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Here’s his thoughts on the camera, the lens, and using them together for video shooting. We all know by now that the Panasonic GH5 is a phenomenal Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. Quite possible one of the best ever made. Yes, at about $2K US it’s expensive, but, awe-golly-gee-shucks, did Panasonic load this thing up:How do I get Started with the Lumix GH5?
To get started, if you haven’t done so already, you should really have a copy of the GH5 Advanced Manual. Mylio blazes through over 1 million images in less than a second to find Lumix GH5 photos. One of the great things about Panasonic is their relatively consistent camera menu User Interface (UI).Should I get the GH5S or GH5?
In my opinion, the GH5S is a more specialized camera and less of an all-rounder than the GH5. It’s one I’d pick up for low light specific shooting or when I was running the camera on the gimbal. For my run and gun travel work, I’d see myself carrying the GH5 and for higher end productions with more kit, the GH5S would be the camera of choice.How do I change settings on the GH5?
A new option in the GH5 is the My Menu selection. The first section I’ve detailed below are basic settings applied outside the menu, in other words, buttons and dials on the camera body itself. AF Mode Switch, upper right side of camera body encircling the AF/AE button.