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【HDビデオ】Panasonic LUMIXDMC-GH1発表【マイクロフォーサーズ】

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パナソニックがマイクロフォーサーズの2号機、DMC-GH1を発表しました。

外観は好評販売中のLUMIX DMC-G1を踏襲する、EVFファインダーを備えるものですが、GH1はかねてから予告されていた通り、ハイビジョンHDビデオ撮影を可能にしたモデルです。

まぁビデオなんて必要無いという方はコチラ、パナソニックDMC-G1なら5万2千円台となっています。

PANASONIC(パナソニック)1210万画素 デジタル一眼レフカメラ LUMIX(ルミックス)DMC-G1K レ…


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DMC-GH1の主なスペックは

・1210万画素
・3インチ46万画素背面液晶
・ISO 100-3200
・秒間3コマ
・1080p HDビデオ 24fps[
・720p HDビデオ 60fps
・SDHCメモリカード

ちなみに、GH1のイメージセンサは完全に新設計のもので、G1とは異なるものだそうです。
LCX3と同様に、アスペクトレシオを変えた時の画素数の違いが最小限になるように、大きめの画素数から切り出すようにするとのことです。

最新のイメージセンサーは、当然動画に完全に対応するように設計されたもとの思われますので、一眼カメラとしての特徴だけではなく、ビデオカメラとしても、専用機を凌ぐ性能が与えられているものと思われます。

ライブビューが搭載されながらも、動画撮影が見送られG1ですが、GH1となり、やっと本来のマイクロフォーサーズの可能性を提示するモデルになっている筈で、今年のPMA2009の注目機の1台になるものと思われます・

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March 3, 2009 – Panasonic added a much-requested feature to its Micro Four Thirds camera system with the announcement of the 12.1-megapixel LUMIX DMC-GH1, providing full 1080p video recording, where the original Lumix G1 provided no video recording at all. The GH1 also comes with a new kit lens, a 14-140mm zoom (28-280mm equivalent) with f/4.0-5.8 aperture and optical image stabilization, designed with low-noise characteristics to allow optical zoom during movie recording.

The imminent arrival of the DMC-GH1 (if not its final name; many were expecting a ‘G1-HD’) has been widely expected in the run-up to PMA 2009. Now that the camera has finally shown up it does, as expected, resemble little more than a DMC-G1 with various extra bits and pieces added on, all in support of its hotly-anticipated HD video functionality. But unlike recent DSLRs which have offered video capability, the GH1 is capable of continuous autofocus in movie mode using its purpose-designed contrast-detect AF system, and Panasonic has supported this with the all-new, specially optimized Lumix G Vario HD 14-140mm F4.0-5.8 lens; this should make it a far more usable option for users looking for a fully functional stills/video hybrid.

March 3, 2009 – Panasonic added a much-requested feature to its Micro Four Thirds camera system with the announcement of the 12.1-megapixel LUMIX DMC-GH1, providing full 1080p video recording, where the original Lumix G1 provided no video recording at all. The GH1 also comes with a new kit lens, a 14-140mm zoom (28-280mm equivalent) with f/4.0-5.8 aperture and optical image stabilization, designed with low-noise characteristics to allow optical zoom during movie recording.

Panasonic today introduced the LUMIX DMC-GH1 as a new member of the LUMIX G Micro System of interchangeable lens cameras. Fully compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard, the LUMIX G Micro System combines a downsized body with advanced functions that achieve both easy operation and high quality.

When I reviewed Panasonic’s groundbreaking Lumix DMC-G1 hybrid camera, my biggest criticism about its features was its lack of movie capture; since Panasonic had announced it would ship a model this year which included the capability, it felt a bit premature to recommend that version. Well, next year is here, and so is the movie-capable version of that interchangeable-lens non-SLR camera, the Lumix DMC-GH1.

Panasonic today introduced the LUMIX DMC-GH1 as a new member of the LUMIX G Micro System of interchangeable lens cameras. Fully compliant with the Micro Four Thirds System standard, the LUMIX G Micro System combines a downsized body with advanced functions that achieve both easy operation and high quality.

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