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
Una de las mejores cámaras de cine digital y vídeo -Full HD (1080p, con un codec intra frame de 72 Mbps) Cectividad WiFi para controlar remotamente las principales funciones de la Lumix GH3 El sistema de conecta con una app a tablets y smartphones para transferir las imágenes capturadas Sistema GPS El precio Panasonic Lumix GH3 $1300 dólares Procesador Venus Engine para video de alta calidad Sensor LMOS de 16 MPx y rango dinámico extendido ISO 200-12800 (forzado 25600) OLED de 3″ táctil abatible y giratorio DSP Venus Engine de 4 núcleos Máxima velocidad de obturación, 1/4000 Sistema de AF por contraste y 6 fps Video en Full HD a 1080/60p Chasis de aleación de magnesio sellado SD/SDHC/SDXC WiFi y GPS integrado al cuerpo USB 2.0 High Speed Bateria Li-ion 7.2V, 1860mAh Peso 470gr Tamaño 132.9 x 93.4 x 82.0mm
Took the Lumix 12-35 out for a quick test shoot with the Panasonic AF-100. I mostly shot wide open and 5.6 from 12mm to 35mm. The lens is parfocal which I am very happy about. Performs very well and is nice and light. This ones a keeper. The range is just great. Equivalent to a 24-70 in 35mm world. This makes it my most useful lens I own for the AF-100 and lets not forget the GH2. For stills the 12-35 on the GH2 is sweet! OIS for hand held and again a great range.
Please visit my blog for more on the Lumix 12-35. eriknaso.com/2012/08/27/testing-out-the-panasonic-lumix-g-x-vario-12-35mm/
I wanted to make this a "test video" but I don't like shooting charts. Not my thing, so I added the F-stops and focal length for easy assessment. I hope it helps. Over time I'm going to add more shots to this test video but for know I think it shows this lenses capability. As for zooming while shooting I didn’t test this. I will soon. The lens wasn’t designed to be a servo type lens but with a follow focus attached slow pushes and pulls might be possible. I will test this out soon and add this to the description.
The team around Vitaly Kiselev now released the new version 3,66D of the PTool hacking software (Click here). It supports the Panasonic GX1 and G3 cameras. Our reader Nils posted some G3 test results and video samples on the Personal view forum. I guess sooner or later also the just announced G5 will be supported. As usual it’s nice to know our cameras can get better in time without to have to buy a new one!
A medio camino entre la avanzada Lumix DMC-GX1 y las diminutas Lumix GF, Panasonic mantiene vivos los orígenes de su familia Micro Cuatro Tercios con una Lumix DMC-G5 que llega con tímidas novedades respecto a la G3. Unas novedades que, en cualquier caso, afectan más al manejo y la ergonomía que a los resultados que es capaz de ofrecer este modelo de 16 megapíxeles.
Nuevo lente super luminoso del sistema Micro Cuatro Tercios ideal para #CineDigital Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH "There was a time where fast lenses were scarce in Micro-Four-Thirds land but things have changed quite a bit during the last 2 years. Among the first high-speed lenses was the Panasonic Leica Summilux 25mm f/1.4 ASPH which filled the "standard lens" gap in the system. Its maximum aperture of f/1.4 is certainly fast with respect to light gathering, but in terms of depth-of-field you are effectively "loosing" about two f-stops in this respect compared to the classic full format but this is still sufficient for quite shallow depth-of-field images especially for documentary photography. You should be able to find one for around 500EUR so it is far from being a budget item considering the typical prices for standard prime lenses in the DSLR market."
Panasonic presenta sus últimas novedades en la Conferencia NAB 2012
Bajo el lema “Prestaciones eXtraordinarias para el mundo real”, Panasonic ha anunciado durante la Feria NAB 2012 el lanzamiento de innovadores productos de hardware y de software para el mercado broadcast, además de diversas mejoras para sus productos actuales.
During Photokina 2012, Imaging Resource's founder and publisher Dave Etchells interviewed five senior executives from Panasonic about the company's latest technologies and cameras, especially the newly released, single-lens mirrorless GH3.
The panel of executives from Panasonic Corporation included:
Michiharu Uematsu, Special Adviser, Merchandising Group, Imaging Network 1 Business Unit, Imaging Business Group, AVC Networks Company Yoshiyuki Inoue, Senior Engineering Planner, Merchandising Group/Marketing Planning Team, Imaging Network 1 Business Unit, Imaging Business Group, AVC Networks Company Masanori Kouyama, Senior Coordinator, System Camera Planning Team, Product Planning Group Takeshi Kuraku, Manager, Marketing, Team for Americas, Network Products Group, Digital Imaging Takashi Mori, Councilor, Communications Team, Communications Group, AVC Marketing Division, Global Consumer Marketing Sector Please note that because it was an open, free-flowing panel discussion and we couldn't be 100% certain of accurately attributing the answers to each executive, we've simply attributed the answers to Panasonic as a whole.
Panasonic redobla su apuesta por el vídeo con la Lumix GH3
Fiel a la filosofía híbrida de la saga a la cual pertenece, la Lumix DMC-GH3 se ha estrenado en Colonia las horas previas al pistoletazo de salida de Photokina. Llamada a liderar el catálogo fotográfico de Panasonic, la nueva Micro Cuatro Tercios conserva los 16 megapíxeles de su predecesora pero cuenta con más controles repartidos por su cuerpo -que ahora es más resistente- y suma la conexión Wi-Fi a sus prestaciones. Las novedades más interesantes, sin embargo, afectan al apartado del vídeo, que cuenta con un modo de grabación a 72 Mbps.
Panasonic anuncia la LUMIX DMC-GH3 su cámara sin espejo HIGH END orientada al cine digital
Photokina 2012: Panasonic has unveiled the DMC-GH3, its most movie-orientated Micro Four Thirds camera yet. The GH3 is built around a new 16MP sensor, which the company promises will offer improved image quality. In addition the camera, which now features a larger and weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, is packed with videographer-friendly features. These include 3.5mm mic and headphone sockets, 60p/60i/30p/24p output, All-I or IPB compression options (at up to 80 or 50 Mbps respectively) and timecode support. There will also be the option of a battery grip to allow shooting for longer periods.
Click here to read our Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH3 preview
The short answer is “in a sense.” Of course, digital cameras are not designed and built to be “perfect,” but to match specific uses and, therefore, markets: point-and-shoots for a beginner consumer market, introductory and mid-range DSLRs for serious amateurs and professional-grade DSLRs for pros and semi-pros. What may put the Panasonic LUMIX G3K camera in a class of its own is that it has easy-to-use compact camera-like features for the typical amateur as well as pro-like capabilities for a broad range of more experienced photographers.
Shooting with the LUMIX G3K, beginners can quickly be more creative without a huge learning curve.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Panasonic's Lumix digital camera brand which makes it an appropriate year for launching some exciting new products. One of those is the Panasonic Lumix G5, the ninth model in the G-series which introduced the world to the Micro Four Thirds standard and mirrorless system cameras in the shape of the DMC-G1, in 2008.
With its electronic viewfinder and SLR-like form factor the G5 is arguably the most direct competitor to 'traditional' entry-level SLRs in the current Lumix lineup. It sits above the simpler GF5 and below the top-of-the-line and enthusiast models GH2 and GX1.
El nuevo Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35 mm f/2,8 ASPH. Power O.I.S está sellado contra la intemperie
OBJETIVOPanasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35 mm f/2,8 ASPH. Power O.I.S. Cobertura Micro Cuatro Tercios Focales 12-35 mm Focales "equivalentes" 24-70 mm Ángulos de toma 84º a 34º Abertura máxima f/2,8 Abertura mínima f/22 Numero de palas 7, abertura redondeada Lentes/grupos 14/9 Lentes aesféricas Cuatro lentes aesféricas Otras lentes especiales Una lente de ultra extra-baja dispersión (UED), una lente de ultra alta refracción (UHR) Lentes flotantes Para el enfoque interno Revestimientos Multicapas de nanopartículas Distancia mínima de enfoque 25 cm Escala de reproducción 0,17 X (0,34 x en equivalente 24 x 36 mm)
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 is a digital mirrorless interchangeable lens camera adhering to the joint Olympus and Panasonic Micro Four Thirds System (MFT) system design standard. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-G3 is the eighth Panasonic MFT camera introduced under the standard and the thirteenth model MFT camera introduced by either Olympus or Panasonic, The G3 includes full HD video recording capability in AVCHD format accordance with the MFT system design standard.
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