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Lumix GH3 Vs G6 by Giulio Sciorio.

Panasonic GF6 review at Neocamera.
Fhugen GH3 cage on Twitter.
75-300mm F4.8-6.7 II lens review at DxOmark.
Olympus 75mm lens test at Bryantakespictures.
Olympus Premium Leather Accessories For PEN E-P5 Launched (ePhotozine).
E-P5 review at Cameralabs.
Olympus E-P5 with 60mm macro lens image samples (DC.watch).
Nokton 42,5mm lens test at DC.watch.
Olympus E-P5 test at Yodobashi.
The Good, the Bad and the Downright Wonderful of the Olympus Electronic Viewfinder VF-4 (BestMirrorlessCameraReviews).
photocamera bag review by Jay Soriano.

  • Wondering

    Is Giulio Scorio an imposter of Giulio Sciorio?

  • Anonymous

    This guy is terrible full sponsored , panny slut

    • kavat



      Whether GS works with Panasonic, don’t know, but I know he does a lot of Video and Hybrid Photography and the GH series is the best in video.
      I bet y’all don’t see a problem with Robin Wong praising Olympus evey chance he gets.
      Some Photogs are affiliated with camera companies, get over it. You’re just upset that he’s affiliated with Panasonic. If he was with Olympus, you’d be saluting him.

    • YOU MAD, BRO?

      Hahahahaha! Tell ’em why you Mad, Son!!

    • I have no issue with this comparison video. If you do not like the content then do not watch it. I found the video informative. Whether or not he works for Panasonic, the content was valuable and informative. It is great to see Panasonic offering something different to the offerings from Olympus. If ultimately makes the category stronger.

      • Mr. Reeee

        The video was okay, I wish he had said more about real features but instead, he wasted a ton of time on idiotic features like in-camera editing and “art” filters. All that crap should be removed. After all, that’s what Photoshop and Snapseed are for. Nevermind killing already very limited battery capacity.

    • tanngrisnir3

      In a word, no.

      He’s quite a good full sponsored panny slut.

      Jealousy doesn’t become you.

    • Tad

      If he works for Panny, so what? He’s not comparing a Panny with another brand, he’s comparing two Panasonic cameras.

    • bousozoku

      Can you shoot as well as he can?

      If so, then make videos to show us something good.

  • MarcoSartoriPhoto

    I’m quite interested in Voigtländer 42.5mm but I would have preferred to see some photos taken in dim light/dark. That razor thin shallow depth of field is.. too much thin.
    I think it could be a nice portrait lens for night portraits.
    In the meanwhile I use the new 50mm T1.5 M mount.

    • tomas

      @Marco…can you pls specify the 50mm lens you use?

      • MarcoSartoriPhoto

        Tomas, I recently bought a chrome Voigtländer 50mm T1.5 M. It’s the new M mount (for Leicas M). On OMD it’s angle is similar to the 45mm of course. But it’s a T1.5 (brighter), beautiful IQ (slightly less contrast than Leica Summilux 50mm f1.4 ASPH.), and amazing build quality. Small but quite heavy, being the chrome edition. I didn’t have the time to post a portrait taking with it. I have several, but from relatives.

        • tomas

          thanks for feedback..I see…checked Steve Huff review and looks very nice lens!

        • so its actually faster then the older nokton 1.5, using the T stop indication now. why did they switch to T stop now? will it become their standard?

          • MarcoSartoriPhoto

            Ulli, I think Voigtländer wanted to offer a valid alternative to Leica Summiluxes. From now on their M mount lenses will have a M next to the name. They increased overall quality, it’s really a beautiful piece of metal and the glass is mesmerizing. Important: now min focusing distance is 70 cms, 20cms less than previous models.

            • Ah Okay, I am reading some more info now, they still using the F-stop indication. The previous Nokton 1.5 version was alot cheaper if i remember correctly. The new one cost about the same as the 50mm 1.1 Nokton, which uses no aspherical element.

    • Mr. Reeee

      +10 on low light shots!

      I do a lot of handheld shooting at night, in low light and indoors, so the shallow depth of field thing isn’t of that much importance. Although it was good to see what was being done wide open with high shutter speeds.

      The 42.5mm looks like another winner of a lens! Can’t wait to get one!

