4k Aerial 56th Street Newport Beach Hurricane Marie Swell // Wednesday, August 27th (shot on GH4) from Vertical Prime on Vimeo.
E-Pl7 hands-on at DC.watch.
E-PL7 image samples at Pen And Tell.
E-PL7 test pictures at Fotopolis.
E-PL7 vs E-Pl5 size comparison by Pen And Tell.
Insect-D-Sight video which was shot with a full-spectrum Olympus OMD EM-5 and Coastal Optics 60mm F4 APO lens at Myphotojourney.
Kai-Duc: “Just wanted to share with you my latest wedding video created in Chicago with Panasonic GH4 / GH3 / GH2 & G6 cameras, so your audience can see how a real event can be covered in a cinematic fashion using all these cameras at once. There are a few aerial shots using a GoPro Hero3 + DJI Phantom quadcopter & a couple 5D mark III shots if you can spot them – everything else is pure m43 with manfrotto tripod, slider, and steadicam merlin. Lenses used are Pana 12-35 X F2.8 / 20 F1.7, SLR Magic 25 0.95, Canon FD 50 F1.4 & 55 F1.2 with RJ Lens turbo, Carl Zeiss Jena Tessar 50 2.8, Helios 44-2 58mm F2, Olympus 9 – 18.
For more info: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.kaiducluong.com”
Sol: “GH4 owners looking for a cage that doesn’t block the camera’s hand grip or controls might be interested in this review of Wooden Camera’s Quick Cage: http://suggestionofmotion.com/blog/wooden-camera-quick-cage-review/”
Karsten: “Even if I own both GH4 and E-M1 I often prefer the Olympus in taking pictures. GH4 is a great movie cam, but I love the colours of the E-M1 pictures. And the following link may help to reduce some prejudices against mFT: There isn´t any chance to play with DOF? And mFT will fail in lowlight situations? Of course not!
All pics taken by E-M1 and Zuiko 14-35 f2.0, Zuiko 150 f2.0, Minolta Rokkor 58 f1.2 with Speedbooster.”
Lorenzo: “I thought readers might be interested in my short documentary on the gusmiths of Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso: https://vimeo.com/104285129. Filmed with a GH2 and Olympus lens.“