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Panasonic Lumix DMC GH3H Mirrorless Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Panasonic Lumix GH3H is the flagship device of the CSC (compact system camera) line up of Micro Four Thirds based technology cameras. It replaces the existing Panasonic Lumix GH2 and carries on with the legacy set by its predecessor, by combining DSLR stylised features with video quality at their best. For Panasonic Lumix GH3, the company has upgraded the sensor of the camera while maintaining its 16 megapixels resolution count. The sensor on GH3H operates with more ease, hence, resulting in a reduced set of resolution for aspect ratios than the native 4:3 Four Thirds in hand. The processor of the camera has also been upgraded by providing for a new and better AVCHD full HD 1080p 50/60 frames per second mode with MPEG-4 ALL-I MOV encoding made to work up to 72Mbps. The other video intensifying features include elongated changing frame rate shooting bundled with intensified bit rate options.
Dedicated videographers will also be highly pleased to know that Panasonic has actually replaced the 2.5mm irritating external mic socket with a standard 3.5mm one and headphone socket. Panasonic GH3H comes with a 3 inches back OLED touchscreen at a default aspect ratio of 3:2 and increased resolution of 614 thousand dot pixels as well as increasing a bigger and brighter OLED viewfinder with a default 16:9 aspect ratio and 1.7 million dot pixel resolution. The best thing about the camera is that the magnesium alloy body is weather sealed, a move which was widely anticipated in the wake of earlier announcements of two weather-affect set of lenses wherein, one of the lenses - 12-35mm f/2.8mm f2.8 constant aperture lens is available in the kit option. Although, there is the availability of touch functionality, Panasonic Lumix DMC GH3H has a magnesium alloy weather sealed body.
GH3H is actually all about physical raw controls and is agreed upon in programmable function buttons ranging from 3 to 5 and the inclusion of a new control dial in the camera. Also, there is a PC sync socket that is available for studio flash and optional battery grip in the camera. The continuous shooting mode gets along with a top speed that measures 6 frames per second as compared to the 5 frames per second speed of Panasonic Lumix GH2. There is also a new HDR mode alongside the interval shooting for time-lapse refinements along with a list of updates and improvements. Overall, Panasonic Lumix GH3H adds on another major feature in the device that of Wi-Fi connectivity, hence allowing renewed operation of the camera with the help of a smartphone that is bundled with image sharing.
It has only been a couple of years since Panasonic has upgraded its Micro Four Thirds flagship line of cameras, but these new additions and betterments make Panasonic Lumix GH3H a proper talk of the town, and make it a trendy camera. Although, one needs to keep in mind that this is not the only CSC that comes weather sealed, nor is it the only camera available with Wi-Fi connectivity. Since the launch of this camera in February 2012, Olympus OM-D E-M5 has very hurriedly gained influence and like in the case of Panasonic Lumix GH3, it boasts of alloy weather-sealed construction along with DSLR stylized handling, but with changed OM series retro styling. Panasonic Lumix NEX-6, however, offers a slightly different approach with similar handling characteristics in a much smaller pack. While Panasonic NEX 6 is not weatherproof, it is really the first CSC in the world to offer a Wi-Fi connectivity option extending its set of features with apps that are downloadable.
Design and Build Quality
Panasonic Lumix GH3H is a particularly large camera than the existing model that it replaces - a camera that was very quickly likely to be linked with DSLRs in terms of proportions. The dimensions of the camera are 133mm x 93mm x 82mm as compared to the 124mm x 90mm x 76mm of GH2. Therefore, Panasonic Lumix GH3H is particularly bigger than its predecessor in almost all dimensions, but primarily more wide and thick and at 550 grams worth of weight with battery attached, it is round about 100 grams heavier than its predecessor. For those who actually take varying dimensions into account, Canon EOS 650 body only measures a good 133mm x 100mm x 79mm and weighs a good 575 grams with card and battery attached. Panasonic GH3H has been found to be a very comfortable fit with larger handgrip and hence, providing for deeper recess in your fingers.
Focus and Face Detection
The focus on Panasonic Lumix GH3H is incredibly fast and is accessible from both, handling and performance point of views.
There are 5 modes available:
Lens and Image Stabilization
Panasonic Lumix GH3H is manufactured as a body only product and is fixed with Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f2.8 or Lumix G Vario 14-140mm f4-5.8 zoom. We tested the camera with the first lens kit and found it to be a lens that promises high performance and range featuring high surface technology, Power O.I.S stabilisation and fast silent AF motors, which are optimised for movie shooting. But the most useful set of lens features is the f/2.8 aperture mode that remains rigid throughout the range of zoom.
