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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 is a 12-megapixel SLR camera based on the Micro Four Thirds format. The camera features 4/3 type MOS (‘Live MOS sensor’) that can record up to 1080/24p or 720/60p high definition videos, with continuous AF and a built-in Dolby Digital Stereo Creator for quality sound recording, VIERA Link networking, ISO 100-3200, and a 3.0″ TFT Multi-angle swing and tilt (180°swing, 180° swivel) LCD monitor. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 measures 124 mm x 90mm x 45 mm and weighs Approx. 385g / 13.58 oz.
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 Reviews
PCauthority.au reviews the Panasonic DMC-GF1 and writes;
“We liked the DMC-GH1’s image quality. It wasn’t the best on test, but with all the cameras so close we were prepared to forgive it the occasional outburst of noise on our ISO 1600, f/22 test.”
MacWorld reviews the Panasonic DMC-GF1 and writes;
“The DMC-GH1 did an impressive job adjusting to different light conditions during a single video sequence; I panned from bright sunlight to a shadowy scene to an interior shot in one take, and the camera made accurate adjustments within a second of the lighting conditions changing. .”
Shutterbug reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The overall image quality is on par with the Nikon D5000 and the Canon Rebel series. Shooting at ISO speeds up to 800 is extremely clean, and ISO 1600 is a usable setting on the GH1.”
RegHardware reviews the Panasonic DMC-GF1 and writes;
“The Panasonic DMC-GH1 shoots very pleasing stills with excellent metering, yet where it excels is in being able to offer filmmakers something very cheap in comparison to pro video cameras with larger sensors. It features several frames rates and very acceptable audio for syncing which is perfectly useable for grab interviews.”
Steve’sDigicams reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“the GH1 handles imager noise quite well. I feel that the camera has the ability to produce usable photos for small to large size prints all the way up to ISO 1600. While I would try to keep the ISO set to 800 and below, 1600 is still quite usable in my opinion. The camera does also offer a ISO 3200 setting, however our sample shows strong speckling and detail loss across the entire frame.”
TrustedReviews reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 is a very nice camera. Build quality is excellent, and the camera body and control layout are very well designed. Performance is first rate, image quality in both still and video modes is certainly acceptable, and the extensive list of features and options give it a lot of creative potential…”
CNET.au reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“If you want to shoot video on your digital camera and also want to be able to take some great quality images, the GH1 is a superb Micro Four Thirds camera.”
WDC reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Noise appears quite early in the range but results at ISO 800 and even 1600 are still very usable. The highest setting of ISO 3200 does have very obvious noise throughout, but, especially in the JPEG, this doesn’t degrade image colouring, and can still be used for effect or necessity.”
DCR reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The bottom line here is that the $1500 GH1 is a near perfect choice for shooters graduating from a prosumer/long zoom digicam to their first dSLR. For more serious photographers who eschew video in favor of still photography, the GH1 might not be their best option.”
PopPhoto reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“In the end, we like the GH1 for what it is: a solidly performing, new kind of camera that leaves us with a good feeling about the future of the Micro Four Thirds format. We look forward to more.”
PCW.uk reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Superb for shooting HD video, but not so great for stills. Good points: Shoots 720p/1080i video with autofocus; interchangeable lenses. Bad points: No optical viewfinder; Micro Four Thirds mount; expensive”
NYTimes reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The camera is fast, well-designed, enormously satisfying to use, and generally tops in image and video quality. “
PCWorld reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“In my hands-on tests, 1080p video recorded in AVCHD was stunning: It looked smooth and sharp, with bright colors. I enjoyed the creativity of experimenting with additional lenses, too: The 7-14mm lens was perfect to create videos with a fish-eye effect and to zoom in tight on smaller subjects.”
LetsGoDigital reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Panasonic G-series is the first series of system cameras aimed at a specific photographer, not the actual specialist, but someone with high demands when it comes to camera / video quality. We will no doubt soon hear of Panasonic’s plans with the Micro Four Thirds system, however; if you can’t wait, you will have a very complete camera with the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 for high-quality picture and video”
TechRadar reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Outright stills image quality is generally very good, with a wealth of Standard, Dynamic, Nature, Smooth, Nostalgic and Vibrant colour film modes to choose from”
GoodGearGuide reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
” DMC-GH1 takes excellent photos, but it lacks a little soul. Photos look almost clinically clean and too well rendered. In saying that, we’d be complaining if they were noisy and poorly defined. Colours looked good for the most part and weren’t overdone; you can quickly change the contrast and saturation of the colours to suit your taste. Noise was not a problem in dim lighting up to ISO 800..”
Pocket-Lint reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
” While it’s difficult to know who the GH1 will presently appeal to given its semi-pro price tag, the hybrid camera performs well and is more than pleasant to use”
LuminousLandscape reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“On the video side image quality equals that of any other current video capable DSLR, and in terms of resolution and low noise leaves consumer camcorders in the dust. “
DCI reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Still image test results for the GH1 are a mixed bag, with good sharpness, low distortion and chromatic aberration but poor color accuracy and white balance, and more image noise than we’d like. Burst mode produces just over 3 shots per second, not great but acceptable.”
CameraLabs reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The GH1 succeeds in multiple respects, delivering a seamless stills and video experience that’s ultimately very satisfying and fun to use. If shooting video is equally important as stills, the Lumix GH1 is simply one of the best options so far. Panasonic has done a great job with its first two Micro Four Thirds cameras”
PhotoReview.au reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Flash performance was generally very good and the built-in flash provided even illumination of an average-sized room throughout the camera’s ISO range. Flash exposures were also well balanced for low-light portraits in which flash provided the main illumination.”
Photoxels reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“We find the overall image quality of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 at ISO 100 to be excellent with good details in the shadows and highlights. Images up to ISO 400 are also low in noise. ISO 800 is very usable.”
ImagingResource reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Image quality when printed is pretty close to what we get from the Canon Rebel T1i, which is pretty darn good. It’s also surprising just how much better the GH1 is than its immediate predecessor, the G1, not to mention other Four Thirds cameras.”
DCRP reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“If you’re looking for a compact, interchangeable lens camera that can record movies in Full HD, then then Panasonic DMC-GH1 is the only game in town… The GH1 is both a very capable digital still camera, and its video recording abilities are impressive.”
PCMag reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The Canon T1i and Nikon D5000 take better still images and cost about $500 less than the GH1—but they don’t do video nearly as well. If you can cough up $1,500 and want a dead-simple and full-featured D-SLR and HD camcorder hybrid, the DMC-GH1 fills the bill.”
CNET.asia reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The good: Better image and video quality than the G1 and EOS 500D, respectively; 3-inch articulated LCD; gentle learning curve for point-and-shoot users with friendly operations. The bad: Live View Finder laggy in dim lighting conditions; costs more than most entry-level dSLRs. The bottom line: The GH1 is a good hybrid camera for aspiring filmmakers who to capture both video and still images. However, Panasonic could have taken advantage of the Micro Four Thirds technology to come up with a better design.”
CNET reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“The camera is pretty good up to and including ISO 400, but above that streaks in the blue channel produce unwanted yellow streaks in the photos. This may be fixable with a patch at some point–we tested a production unit with final firmware.”
NYT reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Generally, the photo quality is terrific. Sometimes, though, you don’t get the sharpness you’d expect from a real S.L.R.; a certain softness of detail emerges, even when the camera’s face-recognition claims to have locked focus on your subjects.”
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 hands-on review by Philip Bloom;
“The image out of the camera is utterly terrific, so clean and noise free. Also very sharp. It’s a dream to use operational wise and the auto functions make it even better.”
Photozone reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“Panasonic DMC-G1 is suitable for all kinds of photography, but it is limited by the lens options of the system. However, due to the small and lightweight body it is especially attractive for light-weight travel photography so the compromises may still be worth it. “
Shuttebug reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 and writes;
“G1 is roughly average in terms of digital noise… My ISO 100-400 images are beautiful, with very high resolution.. When well exposed, even ISO 800 images made for very good letter-sized prints. By ISO 1600, however, the images are soft and colorful speckles obscure some fine detail, but 5×7” prints are still quite good”
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 User Manual (PDF)
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1 Press Release
March 3, 2009: Panasonic today introduced the LUMIX DMC-GH1 as a new member of the LUMIX G Micro System of interchangeable lens cameras. Fully compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard, the LUMIX G Micro System combines a downsized body with advanced functions that achieve both easy operation and high quality.
