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NEX-FS100 vs Arri Alexa-Panasonic AF101-Canon 5d II

Sony NEX-FS100 vs by Niklan B.e.M.

Our German skills are based on Google Translate but if you are interested in filmmaking the video will be easy to translate. Niklas and his colleagues tested the Arri Alex, Canon EOS 5d Mark II, Panasonic AG-AF101 and the Sony NEX-FS100 in the following categories:
Rolling ShutterLow Light CapabilityDynamic RangeSkin TonesHere is what Google Translate gave us when we entered the summary from the video:

Panasonic AG-AF101 €5400
Poor CompressionLacked DetailUnnatural LookCanon EOS 5d Mark II €2500
Poor CompressionBalanced PictureGood Dynamic RangeSony NEX-FS100 €5500
Good CompressionNatural LookGood Dynamic RangeArri Alexa €50000
Best CompressionBest LookBest Dynamic Range


Thank you Niklas!

Sony NEX-7 Size Comparison Video by Luminous Landscape

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Luminous Landscape is doing a rolling review of the Sony NEX-7. So far they've covered the user interface and high iso capabilities of the NEX-7.

The fourth installment of the review is perfect for gearheads. The NEX-7 is shown with most of the E-mount lenses and the LA-EA2 lens adapter. The camera is also shown alongside the NEX-5N with viewfinder, the Fuji X100, the Leica M9 with a 50mm Summilux, and the Panasonic GH2. The video gives us a good idea of the size of each camera and lens. Grab a glass of wine, dim the lights, and play the video in full screen - get ready for 12 minutes of gear lust.

NEX-7 and the X100 Side by Side

Thanks Luminous Landscape!

Make sure to follow the rolling review in the link above.

Sony NEX-VG10 vs Canon 60d vs Panasonic GH2

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Here's a quick comparison by Mike Kobal which puts the Sony NEX-VG10, Canon EOS 60D, and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 up against each other.



Sony NEX-5 vs Panasonic Lumix GF2

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Sony NEX-5 vs Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 Size ComparisonPanasonic repackaged the old Lumix DMC-GF1 (µ) micro 4/3 sensor into a new smaller body and will sell it as the new Lumix DMC-GF2 in January 2011. Let's see how the GF2 stacks up against the Sony NEX-5.

CombatantsSony Alpha NEX-5Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2
Number of effective pixels14.2 million pixels12.1 million pixelsCCD Sensor23.6 x 15.7 mm
APS-C CMOS Sensor17.3 mm x 13 mm
Panasonic N-Mos sensor
ISO Range200 - 12800100-6400LensSony E-mount with Interchangeable lenses(µ) micro 4/3 Lens Mount with Interchangeable Lenses
Image StabilizationIn LensIn Lens
Shutter Speed30s to 1/4000 with Bulb Mode60s to 1/4000 with B and T modesContinuous Shooting Speed7 frames per sec.3.2 frames per sec.LCDTiltable 3" Diagonal
921,600 Pixels 16:9 ratio
3" Diagonal with touch panel
460,000 Pixels 3:2 ratio
Electronic ViewfinderNot yet, come on Sony!Optional EVF
Video Resolution1920 x 1080 / 60i1920 x 1080 / 60iDimensions4.4 x 2.4 x 1.6 in.
(111 x 60 x 4…