Panasonic GH5 Reviews and Tips

The Panasonic GH5 is second to none at its price point for videographers and cinematographers, but it benefits quite a bit from an Atomos Ninja Inferno. While the Panasonic GH5 won’t replace a Sony FS7 the quality is really good.

Of course, shooting log comes with its own problems and some might have difficulty exposing properly HDR properly. Below you can get some hints on how to use an Atomos Ninja Inferno to properly expose  scene.

Unfortunately, the Pansonic GH5 does not come without issues. What some call a jitter or artifact I would describe as a chugging effect. If your video looks weird while panning watch the video below for some possible solutions to the problem.

Panasonic GH5: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Atomos Ninja Inferno: B&H Photo  / Adorama
Panasonic GH5 Film Maker Kit: B&H Photo

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