The Panasonic GH4 has only just started hitting the streets, and while we've seen a mix of footage from all different kinds of shooters (including an interesting video that showed how this little $1,700 camera stood up against the $20,000 RED EPIC), there's a good chance most of you haven't actually seen the 4K from this camera on a cinema screen projected in 4K. That's exactly what Illya Friedman over at Hot Rod Cameras in Los Angeles, California is planning on doing this Wednesday, May 21st. It's not just a screening of footage, however, so click through to learn more.
Here is the description of the event, which is completely free to attend:
Meet Panasonic's Matt Frazer and Luminaries, Giulio Sciorio and Dave Surber in person. Learn the secrets of 4K, and how to get the best looking images out of a GH4 camera.
Free Food, Drinks and Parking
1-night only, and only at the best camera shop ever, Hot Rod Cameras
Must be 21+
While it would be great if you could see it everywhere around the country and abroad, at the moment this is a one-time-only event happening in Los Angeles, so if you're not 21 and older and not in the area, you're a bit out of luck unless you've got access to a 4K projector (though a large 4K TV wouldn't be a bad substitute).
Here is just a small sample of some of the great stuff that's been shot on the Panasonic GH4 so far:
From Joe Simon:
From Daniel Peters: