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John P. HessFounder
June 29th, 2011
Vimeo user Darren Levine compares the Micro 4/3rds Panasonic AF100 to popular DSLR cameras.
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i want to see a proper tutorial on the a f100 inside and outside thanks
Are there really people still arguing these separations? Form factor…. Thats the difference. Anything else through small tweaks here or there (in post or otherwise) can make these compared cams look the same. In my preference Id rather have a cam that I can take all the fixins’ off and fit into a vent without a problem and some room.
Personally I think he’s making some valid points, but I’ve sunk far more than $2200 into my 5d MkII package to make it workable.
And I kinda miss the all in one simplicity that these DSLRs lack… though I can’t argue with their amazing image capabilities.
But I’m kind of seeing the same pattern that happened with Panasonic introduced the first HDV camera on the market. It was the first in class but also had some major weaknesses. To me, the lower resolution of the AF100 is the biggest issue but it will be resolved by the next generations of large sensor prosumer cameras.
I had to turn it off after 4 minutes. Between his condescending tone and erroneous facts, he somehow made the most boring, pointless comparison video I have ever seen. Maybe he turned it around in the last 8 minutes but I find that hard to believe. Please post this on funnyordie.com where it belongs.
Boring. the only valid comparison would be to show footage shot with the same specs.
Just because he spent more money does not mean it’s a better camera. It actually comes short in video quality.
The canon 5D mark II delivers 39 mb/s codec while the AF100 delivers 25 mb/s
The Sony PMW EX1R has a 35 mb/s.
The AF100 is just a new toy with all the gadgets, but does not stand up to the professional competition.
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