readers work roundup…(GF1 used bye Peter Jackson employee)

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Here is a list of works done by our 43rumors readers:

Farrukh: “I also visited a Michelin star restaurant today where I created this video clip and this photo set: implausibleblog.com Photos: flickr.com Really liking this lens!

RS: “Mirrorless, but not a system: flickr.com shots taken with pre-production sample of Lumix 3D1, original MPO-files splitted/converted with shareware GraficConverter 7.5 by Lemkesoft (http://www.lemkesoft.com). GraphicConverter handles other .MPO-files from photos taken with Lumix 3D-lens at G-models (and Fuji), too flickr.com. You can recommend GraficConverter to all Mac-users, which don’t want see their 3D photos only on TV. And you can recommend  in general – It’s a real swiss army knife for photo editing, not only 3D. I use GraphicConverter as main browsing instrument and fast everyday-editing, when I dont need some special Photoshop features. As long as you don’t register and pay the little share, you only have to wait a few seconds after starting the program, that’s all, no other limitations.”

Russ: “Thought you’d be interested.  I’m gearing up for a 3 month bicycle trip to New Zealand and have switched to PENs for stills and video. Some samples here! Travel Video shot with PEN
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kYncfBywPw Review of 3 mics for PEN http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcqaCbE2Dj8 CycloCross http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNdvcyk8HDw”.

Daniel: “I am currently living in New Zealand at the moment and working for Peter Jackson’s company Weta Digital.  We are all camera geeks there and I find your site very informative.
I made this little timelapse video with my Panasonic GF1 and wanted to share it with you.  My friend at worked built a motorized timelapse dolly for this short.  I thought it was fitting for you site so I wanted to share.
Keep up the good work and I look forward to hearing about updates.   I am waiting for that pro camera with a view finder from Panasonic still. ;)  I think my next camera may be the GH3 or that new Fuji you just showed!
vimeo
http://vimeo.com/32377031
youtube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9Ym1fKs6nA&feature=youtu.be&hd=1

Taz: “This is not a rumor but your site shared my SLR magic lens video a while back, so I was thinking it would be nice for people to see the Rokinon (Samyang) 7.5mm f3.5 lens as well. I did a quick unboxing with shooting video through the fisheye lens in the same video. Hope this helps! Here is the link: http://youtu.be/rcuBdqvlI-M

Melvin:Would like to share my new short film with 4/3rumors readers. Dolphins, killer whales, gannets, seals and puffins, all filmed on locations in the North Sea over 7 months time. Equipment used: GH2 with olympus zuiko lenses 9-18, 12-60, 35-100/2.0 150/2.0 and 300/2.8 and both zuiko converters. The close ups of the gannet were made with 300/2.8 and ec20. http://youtu.be/zSRpC3MfiM8 The gopro was used to film under water. A water proof housing for the GH2 could be an interesting option in future. GH2 and the zuiko lenses have proven to be a reliable setup for me. Great system!

As usual keep sending me your best videos and pictures! Thanks!

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  • $$

    any rumors to post?

  • Yun

    Yes , I believe everyone is eager to know latest about GH3 . My consent is the design of this Panay flagship , is it a SLR type ( GH2 ) or a rangefinder style ( L1 ) ?
    This is important .

    • stickytape

      Never has it crossed my mind that the GH3 would be styled like a rangefinder. The GH line, and the G line for that matter, has had larger bodies and grips with EVF humps thus far, and I don’t expect that to change.

  • kakajaj

    …..BREAKING NEWS…..

    employee of the pope spotted with a CANON camera!!!

    the cleric is using CANON!!!

    ……….BREAKING NEWS………

    CANON a holy camera…

    • admin

      LOL :)

  • Sam

    I thought the holy see would be using Leica? Similar history and all that? or maybe a Hasselblad?

    Just bought a 14mm f2.5, it’s good.

    Anyone seen the new Toshiba lighting at the Louvre? It’s brilliant.

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