The new DMC-GH1 is called a CREATIVE HD HYBRID because it records not only high-quality photos but also high definition 1080/24p or smooth 720/60p HD (High Definition) movies in AVCHD* format. Continuous AF can be used while recording movies, to further boost operating ease.
Taking advantage of its system camera design, the DMC-GH1 features the potential for unlimited photo expression by allowing the use of different lenses for specific shooting situations and subjects. High-quality sound recording with Dolby® Digital Stereo Creator and a host of other creative options, including manual settings, giving the DMC-GH1 even greater versatility.
Supporting the DMC-GH1’s powerful full-HD movie recording function is a newly developed 12.1-megapixel high-speed Live MOS sensor and the Venus Engine HD image processor, which features two CPUs for outstanding processing capability. The new LUMIX G VARIO HD 14-140mm/F4.0-5.8 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S., which is a versatile 10x zoom interchangeable lens, was designed for movie recording by including a silent and continuous auto focusing function and seamless aperture adjustment.
The DMC-GH1 also features D-SLR photo quality. Its newly developed Live MOS sensor renders images with minimal noise even when using high ISO sensitivity. The multi-aspect ratio function of the sensor allows photos to be taken using a 4:3, 3:2 or 16:9 aspect ratio, all with the same angle of view.
In addition to its high levels of performance for both photos and movies, the DMC-GH1 incorporates the iA (Intelligent Auto) mode,** a hallmark of LUMIX cameras that now includes Face Recognition,*** a function that “remembers” faces once the faces are registered.
When a familiar face appears in the frame, the camera will prioritize the focus and exposure to capture it beautifully. This clever function makes it easy to get sharp and clear photos of special subjects in a group of people. iA mode is also available in movie recording. It automatically selects the most suitable scene mode and helps to correct hand-shake, focus and brightness problems — making it a one-stop solution for capturing beautiful photos and movies.*
Operating ease is an important element of the LUMIX G Micro System identity, and it is highly evident in the DMC-GH1. For example, the clever design of the DMC-GH1 helps to prevent missed shooting opportunities for both photo and movie recording. To start recording a movie during shooting photos, the user simply presses a special, one-touch movie recording button. Most of the settings used for photo shooting carry over to movie recording without requiring any additional setting.
A choice of body colours also makes the DMC-GH1 highly attractive. Users can select authentic black or active red (which was very popular in the DMC-G1).
Panasonic hopes to bring the fun of both photos and movies to as many people as possible with the LUMIX DMC-GH1, an unprecedented system camera that satisfies even the needs of professionals and advanced amateurs while offering easy operation for entry-level users.
Technological advantages for 1080/24p full-HD movie recording in the AVCHD format
The LUMIX DMC-GH1 is an advanced photographic tool for recording not only great photos but also beautiful full-HD movies. In addition to Motion JPEG images, the DMC-GH1 can record high-resolution full-HD 1920 x 1080 movies at 24 fps (frames per second) or smooth HD 1280 x 720 movies at 60 fps in AVCHD (MPEG-4/H.264)* format.
The AVCHD format can record almost twice the footage in HD quality than the conventional Motion JPEG, using the same SD card. A special, separate button on the back lets the user instantly start recording movies while shooting photos without any having to make any extra settings. There are always two options to record spur-of-the-moment scenes — high-quality photos or movies. The user can simply choose the one that saves precious memories most beautifully.
The LUMIX G VARIO HD 14-140mm/F4.0-5.8 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S. kit lens boasts a focal length of 28-280mm (35mm camera equivalent) and supports the continuous AF function of the contrast AF system for both photos and movies. Panasonic considers this function to be indispensable for movie recording from a practical point of view. This lens is also designed for movie recording use by minimizing the mechanical sound generated by the continuous AF/AE action.
The newly developed 12.1-megapixel 4/3-type Live MOS sensor is capable of high-speed 4-channel readout to support full-HD movie recording. This sensor is also advantageous for photo recording with a high signal to noise ratio thanks to a new circuit structure that is totally unaffected by the noise generated in each of the circuits. It results in clear pictures even when taken at high ISO sensitivity. The sensor also allows images to be taken at three aspect ratios – 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 – with same angle of view.
The LUMIX DMC-GH1 also features the Venus Engine HD image processor. The two CPUs in this imaging engine dramatically speed up processing while achieving exceptional noise reduction performance. The Venus Engine HD’s excellent energy efficiency supports long-time AVCHD movie recording, and allows the output of both images and sounds via HDMI.
