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Ya, that makes sense. I guess we c an't have everything! Lol. At least that makes me feel a little better that this can't replace my GH5. I need to be able to whip it out of my bag and start shooting. Lol
Ya, that makes sense.
It's a total shame......and the logic is a little strange to me. They're saying because of current gimbal tech the I.S. isn't needed? If this camera had internal I.S. AND the improved lowlight, it would be a hands-down winner for doc/travel/event filmmaking. They take away the low-light assuming we'd have it on a gimbal on set, but in that case the low-light is not as critical because most people would be lighting their scenes accordingly. I'm sure I'm missing something?? Is the hardware for the I.S. there? Future firmware upgrade maybe? In one review the I.S. option is grayed out in the menu.
Kent - According to the first reviews I've read, the auto-focus is the same as the GH5 :(
Similar in some regards to Digital Sputnik's Voyager series. I'm sort of torn between the two. I really like the features they're including, but I wish they had longer options. I wonder if they plan on making them in different lengths eventually. I would love to see a 4' Colorspike someday. Arrrgh,....to back or not to back??
Alas, my poor Samsung NX1 isn't on any of the recent trade in lists. It's rough out there for discontinued cameras. lol
I'd like to see a comparison to the Pilotfly H2-45, which also has this unobstructed screen design.