Panasonic GH2

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The Panasonic GH2 is a high performing DSLR that conforms to the Micro Four Thirds standard, making it not only a great choice for both stills and video but also a great companion to the Panasonic AF100 which has the same sensor size and lens mount.

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The Panasonic GH2 is an amazing camera that is a great choice for shooting stills and especially video. Equipped with a Micro Four Thirds sensor and lens mount, you can have great control of depth of field, especially if you use fast lenses available in the Micro Four Thirds format like the Voigtlader. If you are shooting a project with the Panasonic AF100 and need a second camera for inserts or close ups, the Panasonic GH2 will be your to go camera as it shares the same specs with the AF100 minus XLR inputs. Other features include an incredibly fast AF system, a touch control LCD and the ex tele conversion which allows you to shoot with a small part of the sensor, increasing the crop factor by roughly 2.6 without losing light. Great feature if you are shooting wildlife or anything that requires you to be at a great distance from what you are shooting.

If you are looking for a camera rental house in Los Angeles that rents DSLRs and still cameras at an affordable price, this is the right place for you. No other camera rental house in Los Angeles rents out the GH2 at our rate. If you are interested in other DSLRs, we also rent out the Canon 5D Mark iii, Mark ii and 7D. But at the price, if you are only looking for a high quality digital camera to get great stills and video, this camera is the best item we have in our rental house.

Shot On the Panasonic GH2
  • This is a brief video review of the Panasonic GH2 by an indie filmmaker. It gives you a quick overview of the most interesting features the GH2 has to offer to filmmakers.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • 1 ) What is the difference between 24H and 24L in my Panasonic GH2 movie mode menu?

    If you set your Panasonic GH2 to movie mode you get two options in the "motion picture" recording quality section, 24H and 24L. The difference is that 24H will let you record at a higher bit rate, to be exact 24Mbps. If you set your Panasonic GH2 to 24L then you will record at 17Mbps. If you are using a 2GB card in your GH2 then you'll be able to record 10 minutes at 24H and 13 minutes at 24L

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