Panasonic GH1 goes 3D with Stereoscopic Rig

The GH1 could be turned into a high-tech 3D camera suitable for broadcast use at the BBC and Sky, if the efforts of one company are anything to go by.

The company, named Beampath, has recently been working on a 3D rig for the Panasonic GH1 and is seeking collaborators.

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Explained – The Panasonic GH1’s 750 ISO advantage over Canon

There is a new aspect to consider when shooting video on DSLRs. According to sensor benchmarking solution provider DXOMark, the Panasonic GH1 is the only camera which understates it’s actual ISO sensitivity relative to the competition.

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HD Video DSLR Buyer’s Guide

Image from The Editman’s excellent blog

The Canon 5D Mark II, 7D, 550D, 60D, Panasonic GH1, Sony A55, NEX VG10, AF100 and more cameras are included in our buyer’s guide and introduction to the world of DSLR video.

Reviews have to be divided up and aimed at different kinds of people. It is no longer enough to give a score to a camera out of 100 and make blanket statements to suit everybody, because people have different needs.

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The future of the camera is – the computer

Above: Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the early days of Apple.

The iPhone is beginning to eat into the profits of other companies in all kinds of markets – compact cameras, music players, and traditional mobile phones. wonders whether the future of the camera is in fact the computer.

The purist photographers, forum fanatics and Leica lovers are not going to like this one! Cameras are dead. The future of photography is the mobile computer, not the camera.

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