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Coolidge Corner Theater, Brookline shot with Panasonic GH1 and stock 14-140 lens

Coolidge Corner Theater, Brookline shot with Panasonic GH1 and stock 14-140  lens

First "test" shot with the GH1 and 14-140mm kit zoom lens.

I've been eyeing on getting an HD camcorder for a while. I just couldn't decide between a flash memory based consumer camcorder, like the Canon HF-S21 or the GH1 that could be modded to shoot at a higher bitrate (44 Mbps vs Canon's 28 Mbps) and is capable of shooting with various lenses using adapters.

I ended up getting a GH1 which I immediately modded to "GH13" capable of shooting native 24p at 1080p. If I had purchased a camcorder, I'd still have to carrying around another camera to get good photos. With GH1, I have a good digital camera as well as a very capable digital video camera.

My immediate thoughts on the camera:

I like the image quality. Is it as good as the DP2s? It's hard to tell from 1024px size images but up close at original sizes, DP2s is better--but, I plan to shoot with better, prime lenses and I suspect the quality will be as good if not surpass DP2s' IQ. GH1 has a very quick focus, and shutter lag is much better than DP2s but slower than Canon 5DMk2 (as expected).

I really like the articulating screen. The menu is very clear and easy to follow. There are also plenty of analog buttons for quick adjustments--such as, focus mode, aperture dial, AE/AF lock, designated video button, and single/burst/timer settings, etc. The camera is about the size of the GF1 but slightly thicker because of the articulating screen and has a more protruding hand grip, which feels good. The lens is quite and long when extended to 140mm, but it doesn't look as unbalanced as the SONY NEX and its kit zoom lens.

As for the video, I don't really like AVCHD format which GH1 uses. I'm a Mac user and I MUCH prefer Quicktime .MOV, H.264 format Canon uses. AVCHD is a pain because I am forced to edit the movie on more expensive editing software (like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere) or I'd have to transcode the .mts (AVCHD file) to MOV with lower nitrate.

I haven't shot enough to write more about the camera. But, my immediate thoughts are, it seems like a really good, all around usable camera I could take with me when I travel and don't want to carry a large DSLR.

Slitcamera test

Slitcamera test

Meitetsu train at Kanayama, Nagoya.

Captured with Panasonic HD home video camera HDC-SD100 and stitched with Hugin.
#May I post it to Slitscans pool?





Height and width of a car is 6 and 20 meters, respectively. When you use the HD camcoder in portrait, it requires about 10 shots (including overlaps) to cover a car. The camcoder records 30 frames per second, that is, 20 meter corresponds to 1/3 seconds. In other words, maximum train speed to be captured is 60m/sec = 216km/h, is enough to capture the Shinkansen! (Of course shutter speed must be fast enough, i.e. you have to take video at very bright place.)

I learnt the technical problem of digital slitscan by this work. Next time I will make original software to stitch video frames into a train shot.

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