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Shooting a DSLR and a Mirrorless on the same job.

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Published on Dec 3, 2012

We need to be as efficient as possible with our time when shooting hybrid. I want to be comfortable and confident in when to record the moment in still and when to use the video button but shooting hybrid using even a great DSLR has it's challenges. Alternating from still photo to video, then back to photo takes a lot of time. Mirrorless cameras are actually designed for hybrid and are easy to flip between photo and video, and in fact the camera in this video will shoot both simultaneously.
But what if you don't have a mirrorless and there's no budget for one now? Skip learning hybrid? No way. Hybrid photography is the future, you gotta start now.
We pulled out two very comparable cameras and shot the same running and jumping pups to see the difference between shooting this job on a Nikon D800 + 70-200, and the Lumix GH3 + 35-100. Both lenses are constant ap, hefty, pro grade lenses with about the same coverage from the photographers perspective. But that's where the similarieis end.

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