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Dave Haynie@Bill Bruner
by on Apr 25, 2012 at 8:27:02 am

I actually have the 60D, which I bought primarily for photography, but also to mess around with the HDSLR workflow. I also have an Olympus M43 "pocket" camera (E-PM1), several Panasonic camcorders, and I'm kind of thinking that Panasonic has the better approach in HSDLR video, even with the slightly smaller sensor.

The GH2 is particularly attractive, but mostly due to all the cool hacks. And of course, you can easily fit an EF lens on an M43 body... even if you can't directly control the aperture. Going the other way would require a magic trick (focal plane adjustment via lens... maybe), and give you lots of vignetting.

-Dave


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