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    The GH 1 shoots excellent video at 1080p. The stuff I've shot so far at 1080p, and with the kit lens, is just great.


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    Excellent is relative. Improvement is always welcome...


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    Improvement will be icing on the cake.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas Natteau View Post
    What if for 2010, Panasonic were to improve on the amazing GH1 with a GH2 that has the following specs:

    • FULL FRAME SENSOR
    • DVCPRO HD CODEC (instead of AVCHD)
    • 1 TO 60 FPS (with a hack that allows you to dial any frame rate you want)
    • HD-SDI port

    Even if these specs required a DSLR size camera, I would jump at the opportunity to buy one.

    QUESTION: What would you want to see in a Panasonic GH2?

    - Nick
    As much as I like Panny, you better look elsewhere if these are the features you want. They are not impossible but I don't think it will come from Panny especially not #1.


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    There Really isn't much that The GH1 needs to begin with. A more robust compression scheme, aliasing and moire correction and an updated sensor for improved lowlight and fpn would be enough to sink a number of ships.

    One thing that cannot be denied is that the GH-1 is the most versatile of them all
    and has the most potential to excel in all applications. Oversights like no video out feed during recording may have hindered the first generation but if corrected will solidify the next gen as choice image acquisition tool for video hobbyists and proffesionals alike.

    Easily adaptable PL mount anyone?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kholi View Post
    Easily adaptable PL mount anyone?
    For as little as $299 now.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/PL-mount-ARRI-RE...item3a5766e051


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry_Green View Post
    HOLY CRAP!!! NO WAY!?!?!?!?!?

    NICE freaking link, Barry. That just made me choke on my Virgin Lemonade. LOL

    This is exactly what I'm talking about, though. 299.99 is an investment I'm willing to make per camera to be able to sink these suckers into a more professional environment, outfitted in a fashion suited for the application. The GH-1's really THAT camera, just a few minor glitches to work out. I am pressed for improved hardware as soon as possible.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RieniO View Post
    Ben,

    That looks cool. Is there any footage shot with that set-up in your Vimeo directory?
    Surely you are aware that the image is a photoshop?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kholi View Post

    NICE freaking link, Barry. .
    The cheap adapter from Poland has a non-adjustable flange and can't support heavy lenses without damaging the camera mount. Nice indeed.
    I.

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    My hilarious twitter twocks @hotrodcameras


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    +1 (native 24p would be a huge convenience)


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