In addition to recording HD movies– a host of options enhance creativity
The LUMIX DMC-GH1 concept goes much further than simply recording HD movies. Apart from the movie recording capability of conventional digital cameras, the DMC-GH1 also features a Creative Movie mode, which lets the user set the shutter speed and aperture manually to make even more impressive movies.
Changing the shutter speed brings special effects to movies, which is especially suitable for shooting fast-moving subject. The ability to control the aperture is convenient when there are several subjects at different distances and it is desired to have each of them stand out. Creative Movie mode gives the user a wider range of expressive possibilities to explore.
The movies also come with the high-quality stereo sound of Dolby® Digital Stereo Creator, the global standard for superior audio recording. For more creative sound recording, an optional stereo microphone (DMW-MS1) is available. A Wind Cut function blocks out most of the noise from background wind even on breezy days.
iA (Intelligent Auto) mode operates for both photos and movies
While featuring a host of creative options to enhance both photo and movie recording, the LUMIX DMC-GH1 also includes the iA (Intelligent Auto) mode that Panasonic developed to give LUMIX cameras the ultimate in operating ease and to reduce shooting mistakes. In iA mode the camera does all the work, leaving the user free to compose shots and capture the moment. All the user has to do is aim and shoot even in situations that normally require complicated settings.
For photo shooting, the DMC-GH1 further advances this mode with the inclusion of Face Recognition, an advanced Face Detection function that recognises faces that the user has registered prior to shooting. Once a face is registered, this function will recognize it whenever it appears in the frame. The camera will then display the name that was specified for the person and prioritize the focus and exposure so that the registered face is bright and in sharp focus.
In addition to the advanced functions mentioned above, the iA mode inherits the fundamental functions that users need in a good digital still camera. These include MEGA O.I.S., which helps prevent blurring from hand-shake, and Intelligent ISO Control, which reduces motion blur by adjusting the ISO sensitivity if the subject moves as the shot is taken. AF Tracking is also available, which lets the DMC-GH1 lock onto any subject and keep it in focus even if it moves – making it easy to get beautiful, clear shots when a great photo opportunity suddenly arises.
Intelligent Exposure optimizes the exposure for each part of an image, preventing blocked shadows and blown highlights and helping ensure that gradation and details are reproduced beautifully. Intelligent Scene Selector automatically detects the five most common shooting situations — Portrait, Night Portrait, Scenery, Night Scenery and Close-up and switches to the appropriate Scene mode.
The LUMIX DMC-GH1 now makes the popular iA mode available for movie recording. The Optical Image Stabilizer (O.I.S.) helps prevent blurring from hand-shake when using the high-powered zoom. Face Detection automatically detects a face in the frame and adjusts the focus, exposure, contrast, and skin complexion to record it beautifully.
Intelligent Exposure continually checks the ambient light level and adjusts the exposure setting as conditions change, to prevent blown highlights and blocked shadows. Intelligent Scene Selector automatically switches between Normal, Portrait, Close-up, Scenery, and Low Light modes according to the situation to optimize visual quality.
The LUMIX G Micro System identity
With the LUMIX DMC-GH1, Panasonic has developed an entirely new concept in digital cameras that comply with the Micro Four Thirds System standard by taking even greater advantage of the compactness and light weight that are made possible by eliminating the mirror box. By increasing the number of electrical contacts between the camera body and the lens, the camera’s expandability is also dramatically increased to maximize future potential.
The LUMIX G Micro System’s 1,440,000-dot equivalent Live View Finder retains the outstanding viewability of an optical viewfinder and can also display information about camera settings that the user can see without taking his or her eye from the subject. A clever built-in eye sensor automatically switches on the viewfinder when the user looks into it, then switches it off and turns on the free-angle 3.0-inch large 460,000-dot high-resolution LCD (which boasts a wide viewing angle) when the user looks away from the viewfinder.
The 60-frames-per-second Live View is made possible by the Live MOS sensor, which takes signals directly from the image sensor and sends them continuously to the LCD, in real time. Both the Live View Finder and LCD provide a 100% field of view. This allows the user, when composing a shot, to check the framing accurately from corner to corner.
The contrast AF system adopted by the LUMIX DMC-GH1 is not only accurate and easy to use, but also very fast. Users can choose from a wide range of AF modes, including multiple-area AF with up to 23 focus areas, 1-area AF with a selectable focus area, Face Detection, and AF Tracking.
