I had the E-M1 and hated the tilting display. Personally, I haven't held a GH5, but a GH4 is just a tad small in my hands. ;), "Don't blame me for being picky. Why no off-the-shelf resources available earlier, in 2014, when prosumer 4k devices became available? It is not always obvious who the target audience for a particular camera is, but in the case of the G95, Panasonic has been very clear. In the studio comparison shots, the hair swatch just right of center of the scene seems to turn to mud in the GH5 shots at ISO 3200 and up -- at ISO 6400 there is almost no detail.The Fuji looks good, and the Oly looks decent at those higher ISO's. Today video frames are jpeg only, but you can get 30 per second continously at 18mp size in GH5. well... hopefully so, but that would be around 3GB of data per second, so we'll have o wait a bit for that... @badi Which is (roughly) 1TB for every 6 minutes of video. Most (not all) have stated that, like me, they have no interest in video and would prefer to keep the 2 crafts in separate machines. The problem is "overdoing" things, the "more is more" mentality that modern filmmakers have, and that's getting associated with digital capture in the long run. 3rd October 2018. I now own both the GH5 and the Olympus OMD EM1 M2 instead of the FS5. Besides, what other features can they add to their cameras these days? However, after using a Sigma DP3 Merrill for the last few years, the Panasonic images (stills) pale by comparison. FF has much to offer as well...good luck with your decision. May the GH6 have 12 bit, 4:4:4 internal 1080P video--even at UHD would be even better. 90% of pricing is decided by the marketing department. Why no improvement? Now, I'm not amazed. And it is better for you and others, but to me the swivlescreens are a lot better. From a pragmatic approach when production has a decent budget, it will rent an Arri/Red/BM. Which, of course, is an eternity these days in the ever increasing megapixel-oriented and spec-oriented space known as the digital camera market. In Japan TV is 60Hz, but electricity 50Hz. Ahh, April: the beginning of Spring. So pour a tall cold one and get ready to treat yourself, 2020 style. lens with a retail price of $1,197.99 USD. This interview Joseph did with a Panasonic rep back in February mentioned the codec, but he never said that ALL-I will give better image quality, just much larger files and better to edit with: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51CDeENsmpQ&list=PLRe8DcOhgsloChzSSPPOkHDPCrUoffqKc&index=2. We're glad you asked. The only camera that competes with it in Panasonic’s line for value is the GH4 and G9. This is true for both stills and video." Also it has a lot lot less noise. @ProfHankDA6500 is only 300 EUR cheaper (450 EUR if it's on sale), does not do 10-bit 4:2:2 internal, has horrible rolling shutter, cannot record over 30 minutes, overheats, has terrible battery life, cannot be used in bright daylight without an external monitor and the stabilisation is worse than any of the MFT options. But grow the Fudge Up and quit judging those who prefer the m4/3 cameras. The GH5's AFC capabilities blows the GH4 away. One could also argue Panasonic has done more to provide some ultra portable options within the system than Oly has, they came out with the GM and current GX bodies while Oly pulled back from the PEN. The technology that is available today is mind blowing. A bit of GH5 footage (including the unedited out-of-camera footage - linked from the video's description) for those who wants to see how the IQ is changing when VFR is used: https://youtu.be/vSCJdLlJ3Bw. What exactly is "casual action shooting?". Its 10MP resolution is a bit low for photos, but it's great for video. Panasonic GH5 was released in January 2017, with a MFT sensor which can shoot in 4k up to 60 frames per second. That is much less than the more than 20 that the GH5 has. If I owned a D7200, why would I want a D7500 for instance? Its a professional codec so you can throw it around in post somewhat. @VisualFX A Panasonic rep said they didn't add H.265 because most editors didn't support it and its much harder and slower to edit with at the moment than H.264, but then again their 10-bit 4:2:2 LongGOP files are not quite easy to edit with at the moment either. Expert reviews of all the latest cameras, lenses, smartphones and accessories, since 2003. The D7200 had the best performing sensor in the business, for general photography. And the GH series are relative to APS-C in still photography. Seems to do what it says on the tin. I seldom shoot video so I won't dwell on that. Since we're in the northern hemisphere it's easy to forget about seasons in the southern hemisphere. Price probably will be at least double compared to GH5. What’s the best camera for around $2000? Absolutely the technology has matured at least until some breakthrough comes along that changes the game. IQ of these screen grabs is phenomenally good. In my usual posts about photography, I'm constantly annoying the rest of the forums saying how much I miss CCD, and the overall rendering of old school cameras (I recently bought a Nikon D2x and wrote a quite polemic post on the Nikon forum, mainly saying who much I'm also allergic to the rendering from modern sensors). DPs chose their film stock by the aesthetics that particular film gives. Playing 25fps on many panels (-that are 60Hz) looks juddery even in 50Hz 'PAL' countries. Chris and Jordan take a look at the new Sigma 35mm F2 and 65mm F2. The development cost of one hybrid system is assuredly considerably less than the development cost of two different individually optimized systems. at the same aperture.". However, since 48p was listed on the pre-release specifications provided to the media, it has been widely reported that the GH5 supports 48p shooting. Regarding the the point in time scoring system. I've seen numerous focus follow errors, mostly in less than high-end movies. There are other great still cameras have less emphasis on video. I am 100% sure that you can take 2 pics One with Em1.2 and the other with D7200 or D500, XT2 or A6500. Those who want to shoot more traditionally, and take advantage of the full arsenal of pixels the GH5 has to offer, can shoot at up to 12fps with focus locked at the first shot, or 9fps with continuous AF – that's with a 100-shot raw buffer too. Also downsampling has other benefits like reduction of Moire etc. Panasonic Lumix G90 Review. They're both very popular here at the DPReview offices, but they have very different strengths/weaknesses.
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