Sony a7s vs. Panasonic GH4

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Dave Dugdale of Learning DSLR Video puts both the Panasonic GH4 and Sony a7s through its paces to figure out which will be his new camera.

He writes, "The GH4 and a7s is not an apples to apples comparison because one is m43 and the other full frame. I’ll say it right at the start if you need super creamy backgrounds easily get the a7s, if you easily get super detailed images easily get the GH4. In this review you will see me struggle which way I am going to go."

Read his in-depth review here and watch his video review below.

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