FamousÂ filmmaker Philip Bloom posted a new video on his blog, made with the Panasonic GH1.
To see it go here:
I don’t know you but I have never stopped to take pictures with film cameras! May one day I will explain you the reasons why I do this but today I invite you to read the recent Ken Rockwell reviews of two films (both slides).
First we have the Fuji 400x review. I tried the film and I do not like the color rendition. If I have to use 400 ISO I preferr to use the Kodak Portra 400VC or the Fuji Neopan 400 black and white film.
Than we have the Kodak Ektachrome E100G review. I like this film for street photography. I use it a lot!
And if you have time read his very provocative article over film quality against digital photo quality!
I agre with him to 99%!
Remember the best camera is the camera you can carry with you! And if you do not have money but want to be a real photographer buy an old Olympus RC! It is a fantastic camera (with his used price set at only 50$) and at low ISO it beats the image quality of the Nikon D700!
Panasonic Press Release
New Optional Accessories for Lumix G Micro System
M Mount Adaptor DMW-MA2M and R Mount Adaptor DMW-MA3R
Panasonic is pleased to announce two new mount adaptors, the M Mount Adaptor DMW-MA2M and R Mount Adaptor DMW-MA3R, to further enhance the photographic experience with cameras from the Lumix G Micro System.
The M Mount Adaptor and R Mount Adaptor are developed under support of Leica Camera AG, making it possible to attach Leica M lenses (DMW-MA2M) or R lenses (DMW-MA3R) on DMC-G1 and DMC-GH1. Users can enjoy outstanding image rendering offered by the combination of high quality Leica lenses and Lumix G cameras that are full of Panasonicâ€™s cutting edge digital technologies. These adaptors also allow users to use the movable MF assist function, which enlarges the selected area when focusing manually.
Class 10 is a new speed specification standardized by SD Card Association as part of SD Card Specification Ver.3.0 to meet the requirement for higher resolution consecutive shooting and large-sized high definition video shooting.
read moreÂ here: panasonic.co.uk