Owing in part to its legacy as a producer of advanced camcorders, Panasonic has long been regarded as primarily a video-centric brand rather than a manufacturer of stills-oriented products, even though, realistically speaking, its mirrorless cameras are perfectly capable of both.
The Panasonic GH5 and G9 are similar, yet very different at the same time. Despite sharing many features, there are a few substantial differences that set them apart, especially if we consider their target audiences. The GH5 is the latest iteration of a flagship series that has long been popular amongst filmmakers, from the original […]
Up until recently, the best way to summarise the differences between Olympus and Panasonic, the two main Micro Four Thirds players, was to say that one brand focuses on stills while the other targets hybrid shooters and filmmakers. The latest flagship cameras released between the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017 were the […]
Despite being part of different camera systems, the Sony A7r mark III and the Nikon D850 have two important characteristics in common. First are their full frame sensors which are currently the best the market has to offer. They are based on the same BSI technology and lack an Anti-Aliasing filter to maximise sharpness. The […]
Since the release of the original A7 and A7r in late 2013, Sony has been actively releasing new models at a quick and steady pace. However, its most affordable full frame E-mount camera, the A7 mark II, hasn’t received a physical upgrade for nearly three years. Still, it remains a popular choice for those wanting […]