Intimidating shout focus macro
To solve this problem I decided to go after something there are plenty of, speeding cars.
For the test results I’m about to share, I placed myself beside a roadside where the speed limit is 75mph/120kmh.
I shot just short of 10,000 frames between four different cameras: Lumix GH5, Lumix G85, Olympus Om-D EM-1 Mark ll, and the Nikon D500.
I have a missive for you from Kor'vas, as well as instructions for getting you there.
Back then the prospect of jumping into blackness with only a flashlight was as foreign to me as being on the moon with a flashlight -- meaning neither of them would happen.
Hearts beat faster and anticipation mounts as we finish suiting up and complete our gear checks.
We try to be patient as the excitement builds and we hear those magic words “Dive, Dive, Dive! We move in orderly fashion to the platform, take that giant stride, hit the water, and....blackness.
I’ve been shooting the new Lumix GH5 for almost two months, and Panasonic’s DFD autofocus is now producing equal to or better results than any camera I’ve shot to date. I’m guessing I’ll do that after several more months of using the new camera. For those not familiar with the differences between Predictive AF and Single AF, Predictive AF is action—fast moving action—and the ability of a camera to capture those “glory pictures” we all desperately want in our portfolio.
Up until now, the Micro Four Thirds world hasn’t had a camera that could perform on a truly professional level when it comes to Predictive AF.
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