Micro Four Thirds Standard Zoom Lens Review
P13: “I’ve filmed a new SLR Magic 10mm lens test with ND on the DJI Ronin in Ogden Water (England). https://vimeo.com/110611884”
Jurek: “Wanted to share with you and your readers my recent experience of traveling to S. E. Asia with the Panasonic GH4 and the SLR Magic 10mm lens and the SLR variable ND filter. We were away for a month and took in Vietnam, Sri Lanka and the Maldives and I have to say, the slight additional effort in using this manual combination was well worth it. There is a longer commentary in the Vimeo posting. Hope you enjoy. https://vimeo.com/110962913”
Pietz: ““Welcome To Anywhere II” was entirely filmed with the Lumix G6 and later with the GH4 (14-140mm + 25mm 1.4). Working with the GH4 is just pure joy. It feels like the first camera I’ve used that doesnt hold me back. the 1080p picture looks already very nice, but looking at a still frame you can easily spot that its origin is a video file. In 4k however every frame looks like a perfectly crisp photo. so much so that i sometimes run into trouble when landscape shots don’t have a lot of movement. in the first second it always looks like i inserted a high res photo into the film. no joke. having this much power with a camera this small and no accessories needed is a killer feature for my kind of run and gun travel videography. and with the batteries lasting basically forever i can easily go on a 7 day trip with 3 batteries, no charging needed.
Quick tip on the side: enable the electronic shutter for timelapse photography. the battery will last about twice as long and your shutter will live a longer life http://youtu.be/VXIb6a5De_w”