To deal with dust and other foreign matter entering the body when changing lenses, a Supersonic Wave Filter is built in as part of a Dust Reduction System designed to prevent matter from adhering to the image sensor.
Other options to enhance the fun of photography
The wide range of options available for the LUMIX DMC-GH1 let users customise and personalise their camera. An option for photo shooting lets the DMC-GH1 reproduce a square image with a 1:1 aspect ratio in addition to the 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 multi-aspect ratios.
My Colour mode, which was popular in the DMC-G1, is a special option that gives free reign to the user’s creativity. In My Colour mode, the colour, brightness and saturation parameters can be freely adjusted while checking the Full-time Live View image to see how the adjustments affect the picture.
This makes it easier and more fun to create interesting, expressive images. The user can adjust the settings that best suit the shooting conditions and his or her expressive intent, for greater photographic control.
The DMC-GH1 also offers a Playback mode that allows the user to play ‘only still images,’ ‘only motion images,’ or ‘both’. When choosing to play ‘only motion images,’ it is even possible to play AVCHD and Motion JPEG videos separately.
Photos and movies can also be played back together with an attractive seamless effect and background music in the LUMIX DMC-GH1’s new Slideshow mode that takes advantage of its large, high-resolution LCD. Using an optional mini HDMI cable, slideshows can be shared in stunning HD video and audio quality on an HDTV with family and friends.
HD photos and HD movies with VIERA Link networking
Both still images and AVCHD-format motion images recorded on SD Memory Cards are easy to view on a Panasonic VIERA TV with dynamic full-HD resolution. The user simply inserts the card into the VIERA Image Viewer (SDHC/SD card slot) on a VIERA TV or DIGA Blu-ray Disc Player to play the content.
Alternatively, an optional mini HDMI cable can be used to output still and motion images recorded with the LUMIX DMC-GH1 directly to the TV for easy VIERA Link operation. This makes it possible to take maximum advantage of the camera’s playback functions, including slideshows in which both still and motion images are played sequentially, or calendar displays and so on. Operation using only TV’s remote controller is super-easy.
Rich options for expandability
In addition to LUMIX G lenses, the LUMIX DMC-GH1 and LUMIX G Micro System can use any interchangeable lens that complies with the Four Thirds standard via an optional mount adapter.* This gives the user access to the entire range of Four Thirds lenses. And a stream of new Micro Four Thirds lenses will be announced in the future, providing a large, diverse line of high-performance lenses for the user’s photographic toolbox. With the LUMIX G Micro System and the growing assortment of lenses becoming available, the expressive possibilities are unlimited.
The LUMIX DMC-GH1 system camera offers a wide variety of options to choose from to match every shooting situation and shooting style.
* External Flash: DMW-FL220(GN22) / DMW-FL360(GN36) / DMW- FL500(GN50)
* PL Filter: DMW-LPL62
* ND Filter: DMW-LND62 NEW
* MC Protector: DMW-LMCH62
* Mount Adapter: DMW-MA1
* Stereo Microphone: DMW-MS1 NEW
* Battery Pack: DMW-BLB13
* Soft Case: DMW-CG2 NEW
* Soft Bag: DMW-BAG1
* Shoulder Strap (Stylish) DMW-SSTG1-A/C/R/K* *NEW
* Shoulder Strap (Woven) DMW-SSTG2-W
* Shoulder Strap (Leather) DMW-SSTG3-T
* Remote Shutter: DMW-RSL1
*Full-HD (1920 × 1080) movies are output by the image sensor at 24p (NTSC)/25p (PAL), and recorded at 60i (NTSC)/50i (PAL). HD (1280 × 720) movies are output and recorded by the image sensor at 60p (NTSC)/50p (PAL).
** Some functions in iA mode will not be available depending on the lens that is mounted.
***Turn the Face Recognition item ON from the shooting menu and register the person with a full-face portrait in advance. Recognition performance varies greatly depending on shooting conditions, i.e., according to factors such as angles, facial expression and lighting, so operation under all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Because the camera searches for faces that are similar to registered faces, there are cases where the faces are not correctly recognized when the registered image and the shooting image vary greatly. When facial characteristics are similar, particularly between parents and their children, or between brothers and sisters, the camera may not distinguish the faces.
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