Panasonic GH1 video user reviews: Videos taken on a Panasonic GH1, by owners of the camera
We’ve scoured the web for some of the more insightful videos showing the Panasonic GH1 video capabilities, taken by owners of the camera. We’ve tried to find a mix that show various features, or problems, from different locations around the world, and a few that show what you can achieve.
You could also check out our expert review of the Panasonic GH1
Quick examples of the Panasonic GH1 video
6 second video using the GH1
Panasonic GH1 video using stock Lenses 14-140 HD, 1280×720 mode
1 min video of birds, showing the GH1’s video capabilities
Tests of the Panasonic GH1 at different settings
Test to ‘find the camera’s limits’, showing various types of shots.
Panasonic GH1 user video, using Stock Lens, AVCHD, 720p60 to 24fps. Stabilization ON, Manual Focus, Some colour correction in Final Cut Pro 7
Various shots from a park in Seattle
Panasonic GH1 Low light examples
Panasonic GH1 low light test with Nikon 50mm lens followed by outdoor test with Kit lens
Filmed at 1080i using the kit lens then removed pull down via Virtual dub and converted to 720p in Vegas. Shot in “P” mode with everything on auto.
Video showing low light capabilities of Canon EOS 550d at a fayre
Out and about with a Panasonic GH1
Using many handheld shots and focussing where possible. Also using a polariser filter, camera mic and the articulated LCD screen.
A number of shots captured as the film-maker walked around Madrid
Panasonic Lumix GH1, 14-140
Shots of Druids Temple North Yorkshire UK, showing how the GH1 copes with a snowy scene
Test shots using the Panasonic GH1 at the horse races
Be inspired, examples of what you can do with a Panasonic GH1
Time lapse film, with photos shot at every 5 seconds at 33 spots around London. Mainly used the GH1 stock lens and a Nikon 50mm f1.4. Put together in Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.
A nice time lapse film, with some scenes shot very near the What Digital Camera office.
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