      • MarcoSartoriPhoto

        Reeee, can you put some of them on Flickr? I’d like to see some of your works! (And J Shin founded a group named 43rumors too)

  • Thank you ever so much for sharing our article! Heather

  • Hmm, the Dx mark review and test suggest that the Oly 75-300 mark II is substantially different in optically qualities from mark I. Judging by the specs (from my head) these lenses differ only cosmetically though, hwile optically they are the same one lens except maybe for somewhat improved front glass coating, which couldn’t realistically offer such a boost to resolution. I wonder if its just sample variation or the effect of some instability in DX mark methodology.

  • Anonymous

    Photos from Yodobashi page are awesome, really nice to see good photographer taking test photos more seriously. Especially photo with koi was nice.

    • MarcoSartoriPhoto

      I agree, he took nice photos showing what the camera and those lenses can do.

  • George

    Cannot stand this guy talking . Ah ah …

    • Bored

      “Uh, uhm… blah blah, uh, uh… blah blah uh uh uhm.”

      Keeping up with making sense is hard when your mouth is faster than your brain. Boring babbling is the result. I could stand watching and listening for just 30 seconds. He should do silent movies.

  • f/0.00020

    G6 is a pro camera. All pros should buy G6. Without G6 you are not a pro.

  • Surab

    Why had the video need to have such a narrow depth of field? That was really annoyoing. I meant that at least the whole camera plus lens should have been in focus…. :S
    Nice video otherwise, but I have hoped for a bit less praising.

    Having to much time, makes you cicle through your decision on what camera to buy, G6 or OM-D? I had alreday decided for the OM-D… :S September where are you?

  • What about the video quality? Many of us use GH3s for shooting pro-grade video with great glass. Photography is kindof a secondary benefit for most of us in that sense. Comparing built-in editing and menus is also less important. Ultimately many of us just care about the quality and codecs on board, as well as the sensor.

    Decent review of the body and menus but not much else.

  • that GH3 looks really like some serious gear. I am glad its part of the m43 system, having some more beefier bodies, for the one who need such.

  • lone.samurai

    I enjoyed this video which gave me a deeper insight into the g6 and gh3.
    I don’t understand why some are bashing this guy? I don’t understand why People get over zealous and mentally charged up over brand preference?….it’s just a camera. Wonder if some go to sleep in their Panasonic, Olympus, fuji or Sony underwear and cape?…..lol
    I’m primarily an Olympus user and yes they are my preference but I o sawn the great 14-150 4/3 panasonic lens and also shoot with fuji so this hole fanboy trash seems a little immature.

  • lone.samurai

    On another topic Admin.
    I noticed you’ve listed on Sony Rumors specs for an 32mp apsc sensor on next wave of A mount being possibly for a79.
    I’m wondering if you’ve heard anything about Olympus getting that sensor which has some insane pdaf spec, heard anything Admin?
    A down scaled version for 4/3 of the same quality and pixel density would be about 24mp! If this sensor has gains at all iso’s and DR with the few hundred af points, coupled with Oly’s masrerful processor plus sensor tuning there could be some serious specs on the next wave of Oly cams.
    Also Sony’s next evf is 4mp!…I’d like to see that on an e7 or em7 despite Oly using the epson vf perhaps they could benifet a little more from this new partnership their in.
    Seriously, what will be cimung from Panasonic and Olympus in the next couple years may make our ep3’s, omd’s and g6 cameras look like poverty packs that still take decent images nevertheless!

  • Anthony

    People like ‘George’ and ‘Bored’ who make un constructive criticism about how someone speaks are nothing but jelous wanna be’s. Your comments add nothing to the discussion and only help reveal your insecurities as a photographer.

    • Pepe

      Ask your mommy for a grammar and a dictionary for Christmas.

      • Anonymous

        @Pepe , what is “a grammar” lol

  • Pepe

    I presume your lexicon is sadly limited. A grammar is a book: See 5b

    gram·mar (grmr)
    a. The study of how words and their component parts combine to form sentences.
    b. The study of structural relationships in language or in a language, sometimes including pronunciation, meaning, and linguistic history.
    a. The system of inflections, syntax, and word formation of a language.
    b. The system of rules implicit in a language, viewed as a mechanism for generating all sentences possible in that language.
    a. A normative or prescriptive set of rules setting forth the current standard of usage for pedagogical or reference purposes.
    b. Writing or speech judged with regard to such a set of rules.
    4. A book containing the morphologic, syntactic, and semantic rules for a specific language.
    a. The basic principles of an area of knowledge: the grammar of music.
    b. A book dealing with such principles.

    Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/grammar

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