1. Ein GH3 Test auf dem Wiener Würstelprater.

    GH3, Lumix 12mm-35mm, Olympus 45 mm, ISO 200 / 400, Shutter: 25/50, Image: Smooth, 1080p25 INTRA
    (fcpX + cineLook with Gorilla Grain + mflare)

    Musik via Vimeo (CC):
    "Waltz des Gauchers (with Les Gauchers Orchestra)" von Lee Maddeford (leemaddeford.ch)

    # vimeo.com/58822890 Uploaded
  2. PI //

    Music: Niklas AMAN - Reflections
    niklasaman.com/
    itunes: itunes.apple.com/fr/album/good-to-be-here/id576114840

    550D slow motion test footage of bmx.
    Lens used: Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
    Edited with Twixtor in After Effects.
    Shutter speed 1000 - 2000
    Motion design

    Thanks: Charles ARTHUR and Quentin GIRAUD

    thomas-blanchard.com

    The Vimeo HD Channel

    fubiz.net/2011/06/10/pi-slow-motion/

    capsus.tv/video/146/Pi/

    # vimeo.com/22611216 Uploaded 370K Plays 134 Comments
  3. This is a non scientific test of how these two camera's perform.

    Aperture, Shutter, ISO, White Balance, and Focal Length (converted for crop) were matched numerically on both cameras. Focus points were also matched.

    ryanmancuso.com

    Camera Setting:
    GH3
    Panasonic 12-35 2.8
    Standard Profile, ALL-I
    0,0,0,0

    5D Mark III
    Canon 24-70mm 2.8 (Version I)
    Standard Profile, ALL-I
    0,0,0,0

    No color-correction or post sharpening applied. Tried to keep flares under control as much as possible.
    A few shots have slightly different compositions. Lighting scenarios for the scenes did not change (the sun was not moving behind clouds).

    Each camera was set to 200 ISO for the entire test.

    Music:
    The Silver Seas
    "Tativille"

    Hope you enjoy.

    # vimeo.com/55060120 Uploaded 80.4K Plays 94 Comments

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