Screen and Menus
Panasonic Lumix GH3H has made upgradations to both the EVF and rear monitor of the camera from its predecessor and that too massive ones. The viewfinder in the screen is a new OLED unit, which works with 1,744 dots alongside an aspect ratio of 16:9. This is beyond doubt, a very interesting move that further reinforces the reputation of Panasonic GH3H as much as a movie camera as a stills camera. In the still mode of the camera, the standardised aspect ratio of image formation is 4:3, so the formed images in turn have thick black bars down either side of their formation. But with 100% applied coverage and a magnification measuring 0.67x at 35mm equivalent, even though you don’t use the full area of exposure, it doesn’t really feel like a big compromise on the side.
The screen on Panasonic Lumix GH3H is a fixed 3 inches OLED touchscreen, probably one of the best screens we have seen fitted on a CSC. Olympus OM-D E-M5’s 1.4 million dot EVF looks a lot bigger in comparison, even though the equivalent magnification along with it is only around 0.58. This can only be due to the different aspect ratios of the camera, for Olympus EM-5 makes use of the full area of 4:3 aspect ratio EVF for stills shooting purposes. In terms of brightness control though, there isn’t really enough to choose from.
Panasonic Lumix GH3H draws power out of a new 1860mAh DMW BLF 19E Li-ion battery. This amazing power for a CSC is sufficient enough to last for 540 shots when the kit Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm f2.8 lens is fitted on the screen. This is certainly a large improvement over the 330 images of Panasonic Lumix GH2 and one of the compensations available for the heavier and larger body of Panasonic GH3H. It also simply crushes aside the 330 shots battery life of Olympus OM-D E-M5 and 360 shots of Sony NEX 6.
Panasonic Lumix GH3H has updated the video functionality of the camera, which were the much awaited ones. The GH series of cameras have made its name and reputation based on the fact that it is probably the best movie capturing still camera range of the time and thus, has led many professionals to opt for this, not to mention the adaptation made in order to bring in better performance from its hardware perspective.
The headline features of the device are an improvement made in the best quality video mode of the camera from 1080i at 50 frames per second to 1080p at 50/60 frames per second, and in addition to the headphone jack, there is a more meaningful 3.5mm external microphone input available. But also, there is an official implementation of the high bit rates, stretched recording times and intra frame encoding previously offered on Panasonic Lumix GH2.
Panasonic Lumix GH3H has reinvented the 16 megapixels CMOS sensor, because unlike the case of its precursor, it does not really have sufficient resolution left to build up an angle of view while shooting with varying aspect ratios, which are now rightfully cropped. Hence, if you switch to 3:2, the resolution is reduced to 14MP and if you switch to 16:9, the resolution is reduced to 12MP respectively. The sensitivity range of the camera has been increased from 160-12800 ISO of its predecessor to the standard range measuring 200-12,800 ISO, which is extendable to 125 ISO at the lower end and 25,600 as the upper limit. Panasonic Lumix GH3H offers a shutter speed measuring 1/4000 to 60 seconds.
Weatherproof construction and great controls
Wide range of movie formats with high bit rate encoding up to 72Mbps
Big, bright, stable 16:9 1,744k dot OLED EVF
External mic and headphone sockets
Interval shooting and HDR modes
Excellent still image quality
Extended battery life to 540 shots
Built-in Wi-Fi with excellent smartphone remote control
Not weather proof when flash is in use
Wi-Fi is slow and unreliable for image transfer during the tests
Average continuous shooting for a semi-pro body
Rear control wheel difficult to operate
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Panasonic Lumix DMC GH3H Mirrorless Camera Black Specifications
Announced 2014, March
Model Name Panasonic DMC-GH3 Advance Point and Shoot Cameras
Optical Sensor Resolution 16 MP
Sensor Type MOS Sensor
Sensor Size 17.3 x 13.0 mm
Maximum Shutter Speed Still Images: 1/4000 sec and Bulb (60 mins), Motion Images: 1/16000 sec, 1/16000 (PAL)
Minimum Shutter Speed Still Images: 60 sec and Bulb (60 mins), Motion Images: 1/30 sec (NTSC), 1/25 sec (PAL)
Optical Zoom 4x
Digital Zoom 2x - 4x
Audio Video Interface Audio: Monaural Type, Video: NTSC/PAL, NTSC
Lens Type Micro Four Thirds Mount
Auto Focus Contrast Detection AF
Manual Focus Yes
Focal Length 14 - 140 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 28 - 280 mm)
Aperture Range f/4 - f/5.8
Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Microphone Stereo Microphone
Self Timer 2 sec, 10 sec
Delete Function Yes
Sync Terminal Yes
Metering Center-Weighted, Intelligent Multi, Spot
Supported Languages 6 (English, Traditional Chinese, Thai, Arabic, Persian, Vietnamese)
ISO Rating Auto/Intelligent ISO/200/400/800/1600/3200/6400/12800 (Changeable to 1/3, 1 EV Step), ISO Sensitivity (Standard Output Sensitivity): (Extended ISO 125 - Less-under 200, ISO more over 12800 - 25600 Available) (Up to ISO 3200 in Auto)
Image Stabilizer 1484872031
White Balancing Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Incandescent, Shade