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Can the GH4 match the image of the C100?

I’ve been shooting a lot of 2 camera interviews recently using the Canon C100 and the Panasonic GH4 and after some modifications to the GH4’s settings I’m very happy with the complimentary image that is achievable.
C100 & GH4 comp
The above shot is taken straight from both cameras using the settings I have listed below. As you can see I have a great starting point for keeping to a minimum the process of matching both cameras when grading. (C100 left & GH4 right).

Below is a list of settings that I use for both cameras.


Canon C100: Upgrading from a DSLR

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It was time to buy a new video camera for my video production needs. I had used a Red Scarlet in my role as a freelance cameraman, and so had experienced a level of image detail and dynamic range that created a dissatisfaction in my Canon 550d and even the current crop of DSLRs that are available. So the search began about 2 months ago. My criteria were simple. Number one, I wanted a better image than my DSLR was giving me. Number 2, the new camera had to accommodate my Canon lens investment. Number 3, it had to work straight out of the box.