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Panasonic Lumix GH5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park

After seeing what you guys wanted to see in a GH5 review, we take some of our favorite suggestions and head out to Brooklyn Bridge Park, to tour the scenery and check out what the Panasonic Lumix GH5 is capable of. Unlike a lot of the reviews online, we gave most our focus to the camera’s still photography performance. Shot on a a Panasonic GH4 with Olympus 12-40 2.8 and Sony a7s with a Canon 50mm 1.8. 1:32 Form Factor 2:30 Our Disaster Moment 3:52 Stabilization Tests for Stills 5:30 Video Stabilization 6:00 180 FPS Slow Motion 7:03 Autofocus Tests 8:37 6K Photo 9:59 Focus Transition 11:37 Auto ISO 12:19 ISO Tests for Stills 14:20 ISO Tests for Video Hosted by Alison Grasso (@here_say Instagram) and Josh Weiss (@LeftLensCapOn Instagram). Filmed by Eliza Bray and Colin Miller. Follow us on Twitter at: Check out our website: See what we shoot with at To see Josh's Street Photography, visit

Panasonic GH5 Review: Top 5 Features for Filmmakers!

This is my Panasonic GH5 review from the perspective of a videographer and wedding filmmaker. Check out the best new features! GH5 Filmmaking Gear ➡️ Wedding films: In this video I'm going behind the scenes of my first wedding that I filmed with the GH5; How well it performs and what I like most about it and if GH5 is worth getting over the GH4 if you’re a filmmaker. Strictly talking about video; not photography I’ve been using the Panasonic GH4 for video since its release in 2014. Preordered the GH5; been using since early April. Mainly use it for YouTube videos and wedding videography Price $1997 for body (GH4 is $1497) Similarities MFT SENSOR FOCUS PEAKING TILT-SWIVEL TOUCHSCREEN 4K VIDEO BUILT-IN WI-FI w/ APP EXTERNAL MIC JACK HEADPHONE JACK SAME BATTERY (SIMILAR BATTERY LIFE) GH5 new features/advantages over GH4 Video Quality GH5 new 20.3MP sensor compared to the GH4 16MP sensor with no low-pass filter resulting in slightly finer details 1.7x faster readout; reduces rolling shutter New image processor can process data 1.3x faster 4K Video with No Crop; Uses full width of the sensor so no slight cropping with certain lenses, more light capture and better noise performance Low light has improved ever so slightly; still one of the biggest drawbacks of MFT Lens is biggest factor for handling low light For noise tolerance I don’t got past ISO 3200, try to keep it 1600 and under as much as possible though GH5 can show Waveform and Vectorscopes of the scene being shot. This ability to visualize your shot using video-industry standard tools is awesome And even though it costs a little extra, the VLog upgrade adds the ability to load LUTs so that the camera can show a preview while shooting in VLOG which is usually hard to interpret. Rack focusing using three customized focus distances With the new and upcoming firmware updates, the GH5 has an impressive selection of high resolution formats, frame rates and bitrates. With the GH4 you needed an external recorder to get higher frame rates or better compression. The GH5 can do it internally now, without the need of an external recorder. So for example it can record 4K, 4:2:2 10-bit at 150Mbps which is awesome because that’s double the color information and 64 times color depth in comparison to the internal recording of the GH4. But for me, maybe my favorite feature is recording 4K at 60fps. Not only does it produce very stunning video but it provides so much flexibility in post which I’ll explain in a minute. Slow Motion 180fps in full HD for filming something really fast; hasn’t really affected how I shoot Huge benefit is 4K at 60fps If shooting in 4K and delivering in 1080p, 4K 60fps gives you so much flexibility in post (punch in with no quality loss, and slow to 24fps timeline for smooth slow motion) Stabilization IBIS, one of the best new features Dual IS 2 combines sensor and optical stabilization for a total of 5 stops of compensation Lenses without OIS (for example Sigma 18-35 w/ speed booster) can be used handheld Works extra well when shooting in 4K and slowing down to 24p timeline along with software stabilization effect Autofocus Both use contrast detection which is inferior to other manufacturers who use phase detection GH4 has a 1st gen Depth from Defocus system with 49 AF points; GH5 has 225 AF points with new motion detection algorithm and more customizable AF settings I’ve found that the continuous AF in video mode has not improved enough to make me use it. hardly ever use AF, maybe used it once or twice during my 3 years with GH4. Most people use AF on a gimbal so I tested it. Don’t get the GH5 if you heavily rely on continuous AF in videos. However, I think this is how autofocus is supposed to be used for video, it’s how I use it. With the native Lumix lenses, the AF is lightning fast so I use it to focus before recording. Find what you want to focus on, half-press the shooting button, it focuses extremely fast, then hit Record. That’s how I do it. If you prioritize AF, get a Canon 80D or even a Sony a6500 Design NO BUILT-IN FLASH Dual SD card slots Full size HDMI port Moved the record button from back to top which I’m not a huge fan of honestly New joystick which is really convenient for going through menus and using it for autofocus New custom button near the lens adds some functionality Bluetooth Slightly more viewfinder magnification More dots on screen and it’s slightly bigger; more accurate and brighter Has a lot more menu settings Customizable My Menu, fast access to commonly used settings AUTO ISO in video mode; customize the low/high limits Subscribe! Twitter Facebook Instagram Website Share this video! Thanks for watching my video: Panasonic GH5 Review: Top 5 Features for Filmmakers!

