We've been seeing a lot of stuff on the new Panasonic GH4 because people are crazy interested in its performance – and this side by side visual comparison with the Canon EOS C100 gives us some great idea of how well it performs or doesn't… but which one wins?
I am not going to give you my opinion yet, I want to see what you have to say down in the comments…
Note that they did the right thing here and shot with the same lens (Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II) on both cameras eliminating that common complaint.
Have you ordered a Panasonic GH4? Do you have it? What do you think of its performance?
Canon C100 VS Panasonic GH4 (Which one is better?)
Published on May 24, 2014
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This is the Canon Cinema EOS C100 VS Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 comparison test. The reason why I'm doing this video test because both cameras are designed for serious film making. So I would like to see how these two camera performs. And which one has better image quality. As we know Canon C100 has the same 4K sensor as the bigger brother C300 and C500. But the camera itself outputs as 1080p only. So to make it fair, I shot everything 4K on the GH4 and downscaled to 1080p. And I used the same Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM lens in the test. So they should both look the same. So which one do you think looks better?
C100 Pros and Cons (My personal opinion)
Super 35mm Sensor
Awesome low light performance
2x SD card slots
Build in 6 stops ND Filters
GH4 Pros and Cons
No Slow Motion at all
GH4 Pros and Cons (My personal opinion)
High Bitrate in 1080p (200mbps)
2.3x crop in 4K mode
Poor Low light performance (Comparing with C100)
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DSI Pictures Entertainment 2014
Filmed and Edited by Steve Chan
Music by Berni Law
Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM (Both Cameras)
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