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B&H has the Panasonic GH2 for $499 after a $400 instant savings. Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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Panasonic GH2

Amazon has several Panasonic G-Series mirrorless cameras at up to 50% off today as its Goldbox Deal of the Day. These solid deals include the Panasonic GF3 with kit lens for only $279.99 and the GH2 with kit lens for $499.99.  Check them all out here on Amazon.com.

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Panasonic GH3 Rumors

The Panasonic GH3 is expected to arrive prior to Photokina 2012 as an update to the Panasonic GH2, one of the most popular mirrorless cameras to date.

The new model is expected to feature a new 16MP “Wide Dynamic Range” sensor and offer video capture at an impressive 72Mbit/s bit rate.  Check out the full rundown on the specs below. [click to continue…]

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Panasonic Lumix G Vario 45-150mm f/4-5.6 HD OIS Lens

A new Panasonic Micro Four Thirds lens spilled out onto the interweb this week ahead of its official unveiling.  The Panasonic Lumix G Vario 45-150mm f/4-5.6 HD OIS lens should be along soon – with the HD emblem suggesting that this lens will be optimized for silent video operation like the classic HD 14-140mm f/4-5.8 lens.

Perhaps this is a replacement for the current 45-200mm f/4-5.6 OIS non-HD lens, or just a video-optimized version to complement the line-up?

[via Photo Rumors]

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Panasonic GX1

Now through April 14, you can get instant savings of up to $150 on the Panasonic GH2, GX1 and LX5 cameras.  More info here at B&H Photo.

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Atomos Ninja Hands-On

by on April 17, 2011

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I checked out a lot of cool new stuff at NAB 2011; however, one of the coolest pieces of tech that I got up close with was the new Atomos Ninja HDMI-based recorder.  In short, the Atomos Ninja captures the uncompressed stream from your camera’s HDMI output.  The stream is captured as Apple ProRes HQ in a much higher quality than what goes through your camera’s compression onto the CF or SD card. [click to continue…]

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