mic. The GF5 is small enough to fit in your pocket and is packed with advanced technology to take serious pictures AND HD Video! Features include a high-sensitivity 12.1 megapixel Live MOS image sensor, improved Venus Engine shooting, 0.09sec Light Speed Auto Focus, 1080i Full HD video capture plus a 3.0-inch 920k dot LCD touchscreen. Incredible image quality! The powerfully versatile LUMIX [More]
From CNET: In the increasingly competitive market for entry-level interchangeable-lens cameras, the GF5 distinguishes itself with solid image quality and a very nice interface.
Video Review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5. This video isn’t in English, but it’s subtitled for your convenience.
CNET Australia reviews Panasonic’s second compact interchangeable lens camera won’t disappoint new users with its sleek footprint and very good image quality.
ALL Handheld video! Steve Huff with a sampling of video quality from the Olympus OM-D camera. Nothing artistic but most of this is in low light areas. Some at ISO 1600. Lenses used were the 12mm f/2 and 45mm f/1.8. The 5-Axis IBIS (In Body Image Stabilization) is AMAZING and worked so well. The good news? No shake, no wobbling and no Jello effect! At the end, Steve does a side by side comparison with video from the Fuji X-Pro 1, and the Olympus easily overtook the Fuji in regards to Video.
Steve Huff takes a first look at the Olympus OM-D along with the 12mm and 45mm lenses, the lenses that Steve calls “the best two lenses you can get for the M 4/3 system.”
The 2012 London Olympic Games were captured (in images and video) by Getty photographer Dean Mouharopoulous, who shot exclusively with the Panasonic DMC-G5 camera. In this video, individual questions are answered by Panasonic experts (including Dean) during a live talk with online users. From Mirrorless Central: We love the 12-35 mm lens that Dean recommends in the video. Another great, and more cost friendly, option is the Olympus 45mm f/1.8 lens, which is compatible with all M43 cameras, including the Pannys (another reason why we love the micro 4/3 format). Unless you’re completely strapped financially, we also recommend that you [More]
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 is Panasonic’s latest model in its mid-level G range of compact system cameras. Best Price on the Panasonic DMC-G5 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black)
Another Panasonic Lumix DMC-G5 Review Best Price on the Panasonic DMC-G5 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black)
Panasonic Lumix G5 Menu Walkthrough. Best Price on the Panasonic DMC-G5 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black)
Panasonic G5 launch at the getty images gallery, includes interview with Dean Mouhtaropoulos. Best Price on the Panasonic DMC-G5 16 MP Compact System Camera with 3-Inch LCD – Body Only (Black)
A short film shot with the new Olympus OMD EM-5. Took a in a shopping mall to shoot. Shot it with Monotone settings straight out of camera.
Another review of the Olympus OM-D EM-5, hands down one of the best mirrorless cameras – check that – one of the best cameras PERIOD, to come out in the last several years. Pros and enthusiasts alike love this camera for it’s stunning Image Quality, 5 point image stabilization, lightining fast autofocus and retro form factor. If you’re interested in the OMD, we also recommend that you pick up the optional battery grip. It makes the camera easier to hold, and of course, adds to the battery life.
On a frigid Calgary day, Panasonic let us try out a pre-release GX1. The Camera Store’s Chris Niccolls walks you through the features of the GX1, while attempting to stay warm and not get kicked out of the mall. Shot and Edited by Jordan Drake Shot on the Panasonic AF100 The GX1 is a great camera, period… but it’s especially great for someone who’s looking to capture high quality photos and video, but pack that ability into a body that’s easy to carry around – and the GX1 delivers on all counts. At the time of this posting, the GX1 [More]
The Panasonic GF series has taken an interesting change of direction ever since the brilliant GF1 was first announced. With the GF2 and GF3 losing admirers of the range thanks to them losing key features. But now the GX1 is here and it’s promising to be the successor to the GF1. Is it any good though? The GX1 is a great camera, period… but it’s especially great for someone who’s looking to capture high quality photos and video, but pack that ability into a body that’s easy to carry around – and the GX1 delivers on all counts. At the [More]
In the kickoff of season 3, Kai and Lok from DigitalRevTV compare an entry level DSLR – the Nikon D3100 – with a mirrorless camera – the E-P3 to see if there is still a point of having a DSLR. It looks like the small Olympus PEN E-P3 holds up pretty well against the Nikon, even surpassing it in some categories, and with recent advances in sensor technology, we’d bet that new Olympus cameras, like the new PEN Lite (E-PL5) and PEN Mini (E-PM2), that are equipped with the same sensor as the flagship OM-D E-M5 would do even better. [More]
Will Crockett is the Photo-Guru behind DiscoverMirrorless.com, ShootSmarter.com and a host of other websites. He’s an industry visionary who is ushering in a new era of “Hybrid Imaging” – a combination of photo, video and audio that can all be produced by a new wave of smaller, less expensive yet powerful and highly sophisticated mirrorless cameras. Of course, we here at MirrorlessCentral.com happen to agree with Will. That’s why we’ve created this website, so you can keep up to date with all the latest cameras, lenses and gear that will help you ride the wave of the Mirrorless Revolution! Will, [More]