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A Trip to the Space Needle with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7
Tanya’s review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 and sample pics from her trip to Seattle. Is this the perfect point-and-shoot for busy moms?
GH4 vs GH3, A Thorough Comparison Of Panasonic Latest GH Cameras
The GH4 has been gaining a lot of steam ever since its announcement, and now that it is showing up on people’s doorsteps, the reviews are starting to pour in. One review that crossed my desk really hit home, and I wanted to share it with you guys today.
Camera Shootout: GH4 Test Demolishes Red Epic (5D3 RAW too)
This video compares the GH4 to the Red Epic and Canon 5D Mark III’s RAW video (through Magic Lantern). The GH4 simply blows both the Red Epic and the 5D3 RAW footage away. See for yourself.
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.
New Metz Mecablitz 52 AF-1 Speedlight has Touchscreen. New Trend?
The German electronic company Metz has just announced the new 52 AF-1 Flash Unit. What sets this speedlight apart from the others is that this is the first flash that incorporates a touchscreen panel.
New Panasonic GH3: Heavyweight Mirrorless Hybrid Stills & Motion Camera in Lightweight, Weather Sealed Body
The Panasonic GH3 is the flagship stills and video camera for the micro 4/3 eco-system. Boasting weather sealing, up to 1080p 60p, 3 command wheels, many direct buttons, optional battery grips, and wifi tethering, the GH3 is a very capable alternative to pro-spec DSLRs and has what it takes to meet the demanding needs of professional photographers and filmmakers.
Shallow Depth of Field | Aperture Guide Pt 2
In this article, we will talk about what aperture is primarily used for in photography, which is to control depth of field (DOF). Depth of field is the front-to-back zone in a photograph where objects appear acceptably sharp. We will cover both the shallow and deep depth of field, as well as the other factors that affect depth of field, aperture, distance between you and the subject, focal length, and the sensor size.