Scaramouche da Vinci: Thanks for the very good Test! The old Gh2 is a wonderful DSLR and very good for filming! I use it with the AG AF101 (its a little bid more difficult to handle, but has much possibilities ).
Scaramouche da Vinci: Hm, the GH2 seems better. Light Flaikering.
M Pess: Thx for the great video, what lens do you suggest to low light hacked for video? Many Regards
Thalis Valle: the bad thing in gh3 is cropped images
nixxo: Hello! I just want to ask about the what settings you've used for shooting during night time? I am having troubles adjusting the settings on my gh2. it creates a lot of noise for some reason. please help me!
Mark Sawatzky: i question the validity of the test a little bit. The crop is identical, so why bother comparing? The bokeh would also be exactly the same on both cameras because they have more or less the same sensor, there are also a lot of other factors that were not brought up at all in teh displayed info which really really should have been.
Turtle: The GH2 appears to capture less moire and light flicker than the GH3.
Arthur Souza: how that can happen? gh2 looks better in all most all the tests.
SuperSaiyanSupreme: What were the Picture Profiles you were using for the Cameras?
YTerSndGuy: San Diego? :)
mp4podcastDOTcom: Just a heads up early adopters of the GH3 have had the hotshoe come loose. Putting anything heavy on the GH3 can make the hotshoe come loose or break. Not everyone is having this problem. There is a video on YouTube called by a YouTuber called
Review of Quick Cage (DSLR small) with a Lumix GH3
TheBillswill: GH3 dynamic range improvement is worth the price of admission alone!. It's about $999 most places now and the stills are actually awesome. Yeah the crop changed a tiny bit...about 10% range sizewise...but the pluses add up to a very very good buy at under $1k.
azuremain: Hi Peter, thanks for your time commenting on my video. I normally shoot at 24p and 1/50 shutter speed and I believe I did so too on that night. Maybe I accidentally touched the dial. I have to simulate the situation again and see what happens. Again, thanks and you got a great channel.
azuremain: With firmware V1.1 my GH2 can shoot both at 24p and 25p.
azuremain: No, just firmware V1.1. Don't see no reason to hack. As you can see the picture is great and the original footage on my harddisk looks even better.
Cameron Fischer: Was the GH2 hacked?
Cameron Fischer: Amazon has them for $1k now, it's tempting. Most of the improvements are in the body and features with slight improvements in the video quality.
TONYLOUIS100: The GH3 is meant to be a upgraded camera and has flaws. Panasonic has a smaller sensor crop on the GH3. This may be causing the problem with Moiré which can be distracting while making a video. Having to change f stops and the focal distance, to minimise the effects of Moiré during a shoot when you have found the perfect natural composition distance and depth of field will be interfering with your film making decision. The GH3 is flawed. It has made advances in many areas but is flawed
PeterGregg: Nice work, but slightly misleading. The GH3 is the better image.
Flickering is a result of the shutter speed the camera is using. You can kill the flickering by changing the shutter speed. Start with a shutter speed of 1/60 (1/50 eur) and go lower. Also try and stay with a ratio of your FPS speed - 30P or 24P.
Moire will disappear if you change the F Stop or the focal distance. It happens when harmonization happens when all things align right. Change something to make the moire disappear :)
Panasonic Lumix GH2 vs. GH3 Comparison (Bokeh, Aliasing, Moire, Low Light, Crop Factor etc.)5
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