Posts Tagged ‘ PREVIEW

Fujifilm X-Pro1 – Hands-on Preview

The Fuji Guys have also posted 20 new videos going in depth with the Fuji X-Pro 1. Check out the playlist here.

Rodney Charters hands on with the Canon C300

Rodney Charters has posted a hands on video with the new Canon C300. Click here for more updates on his twitter feed.

Canon C300 Review

Phil Bloom has done a review of the Canon C300, click here for more details.

Panasonic Lumix GX1 preview – interview

Source:M4/3 Rumors

Video preview of the new Panasonic Lumix GX1!

Interview with Dai Mukai from Panasonic’s Lumix G division about the new Lumix GX1 camera. This video accompanies my full preview of the camera, so for more details and images, please visit:

cameralabs.com/reviews/Panasonic_Lumix_DMC_GX1/

Note: this video was filmed with a Panasonic FZ150.

Panasonic GX1 Menu & Control Videos

Here a view videos of the new Panasonic GX1 running through the menu and control features of the camera.

Panasonic GX1 Menu Control from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Panasonic GX1 20fps continuous Shooting (4M) from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Panasonic GX1 Ultra Hi-Speed AF from POPCO.NET on Vimeo.

Engadget: Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 hands-on article

http://www.engadget.com/2011/11/07/panasonic-launches-lumix-gx1-micro-four-thirds-camera-we-go-han/

“Remember the Lumix GF1? It was one of Panasonic’s first Micro Four Thirds cameras, setting the bar quite high for models to come. But the GF1′s successors — the GF2 and GF3 — did not live up to expectations, with the company gradually shifting the series towards transitioning point-and-shoot users, and away from early adopters who grew accustomed to the performance and build quality offered by that beloved early mirrorless cam. Now that familiar look and feel is back, in the form of the Panasonic GX1. The 16 megapixel ILC includes a Live MOS sensor and Venus engine, with a maximum ISO of 12,800. Like other Panasonic G-series cameras, the GX1 uses a Micro Four Thirds mount, and is compatible with both Panasonic and Olympus lenses, including the standard 14-42mm zoom that ships with the $800 kit, or the Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm retractable lens that comes packaged for $950. Existing lens owners can pick up just the body for $700.”

PANASONIC GX1 OFFICIAL WITH SPECS AND VIDEO 16MP $699 + 1.4K EVF

Panasonic GX1

MAIN SPECS
16MP SENSOR
$699(BODY ONLY)
$949.99(Silver or Black body with the power zoom lens)
$799.99(Silver or Black body with the standard zoom lens)
1080 VIDEO AVCHD 30FPS (NO 24P)
460,000 dot LCD
OPTIONAL 1.4K EVF

CHECK THE FOLLOWING SITES FOR FULL SPECS AND HANDS ON PREVIEWS
www.dpreview.com/
www.imaging-resource.com
www.photographyblog.com

Sony NEX-7 prototype video test at the Denver Zoo

Sony NEX-7 prototype video test at the Denver Zoo from Justin Nystrom on Vimeo.

Not great art, but more of an equipment test. At a very cool event sponsored by Mike’s camera in Denver on October 15, I had about a half an hour to test out a prototype model Sony NEX-7. My impression is that this is an interesting little camera. All of this was shot in 24p mode because the event only had class 6 cards for sale. As you can see, the autofocus is a little slow. I used the Zeiss 24/1.8 lens on this, no color correction, and this is exported out of FCP7. Sorry now that I didn’t wait to test the A77, but I cannot stand zoos. The color banding that appears in this showed up in one other clip as I panned across the sandy-brown cement and rocks. Ideas?

Introducing the new Leica M9-P (VIDEO)

Introducing the new Leica M9-P. Check the Official Leica page for more info about Leica M9-P.

Leica M9-P from leica camera on Vimeo.

This video was shown at the Leica Camera & Magnum Photos event “A Decisive Moment in Paris”.

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