Former print media geek turned video geek.
On my Mac, 1/2 and 1/4 resolution playback scales the video image up for some bizarre reason. When playing back 10bit GH5 files at less than full resolution I have to select "High Quality Playback" on the program monitor. Full resolution playback doesn't do this, but using lower res helps for smoother, real time playback and especially when editing multi-camera shoots. Adobe is aware of this, and hopefully they will fix it soon.
Brilliant. I nearly wet myself watching this...
Great info and video examples. I've made a lot of the rookie mistakes (closely following dancers, shallow DOF) and this info will inform me how to shoot better next time. Thanks for the informative topic!
I applaud Panasonic for listening to customers and advancing their GH series cameras. I have been using them (GH2, GH3 and GH4) for a while, and they have served me well. However, my GH3 and GH4 have both required servicing, and the performance of the MFT sensor has been a struggle for me. VLOG is disappointing, but I'm hoping that may work better with the GH5's 10 bit recording.
My main camera is a SONY FS5, and I will be getting another B-camera this year. I'm waiting to see much more real world footage off the GH5 to determine if I was keep one foot in the MFT world, or go replace my MFT gear with the forth coming SONY A7S.
FWIW, I'm not a brand evangelist. I just want to use gear that works for me.
How are milliamp hours rated? Is there a standard way batteries are tested?