» Posts Tagged ‘Panasonic Gh4’

28Apr Aputure DEC LensRegain, M43 speedbooster and follow focus

Want a focal reducer (a.k.a speed booster) for your Panasonic GH4 as well as a wireless follow focus and camera control system? Meet the Aputure DEC LensRegain which is basically an upgraded version of the original Aputure DEC with a Metabones speed booster style .75x focal reducer built in. Image quality of the a Aputure DEC LensRegain looks top notch […]

23Mar Traded in my 5d mark III for a Sony A7s II

I’ve been shooting on the Canon 5d mark III for about 4 years now and Canon bodies in general for almost seven years. During that time, I’ve stuck with the Canon 5d mark III even as I began to shoot more and more on the Panasonic GH4. Even though many have complained about the lack of resolution […]

19Mar Feeding two Lav mics into a 3.5mm Audio port on the cheap

There are tons of very expensive audio adapters out there that allow you to mix XLR and 3.5 mm audio sources into your camera, sometimes you just need to feed two lav mics into your camera on the cheap. That’s where the $4.50 Hosa stereo breakout cable comes in handy. After all, most Lav mic kits […]

12Mar 4k for $469 Panasonic G7 is on sale again

If you are looking to start shooting 4k on a budget, the Panasonic G7 is now selling for just $469 through seller thepixelhub. While the G7 is missing things like clean HDMI out (while recording) and a headphone jack, the option to shoot 4k for $469 is pretty attractive and of course, it is also a formidable stills […]

26Feb Canon 80d, the Camera you wanted 3 years ago.

It’s been over 6 years since the Canon t2i was released. With the help of Magic Lantern, the t2i brought us headphone monitoring, focus peaking, audio level meters, in camera gain control and some other very impressive features. There have been 8 or so camera bodies released since then, but none of them have provided the value offered […]

24Feb Panasonic G7 for under $500 – Used Gear watch

If you are looking for a very affordable second camera as a backup to the Panasonic Gh4 or are just looking to start shooting 4k on a budget, the Panasonic G7 has dropped bellow $500 on both Amazon and Ebay. That’s a pretty tempting price (even if it is used), and a very affordable option for first […]

17Nov Z-cam E1 M43 camera firmware .21 working AF lens list

For those of you who own the Z-cam E1 camera or are interested in buying one, Z-cam has just released version .21 of the camera’s firmware. You can download it via the Z-cam app. I had a lot of complaints about the first iteration of the Z-cam E1, but with this update Z-cam is finally starting […]

09Nov First look at the Z-cam E1 camera 4k M43 body

I often complain about kickstarter projects, over the years I’ve had bad luck with ruffly two out of every 3 campaigns I’ve contributed to. However I do still occasionally put my money down on things that look extremely interesting and the Z-cam E1 camera looked good. The promise of the kickstarter campaign was a Gopro sized 4k […]

12Sep Panasonic LX100 4k point & shoot – First Impressions

Even though I turn over 1080p footage for the vast majority of the work that I do, I’ve started to shoot 4k whenever available. It’s not that I really “need” to shoot 4k, but the data penalty and workflow aren’t really that bad and I’ve kind of falling into the philosophy “If you have it […]

27Jun DSLR FILM NOOB Podcast Episode 35

Episode 35 of DSLR FILM NOOB podcast is up. Mitch from planet5D.com joins me to discuss the Zoom F8, Audio-technica system 10, Instamic, the Tokina 24-70mm f2.8, the Z-Camera, and more. You can find the show notes here. You can find the show on itunes here, Soundcloud, or under the podcast tab above. You can also leave […]