Finding a big bag for small mirrorless cameras is a challenge. Most mirrorless bags are built on the assumption that you only want to carry a body and a couple of lenses, and maybe an iPad. Most big bags are designed for dSLR gear, meaning the lens holes are way too big and way too deep to safely accommodate the small mirrorless gear. In this article I'll talk about the ThinkTank StreetWalker HardDrive, which is a great (big) bag that leans towards smaller for the mirrorless set, but isn't exactly right. However, ThinkThank just announced the new Perception line, which may well be the perfect new bag. I've attached the press release on that at the end of this piece.
Last weekend I shot some 4K video footage using the Lumix GH4 with the intent of extracting eight megapixel still frames from it. It's not easy shooting race cars, but when you do get it, it looks goooood…
Last week I had the official "ribbon cutting" for my photo studio, hosted the local Chamber of Commerce meeting, and turned a photo booth into an impromptu AIDS benefit photo shoot. Fun all around!
The ability to not only preview images on a big screen, but create HDR composites, perspective correction and even sky replacement on the iPad makes the combination of a Micro Four Thirds camera like the Panasonic LUMIX GX7 and an iPad an unbeatable combination!