New patched GH1 video samples.

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Video by Andrew Reid (via Philip Bloom)

It is exciting to see how much the free work from capable people can improove the performance of the Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1. I hope one day camera makers will make it possible for people to write their own applications. Would love to see a “MicroFourThirds” application store!

Latest news:
The PTool 3.36 has been released (click here to visit the download page)
1) Native 24p/25p patch modified to prevent freezing on playback.
2) Simplified video bitrate patch added.

Awesome screenshots are available here: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.php?p=2015034&postcount=71
New videos are available here: http://www.dvxuser.com/V6/showpost.php?p=2012699&postcount=10
Read the latest article from Philip Bloom!

And click here to check out the price (and eventually order) the Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1Panasonic GH1

Thanks tester13 and the DVXuser for making that possible!

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  • jt

    All the Japanese camera makers seem to be about built-in obsolescence. Of course Panasonic knew the GH1 was capable of doing much more- but they deliberately chose not to provide it.

  • Dave

    What an awesome video! Overwhelmingly good, and the music was perfect.

  • jak0b

    Wow… that’s one sharp A$$ video

  • DonTom

    I’m not at all a software person, but….
    It would be interesting to see if a similar thing can be achieved on the G10 as well. The sensor is probably the same, perhaps it just has dumbed-down software? If the same results were to be available from the lowest level camera with hacking, Panasonic will have to re-assess their pricing and marketing a bit! And the GH2 would have to be a real advance to make it worthwhile……

  • jt

    With this hack the video the GH1 is capable of producing is impressive indeed. And I agree with DonTom, Panasonic better make the GH2 a legitimate advance if they hope to sell any. I seem to recall recent comments from Panny that after the GH1 video improvements would be saved for their much more expensive video cameras- they would not be significantly improving the video in their still cameras, perhaps out of fear it would impact video camera sells. Well, if that’s the attitude they’ve adopted for the GH2 good luck selling any.

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