Panasonic GH5 vs Sony A7s ii - Ultimate Comparison

Here is our full camera comparison between the Panasonic GH5 vs Sony A7s ii. More info on the Panasonic GH5 (US): More info on the Sony A7s ii (US): More info on the Panasonic GH5 (CA): More info on the Sony A7s ii (CA): Lenses Used on both cameras: Nikon 50mm f1.8 Sigma 24mm f1.4 Follow Me on Twitter Add us on google + Like us on our Facebook Page

GH4 Tip Hack Secret! Zoom in x2 without losing quality!

If you have a Panasonic GH4 and you have a zoomless lens or a lens with very small amount of zoom. You must learn this 1 minute tutorial which will teach you how to zoom in without losing quality. The camera does this by cropping the 1080p from the 4k Image it can take! You should also watch the shortcut clip here

How to Fake Gimbal and Glidecam Camera Movements (Panasonic GH5 Footage)

Gimbals and Glidecams are great tools to enhance your production, but they can be pretty expensive. Fortunately, there is a way to “fake” gimbal and Glidecam shots by using your camera and one simple body technique. ________________________ Want to See the Gear I Use? Check out my Amazon Store! ▶ Download my LUTs + Lightroom Presets! ▶ Get Music for Your Videos! (10% off when you sign up) ▶ ________________________ GEAR USED FOR THIS FILM: ▶Panasonic GH5 - ▶Lumix G 12-35mm 2.8 II Lens - ▶Tiffen Variable ND Filter - ▶Step Up Ring (58mm-77mm) - ▶Sony a6500 - ▶Sigma 30mm 1.4 DC DN Lens - CAMERA SETTINGS (GH5): ▶UHD 60fps | 8-bit 4:2:0 (Shutter 1/125) ▶UHD 180fps | 8-bit 4:2:0 (Shutter 1/400) ▶Picture Profile: Cinelike V ▶ISO 200-400 ▶F-Stop at 2.8 (mostly) ▶Auto White Balance (White) ▶AF Speed + Sensitivity: 0 CAMERA SETTINGS FROM BUMPER (Sony a6500): ▶XAVCHD 1080 at 120fps (Shutter Speed 1/250) ▶120fps at 100MB ▶No Picture Profile ▶Creative Effect: Autumn Leaves (Contrast -2, Saturation -3) ▶ISO 200 ▶F-Stop at 1.4 ▶Auto White Balance (White) ________________________ MUSIC: “The Chapman Run” by Living Pulse ________________________ FOLLOW ME! ▶Instagram - ▶Twitter - ▶YouTube - ▶Vimeo - ▶Facebook - ▶Blog - ________________________ DISCLAIMER Some of the links are affiliate links, where I earn a small commission if you click on the link and purchase an item. You are not obligated to do so, but it does help fund these videos in hopes of bringing value to you! For sponsorship, product reviews, and collaboration, you can email me here: [email protected] ________________________

I am a Filipino sports writer who is now into videography and AVP production. I recently bought a Panasonic GH 5 and here's my take on the issue hounding this supposed to be flawless product.

Majority of the videos used were shot using my 2-day old Panasonic GH5 and a Sigma 30mm 1.4 Art lens.

NO COLOR GRADING was applied in the whole presentation to give you a better review of how the Panasonic GH5 performs.

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