a little bit of everything…(GH1 vs GH2: Rolling shutter evaluation)

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M43blogspot compared the Rolling shutter effect of the new G2 and the older GH1. There is almost no difference here…

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 review at DCresource: “The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 is an impressive interchangeable lens camera that does both still photography and video recording very well.

Panasonic LX5 review at optyczne.pl

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100 Review at Steve Digicam’s.

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  • CRB

    Dcresource article is a review…with all conclusions at the last page…please check again….and merry christimas

  • Zonkie

    On dcresource the guy says: “I’ll be spending the rest of the year spending time with family, and working on previews of some yet-to-be-announced new cameras, so stay tuned for those!”

    Since no new DSLR is expected right now, they must be mirrorless cameras or compact ones. Since probably only high end compacts are sent for preview before announcement, I’d say that the possibilities are:

    – Olympus high-end compact
    – A new PEN (also by Olympus)
    – Nikon’s mirrorless??
    – The Fuji X100

    I guess we’ll know in about 10 days :)

    • CRB

      If is yet to be announced…probably a new pen or nikons mirrorless (but according to the rumors…i wouldnt be excited….)

  • Esa Tuunanen

    Well, as sensor is CMOS and there’s either rolling shutter or global shutter and not both problem exists untill this flaw of CMOS is fixed.

  • This place is quiet … just us folks with no family.
    Merry Christmas.

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