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LUMIX G100

Length: 02:26

LUMIX Webcam Software (Beta) for Windows

Panasonic has released the LUMIX Webcam Software (Beta) for Windows / Mac, a one-stop webcam software making it possible to use an applicable LUMIX camera as an webcam for purposes such as live streaming or video conferencing.
Compatible models: DC-S1H, DC-S1R, DC-S1, DC-S5, DC-GH5S, DC-GH5, DC-G9
*DC-G100/G110 will also be compatible in the future.

Tags: Software Update

Length: 03:12

LUMIX Webcam Software (Beta) for Mac

Panasonic has released the LUMIX Webcam Software (Beta) for Windows / Mac, a one-stop webcam software making it possible to use an applicable LUMIX camera as an webcam for purposes such as live streaming or video conferencing.
Compatible models: DC-S1H, DC-S1R, DC-S1, DC-S5, DC-GH5S, DC-GH5, DC-G9
*DC-G100/G110 will also be compatible in the future.

Tags: Software Update

Length: 04:34

How to live-stream with "LUMIX Tether for Streaming (Beta)"

In this video LUMIX Ambassador Ross Grieve shows you how to set- up the "LUMIX Tether for Streaming (Beta)" software to use your compatible LUMIX as a camera for streaming.
All you need is a USB-3-cable and the new "LUMIX Tether for Streaming (Beta)" software to feed the live preview of your LUMIX into the computer.
Compatible LUMIX models: DC-GH5, DC-G9, DC-GH5S, DC-S1, DC-S1R, DC-S1H

Tags: Software Update

Length: 15:19

Apple ProRes RAW Output with ATOMOS Ninja V

The Panasonic LUMIX S1H and ATOMOS Ninja V are getting Apple ProRes RAW recording capability — and LUMIX Ambassador, PhotoJoseph is here to offer a sneak peek of it. You'll see how to enable Apple ProRes RAW output and recording, what resolutions and framerates in both NTSC and PAL are supported, and learn some hints on how to expose when shooting Apple ProRes RAW. Then, you'll see in Final Cut Pro X how easy it is to recover a 4+ stops overexposed shot, and how to manage both HDR and SDR editing from Apple ProRes RAW files.

Tags: Firmware Update

Length: 03:34

Using Profoto wireless transmitters

The new firmware update programs for LUMIX S1R, S1, GH5, GH5S and G9 allow use of Profoto wireless transmitters "Air Remote TTL-O/P" and "Profoto Connect-O/P“, enabling wireless connection and control of external strobes for professional shooting. Here's the first impression from LUMIX US Ambassadors Charles and Jennifer Maring.

Tags: Firmware Update

Length: 03:21

Recording Options Part2

LUMIX Ambassador, Jacob James, informs you about the various resolution options in the LUMIX range of video-centric cameras. He explains Colour Depth and how filming with 10-Bit versus 8-Bit gives you much more options in post-production and in converting V-Log footage into linear profiles. The second important factor in colorimetry is chroma subsampling, indicating how a camera interprets colour on a pixel base. For smaller file sizes, the options to record in 4:2:0 is handy, but for better colour accuracy, a 4:2:2 option is the better choice – and implemented in LUMIX S1H, S1 and GH-Series (from GH4).

Tags: Recording Options

Length: 04:27

Understanding Framerates

Framerates are an important concept to be understood even before choosing your project settings. LUMIX Ambassador, Steven Clarey, explains the differences of PAL-, NTSC- and Cinema-settings. In addition to the classic 24 frames per seconds for Cinema or 50/60 Hertz settings for broadcasting, the LUMIX S1H comes packed with Variable Frame Rate settings and even High Speed Frame rates up to 180 fps (while offering Audio recording and Autofocus) for speeding up or slowing down your sequences.

Tags: Expanding the setup

Length: 06:14

Understanding Timecode

Timecode is a clock, that counts in frames and is natively integrated into the LUMIX S1H and GH5S. It is the industry standard way to sync material coming from different sources. This can for example be a Multi-Camera-Setup or simply one camera and externally recorded audio. Syncing it automatically via a common timecode saves time and money. LUMIX Ambassador Nick Driftwood explains about different Timecode settings available, shows you how to sync with Timecode and also how to tie in non-Timecode devices (such as the LUMIX S1 or LUMIX GH5) via external Timecode generators, such as the Tentacle Sync-System.

Tags: Expanding the setup

Length: 02:58

External Recording Options

There are times, when you wish to also record externally to create a second file for backup purposes or for having one in another resolution. The LUMIX S1H has several options via its full-size HDMI-output. LUMIX Ambassador Steven Clarey takes you through these options and explaining examples, such as capturing 4K/60p footage in 10 Bit on an Atomos Recorder Monitor – also to give you access to other codecs, such as ProRes HQ

Tags: Expanding the setup

Length: 04:08

Shutter Speed

Photographers and filmmakers traditionally have different ways to determine the exposure of images, which results in having different terminology and handling. LUMIX Ambassador Steven Clarey explains the differences of setting your exposure in increments of seconds or degrees as well as giving you insight on how shutter speed and framerate interact. He will also introduce the Synchro Scan tool, which ensurs that capturing footage with flickering is minimised.

Tags: Exposure

Length: 01:28

Master Pedestal Control

Within the movie customisation menu of the LUMIX S1H, GH5 and GH5S, you have the option to manually set the black point of your camera. This so-called Master Pedestal control either lifts the shadows or make them darker and is of great use, when either needing to sync the look in a multi-cam-set up or having to monitor live broadcast with no chance to adapt the look in post.

Tags: Exposure

Length: 02:24

(What is) Dual Native ISO

Having Dual Native ISO translates into having a camera with a better low light quality. To get this higher sensitivity, the camera’s sensor has a sensitivity switching circuit for each pixel. Sounds complicated? Follow the explanation from LUMIX Ambassador Steven Clarey about Dual Native ISO and see, how the great Low Light sensitivity in LUMIX S1H and GH5S are achieved.

Tags: Sensitivity/HLG

Length: 03:02

What is Hybrid Log Gamma?

Filmmaker and LUMIX Ambassador Nick Driftwood shows and explains the difference between Standard Dynamic Range and High Dynamic Range (HDR) and how to get the best quality output for Standard and HDR-Displays. Learn about Gamut and how SDR’s Rec.709 differs from BT2020/Rec.2020. What is BT2100, “Hybrid Log Gamma” (HLG) and how to get the best image quality in HDR out of your LUMIX camera for any use.

Tags: Sensitivity/HLG

Length: 02:32

How to use HLG in production?

Filmmaker and LUMIX Ambassador Nick Driftwood guides you through the settings for shooting in Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) on the LUMIX S1H in order to record the wide dynamic range for displaying footage on HDR-Displays. Shooting in HLG gives you the best options for delivering content for both HDR- and SDR-use

Tags: Sensitivity/HLG

Length: 04:09

Why Shoot Anamorphic

LUMIX Ambassadors Jacob James and Steven Clarey explain the differences between spherical and anamorphic lenses and how the lens choice affects the look of the footage. They will show you the in-camera settings for working with anamorphic lenses, how to adapt the Image Stabiliser for anamorphic shooting and how to de-squeeze the footage in-camera to give you a preview of the final appearance of your shots.

Tags: Others

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