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Panasonic Lumix GH3 gets more serious about audio & video than its predecessors

Panasonic Lumix GH3 gets more serious about audio & video than its predecessors | COMPACT VIDEO & PHOTOGRAPHY | Scoop.it
After a much extended product cycle than first expected, Panasonic has just announced the Lumix GH3 camera, which will replace the GH2, which is even called the “predecessor” in the official GH3 press release dated September 17, 2012. The GH3 is somewhat larger and tougher, which I know many will applaud, and is full of audio/video improvements including a full 3.5mm mic input instead of the prior 2.5mm, manual audio levels when recording, a headphone jack for monitoring, as well as several new video recording formats, including much higher bit rate recording without having to hack the camera. Ahead you’ll see a promotional video from Panasonic and many of its new audio/video specs
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Canon: "The EOS-M is made for women". No plan to make FF mirrorless (for now)

Canon: "The EOS-M is made for women". No plan to make FF mirrorless (for now) | COMPACT VIDEO & PHOTOGRAPHY | Scoop.it

Posted by MirrorlessRumors on August 10, 2012


"DC.watch (Translation here) interviewed the Canon team that developed the EOS-M mirrorless camera. Here are some interesting bits from the interview:


1) From the beginning the goal was to make the EOS-M as good as other EOS DSLR cameras. And to make ir small and light.
2) First goal is to reach a 15% of the mirrorless market share in Japan (by October).
3) Shutter from the EOS DSLR series has been minaturzized to fit into the EOS-M
4) GX1 sales are still strong (production is 30.000 units per month).
5) A Four Thirds sensor would bring an even further advantage in miniaturization but Canon wanted to make it fully EOS compatible.
6) We chosed to have Phase detection pixel on sensor because that technology works better than COntrast AF on moving objects."

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