As covered in my prior article (and likely others you will have already read), the new Panasonic GH5 camera/camcorder has unique improvements. Some of them include 4:2:2/10-bit internal video recording and full width usage of the Micro Four Thirds sensor in all modes, both HD and 4K. The GH5’s internal audio recording can fortunately be 24-bit with the optional DMW-XLR1 XLR adapter. Now, Hugh Brownstone of Three Blind Men and An Elephant Productions has released a 30-minute soul-searching audiovisual presentation about how to choose optics for the GH5. The riveting 30-minute presentation even involves the use of classic Spanish paintings, although the entire monolog is in the language of Shakespeare.
Link to my first GH5 article
The promised video
Thank you, Hugh Brownstone of Three Blind Men and An Elephant Productions.
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