Goodbye Canon, Hello Panasonic Lumix GH4


For the last year, I have been using the Canon 5D3 for stills and video production.  Recently I purchased the Panasonic Lumix GH4 for its internal 4K video mode.  Wow, I have been impressed with the resolution.  Coming from the 5D3, using the GH4 has been an amazing step-up in video quality.   After a few weeks of testing the new camera, it was clear that I would never again use the Canon for video.  The only question was whether I would be able to use the GH4 for my photography projects.  The answer is yes!  The picture above was taken with the GH4 and the Lumix 7-14mm Lens.

To summarize the GH4 in a single sentence, I would say it is a camera that is fully competitive in terms of features, functionality, and image quality with anything currently on the market.  If a 16MP image size is adequate for your shooting, then you’ll likely find the GH4 a very practical and enjoyable stills camera.

When it comes to video, the GH4 is in a class of its own. There is nothing currently on the market, or even announced from any manufacturer, that can trump the GH4 when it comes to internal 4K video in a DSLR form factor.  So for today, The GH4 is a welcome addition to the Lowcountry Pictures production kit.

Restoration – A BMW R100/7 Story

A short film featuring a beautiful 1977 BMW R100/7 motorcycle that was restored by Steven Hiers. We have been like brothers since teenagers, and created lots of art and mayhem through the years. Here is more of the former. Produced in the beautiful Lowcountry of South Carolina. Many will recognize the historic “Sheldon Church.” Enjoy!