Panasonic GH4, An Early Hands On Look
The Panasonic GH4 seems to be gaining more and more momentum every day, and it has not even been released yet. The camera has been likened to the 5D Mark II in what it could mean for low budget filmmaking, while also still being a very capable stills camera.
Panasonic GH4, $1699 Body – Preorders Now Available
Panasonic has been quiet about the final price of their new GH4 since making the promise that it would be under $2000. Well, keeping to their word, Panasonic today announced that the price of the GH4 will be $1,699 for the body. I believe that this makes it the cheapest camera capable of recording 4K.
Panasonic GH4: First Impression and High ISO GH3 Comparison
I recently had a chance to use the Panasonic GH4 for about an hour and from my first impression as a GH3 user, Panasonic may have a real winner here. We will cover the video more extensively when we get a review unit for an extended period of time, but in the meantime, here are some takeaways.
Stunning Sample 4K Footage from New Panasonic GH4 Released
Panasonic Announces Impressive New Lumix DMC-GH4 Camera Records 4K Video
2019 Gift Guide For Photographers
It’s that time of the year when we’re on the hunt for the best deals and savings on gear for the creatives on our holiday shopping lists. We’ve filtered them down to make your search for the best camera deals a little easier. Be sure to bookmark this page and keep checking back as we’ll be continually updating this gift guide as more items and deals surface for the holiday season.
Black Friday Photography Deals 2020 Tracker
Excited about all the Photo and Video deals that are about to start flooding your inboxes? We are too! So be sure to bookmark this page and visit DAILY as we’ll update it with the latest and greatest Black Friday & Holiday Deals that we find! Also, please comment below if you see any other deals that our community might appreciate that we haven’t caught or updated yet!
Picktorial 4 – A Potential No-Cost Replacement for Apple Aperture
Picktorial 4 has arrived and some have hailed it as a worthy (and free) replacement for Apple Aperture. What are your thoughts?