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A Motion Portrait of Batu Caves (Non Graded Version) | Panasonic G6 Test

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Uploaded on Sep 29, 2013

I was given a chance to test a Panasonic G6 from a friend working in Panasonic. Being known in the internet that the G6 is also known as the "GH2.5" cause it inherit almost the same features from both the GH2 and GH3.

Overall impressions; I like the size of it. It fits just right on my hands. Its also easy to use and I like it that when its set to video mode, the shutter button acts as a record button rather than using the small red dot button which felt difficult to press it. My favourite of the G6 is that its able to record in MP4 settings which makes editing easier compare to AVCHD codecs.

What I didn't like that its a region locked camera which is similar to Sony (NEX videoshooter). I cannot switch to NTSC region format for 1080/60p. I only get PAL (50p) region format as I am based in Malaysia.

Video was shot in 1080/50p settings.
Neutral Picture style settings.
Conform into 24p for slow motion footage.
Straight out of camera edit

Shot in Malaysia, Batu Caves.

Camera: Panasonic G6
Lens: Panasonic 14-42mm & 45-200mm

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