Season 3, Episode 3: Shooting a Family Vacation: Portrait Photography
Panasonic Lumix GF7 review at Digitalversus.
Olympus M.ZUIKO Digital 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro Review (Photographyblog).
Five Super Sharp Portrait Lenses for Your Mirrorless Camera (ThePhoBlographer).
Seocnd part of the LX100 review at Mirrorlessons.
New German Micro Four Thirds Lens Database at m43-objektive.de.
Nelson: “Moon rise video I done few days ago, with GH4 + Tokina 80-200mm F2.8 https://vimeo.com/116236116”
Christer Wikström: “Pictures I take on a weekend trip with an Olympus Pen E-P5 and 45mm lens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REN6ufyeQNE”
Ludwig “Location: Zurich, Switzerland. Camera: AG-AF100. Lenses: Lumix 35-100 mm and Lumix 7-14 mm. Recorder: BlackmagicDesign UltraStudio 3D over HD-SDI. Recording-format: DPX. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSqxRZLXFVw”
Kyle: “I wanted to share with you this video I did for transworld skateboarding. I made a boxed array of 6 GH4s. I hope you enjoy it and possibly share it! http://skateboarding.transworld.net/lrg-skate-create-2015/#.VMJ5B6YriQl”
Capion Studio: “https://vimeo.com/117715659 s800 Evo Test Flight with the Zenmuse + Panasonic GH4. This slightly aging Hexacopter is still a real contender in the field of aerial platforms. The s800 Evo paired with the GH4 Zenmuse results in a rock solid unit that is just about up for any task. We took it around our neighborhood and here is the results. No warp stabilization has been applied.”
Michael: “I have done a spot of thinking and experimenting. Which has led to the death of the “flat” profile misconception. And the regaining of all the time wasted on fiddling with, and rendering of, technically inferior footage.
The technical explanation is here: http://www.supertone.dk/#!GH4-Optimal-Film-Setting-works-in-stills-too/c24o4/8E18836A-F271-4A14-AF0D-C575B9D5F4B6
Here is a full ASA range test – from 200 to 6400 ASA www.vimeo.com/112699788“