As always, be sure to download the 4K version from Vimeo here to get any idea at all about the full image quality! Not a Vimeo Plus member? Download one of my original NX1 4K clips here. This is H.265 converted to ProRes LT. The NX1 costs $1499 body only or $1699 with the 16-50mm power zoom OIS lens. The NX1 isRead More
Click here to view the embedded video. The FZ1000 is $897.99 – view full specs and details at B&H Photo Video here. The Panasonic FZ1000 is a bridge camera, but is it a bridge that actually leads anywhere?
Panasonic has had a long line of premium compact cameras in their LX lineup. Previously, these cameras featured fast lenses, premium construction and fairly good image quality, considering the relatively small sensor. However, with the rise of...
When cameras get put through a review, it’s often done at a pixel-peeping level in a studio, where the lighting is consistent across the board and variables are few and far between. This is NOT one of those reviews.
A Panasonic FZ1000 review on CameraStuffreview may appear at first glance to be a bit strange. We primarily review lenses for system cameras, both SLR and mirrorless, while the Panasonic Lumix FZ1000 is not interchangeable.
Way back in 2011, we reviewed Pentax's first medium-format digital camera, the 645D. We found lots to love, but also quite a few limitations -- although in fairness to Pentax, they were shared with all of its medium-format…
Warning: This will be a longer and more in-depth post. But in the age of paid-for reviews, I felt frustrated by the lack of perspective on the “what camera should I buy” and “why mirrorless, really?” discussions that I see online.
The Panasonic Lumix LX100 is one of the most powerful compact cameras to date. Forget 1in sensors, Panasonic's squeezed in the larger Four Thirds sensor from the Lumix GX7 along with its big and detailed viewfinder too.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM5 is a tiny interchangeable lens camera complete with an electronic viewfinder and a flash hotshoe. Can the Panasonic GM5 challenge the likes of the Samsung NX Mini and the Sony A5100?