Adobe are sitting on my subscription money, seemingly with their arms crossed.
If you’re wondering why the latest Casey Neistat video does’t look like it was shot in Canon mush-o-vision, wonder no more!
Reports in the media suggest Panasonic are dismantling the ‘digital camera’ division with some even speculating that Panasonic will pull out of the camera market like Samsung. In fact according to Yosuke Yamane of Panasonic, the company is re-doubling their focus on cameras like the GH5 and planning more releases in 2017.
Did your Panasonic GH5 arrive today? A complex beast isn’t it!
Time to spend some quality time with the Panasonic GH5.
A great feature few have really talked about so far is that the Panasonic GH5 will allow LUTs to be loaded onto the camera.
Comment on the forum The first actually useful GH5 review I’ve read comes from Amadeusz at the excellent Polish website VideoDSLR.pl (Google Translated here) He look at all aspects of the new camera in detail, including the quality of the promising 180fps slow-mo mode.
I talked to Panasonic’s Matt Frazer to clarify the use of H.265 on the Panasonic GH5.
The Panasonic GH5 is now officially announced after the Photokina preview phase. Shipping starts end of March 2017 and now Panasonic have released all the details of the camera. Some of it a little bit controversial.
Micro Four Thirds is increasingly going up-market and into pro territory, and unfortunately new Panasonic and Olympus cameras are getting more and more expensive by the day. Thankfully the G85 is a pro camera without a pro price – it represents a genuine advance over the Panasonic GH4 with cleaner low light performance, better automatic white balance and of course 5 axis in-body stabilisation.