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Hardware: Panasonic LUMIX BGH1
The Panasonic Lumix BGH1 is the first LUMIX "box camera"; a small, LCD-free camera ideal for remote placement, permanent "webcam" installation, drone attachment, and more.
This was the first live stream in a while… because I've been busy rebuilding and re-tweaking the setup for full 4K live broadcast!
This was a pretty weak live show… it's been a while and almost no one showed up. We talked AtomX Ninja CAST and DaVinci Resolve, mostly!
This is a massive workflow video, sponsored by ATOMOS to show off the integration of ProRes RAW, ATOMOS Recorders and Adobe Premiere.
Got BGH1 and BS1H questions? I've got answers! Well… let's try ;-)
The Panasonic LUMIX BGH1 is quite nearly the perfect camera for my studio setup. I absolutely love it, and you will, too!
The LUMIX BGH1 box camera is extremely versatile as both a studio and a field camera — and you're going to need to power it!
This 30 second “movie scene” was shot as demo footage for SIRUI Imaging and ATOMOS projects. This was shot using SIRUI anamorphic lenses on LUMIX BGH1 cameras to ATOMOS NINJA V recorders in ProRes RAW.
There's never been a better (or more affordable) time to get into anamorphic cinematography. Check out this new four-lens kit from SIRUI!
I've been using the LUMIX BGH1 as my primary web-cam/demo-cam for a while now, and I want to show you what this camera can do, and why it's so impressive!