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HOT NEW RELEASE: Panasonic Premium GX7 Rangefinder Mirrorless
The new highly attractive and highly capable Panasonic GX7 brings many features that many micro 4/3 user have been asking for, like in-body image stabilization. It also boasts new features such as the tiltable EVF. Read on to see what else this little gem has in store.
Don’t Throw Away that Image! How to Save and Edit an Imperfect Capture
Sometimes we get an image that has great content but is techinically imperfect. Rather than throwing away a misfocused image for example, we can show you how to save and improve that image.
Will Using a Custom Firmware Void Your Warranty? Canon, Nikon, and Panasonic respond.
We love our DSLR’s, but in many cases they simply do not have this feature or that feature and that leads us to looking for ways to do things we want to do. One common way to get around certain camera flaws is to use a custom firmware that enables such a feature.
Thoughts on Thom Hogan’s Where is the Value in Mirrorless?
In the camera world, it seems that the mirrorless revolution is inevitable. Or is it? Thom Hogan’s insightful article talks about why it’s going to take a bit longer. And it’s not just about technology.
How I Shot it: “Spring” from the “Beauty for All Seasons” Beauty Concept Shoot
Feathering a larger light source like a beauty dish is a great way to create a beautiful wrapping light. Take a look at how this was used for this beauty shoot.
Panasonic Announces new Lumix G6 featuring 7fps and Wifi
Panasonic just announced a new mid-range micro four thirds camera, the Lumix G6. The new mid-range camera sports a 16MP sensor, 7fps, Wifi, NFC and ISO 25,600 capability. The camera will likely be a hit with video shooters who like the look the GH2/GH3 models produce.
Panasonic Developing Groundbreaking High-Sensitivity Sensors Featuring Color Micro-Splitters Instead of Traditional Color Filters
A traditional camera sensor uses color filters to record color into its RGB array. Unfortunately, this absorbs light the same way a color gel for flash absorbs light. Panasonic’s groundbreaking micro color-splitters work like micro prisms in splitting colors without losing light intensity.
B&H Sale on the Panasonic GH2 – $499
Panasonic must have given the green light to “make room for the GH3”, because this is a screaming deal on the GH2! B&H is currently at least $150 cheaper than any other reputable dealer, and a whopping $400 off the current MSRP!