Never has there been so much choice in the filmmaking world as there is today when it comes to compact systems capable of producing astounding video quality. The two leaders driving these technological advancements are Sony and Panasonic, which doesn’t come as a surprise since they have years of experience in the professional video equipment sector. Their […]
Within Panasonic Lumix’s range of mirrorless cameras, there are two branches whose styling resembles that of an SLR: the GH and G series. Both have proven popular over the years, albeit amongst different user bases. While GH series has traditionally targeted professional videographers with its state-of-the-art video features, the G series can be classified as […]
When the Olympus OM-D E-M1 and Panasonic Lumix GH4 were released in 2013, the differences between the two cameras were easier to summarise, as each had its own set of unique features such as 5-axis stabilisation on the E-M1 and advanced video capabilities on the Lumix.
Olympus has been developing its PRO series of lenses since late 2013, the year in which the original OM-D E-M1 was released. The first lens in the series was the M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO which rapidly became a favourite amongst many advanced amateurs and professionals, ourselves included. It was later joined by five more lenses, the […]
In 2016, Panasonic decided to update the naming scheme of its Lumix range to better reflect the target audience and styling of their cameras. For example, all flat-topped cameras are now called “GX” and are followed by a series of digits that distinguish the level of the intended user. One digit is for professional use, […]