The Boxer: A short film made with the Panasonic Lumix GH2

Shop Cameras and Accessories at Unique Photo A short video made by Unique Photo with the brand new unreleased Panasonic Lumix GH2 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Check out our written review for more about this Panasonic Lumix GH2: blog .uniquephoto.com
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12 Comments/Reviews

  • UniquePhotoInc says:

    We’re glad you enjoyed this — We did, too! Unfortunately, the employee that directed The Boxer no longer works at Unique Photo, so we don’t have much of the technical information available.

  • MZUniquePhoto says:

    It does seem that people do really love a hacked GH2. In my opinion you really can’t go wrong with either choice. -MZ

  • dc1099 says:

    Great stuff here. I’m only just coming across this, as I’m shopping for a HDSLR for docs and narrative work. Now that it’s been a while since you shot this, what’s your opinion of the GH2? And compared to Canon’s line? Right now I’m waffling between GH2 and a 60D (my price range). So far, it seems a hacked GH2 produces a superior image (once the settings are balanced to prevent crashing). Thoughts?

  • shane8109 says:

    Very well done! The lighting, audio, music, etc.

  • UniquePhotoInc says:

    Looking at this video now a year later, you are 100% right. Thank you for the constructive critique. -MZ

  • babybop0123 says:

    everything was great but i think she should have been directed to have her eyes looking more down or something, didn’t seem right her eyes looking up so much

  • UniquePhotoInc says:

    I agree with everything you are saying, I just don’t think consumers care about those things… yet. I think your argument is a strong one for the higher-end amateur/student/wedding markets. Those who want to get serious about shooting high quality video, but don’t have the resources to go big-time.

  • pipdoodler says:

    Yes, I suppose there is an arguement for and against. The flexibility of being able to change lenses, although cumbersome, can add a whole new dimension to consumer cams’. Improved DOF and overall improved picture quality. Recording times, I’m sure, will get better. A few years ago, you could never had made a video of this standard with a camera.

  • UniquePhotoInc says:

    As far as the exposure, that was the light coming through a window high on a wall, we should have stopped down the lens more. So it was our fault. ;)

  • UniquePhotoInc says:

    Consumer camcorders are smaller, have better zoom, faster AF, recording time, etc…

    For the average consumer, the camcorder is still prominent, but yes it is going to be eventually phased out, just like the consumer point and shoot camera.

  • pipdoodler says:

    With video capabilitieslike this, you wonder if the consumer camcorder is on it’s way out. As a matter of interest, what caused the light/over exposure problem at 1.55 for a few seconds?

  • NewAgeDirector says:

    Great video keep up the good work.

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