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Introducing 4K Video Advantages – A Revolution in Videography (Panasonic)

GH4 test at Fotopolis.
Olympus Stylus Tough TG-850 Waterproof Review (ePhotozine).
Cheap focal reducer test with gh2 also compared to full frame D600 at Stronzvanderploeg.
Documentary filmed with Panasonic 4K (in low light) on Youtube.
Nocticron comparison at Tomnguyenstudio.
Olympus SH-1 review at

David:Hey, I found a way to make smooth, super-slow, sharp, slow-motion video cheaply! A video test sample is here:   (To view it properly, select “1080P” and “full-screen”.  It takes a few seconds to switch to the higher resolution and larger size, and you may need to pause the playing to let the streaming get a bit ahead to prevent “stops” in the playing of this video.) I put a half-sizedfull-speed version of the video at the beginning and end for comparison with the 1/8th play speed of the full-sized version between them. The slow-motion version on YouTube still retains much of the original file’s sharpness, even with streaming, but both sharpness and smoothness do suffer a bit compared with the original slow-motion file. The “music” was a quick “cobbling together” of some of my MIDI and bird sound recordings. The camera used was a Panasonic G5, which shoots very sharp 1080-60p video. The lens is a very sharp selected sample of the Rokinon 180-degree 7.5mm fisheye. This was only a test – and it “ain’t purdy”…;-) To find out how I did it, click on “About” on YouTube, and you will know “the secrets”!;-) “

Tamino:some work done with GH3 we did for Coach

Jan:I made a comparioson review of a noname Four Thirds to Micro Four Thirds Adapter from china and the original MMF-1 Adapter from Olympus. I thought this might be interesting for your readers. The comparison is on Youtube in English ( and German ( I posted the full article (in German) on my blog:

Brian:This is a sports video shot entirely with the Panasonic GX7 and GM1. The lenses used were the Panasonic 12-35mm and 35-100mm f2.8 zoom lenses. Drake Relays 2014

Anonymous:Not bad at all! “NOTE: Testing the Olympus OM-D E-M1 continues. Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät -photo set was shot entirely with Olympus and FM2000 shots are taken with EOS 5D Mark III. By looking at the pictures you can hardly see any difference (if at all). This guy has three sets of E-m1 images here:

Paulo:Here’s a video of a Panasonic rep going over the GH4 and the A500 action camera that also shoots 4K videos. Feel free to embed it on your site if you like.

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