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Behind the Scenes: Making the Amazing Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1Olympus E-PL1 TV Ad

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LX3 listed as “finished” in our computer database; Ted’s Camera Stores Australia
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Office Noir Episode 1: The office Creeper (Clarkhuot.com)
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 review (Photoreview Australia)
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Panasonic Lumix G2 review Digital Camera Review at ePhotozine.com.
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Unique experience with the Ricoh GXR. Photoblossoms.wordpress.com (google english translation)
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New Olympus 14-150mm image samples at DC.watch.impress (google english translation)
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Panasonic 7-14mm lens review at Letsgodigital.
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Olympus E-P1 720nm Infrared Conversion (Infraredatelier)

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  • mochapaulo

    Waha…I just wonder is the editor feeling comfort with the 1280X720@30 fps? Or is it just easier than convert 24 fps from the industrial standard.

    Anyway, if the audience was not told, it looks as good as a normal film production.

  • Tom

    @mochapaulo… for broadcast, standard is 30fps (29.97). 24fps (23.98) is only used for cinematic releases. I’m sure the biggest challenge was getting proper lighting. I wonder if they attempted to send timecode to the camera or not.

  • Miroslav

    That DC.watch.impress link is very useful, thanks!
    Lots of comparisons between Olympus 14-150 and Panasonic 14-140 lenses.

  • Miroslav

    The E-PL1 ad was shot with E-P2 as well. It would be interesting to know which lenses were used.

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