Pro video blog…Produced by Philip Johnston DoP/Editor

Why am I not surprised that a Canon 7D user who has been used to “perfect video footage” using his 7D now pulling down the performance of the AF100. This blog is a joke not only has he little understanding in lenses but sensors as well.

All lenses suffer flare to a certain degree, beyond f4 upwards to f0.95 you will exacerbate this phenomenon also Canon lenses are made with Canon sensors in mind not Panasonic 4/3 sensors.

So why is it not a surprise to find that this chap has found the Panasonic AF100 to be “haunted” when you can see the same problem on every camera on the planet.

I think you will find this chap has been banned from DVX USER because of his little understanding in the subject he writes about but it’s also an obvious snipe at the success of the Panasonic AF100/101 coming from a DSLR background and it’s not even April the first yet !

I am also not giving him traffic because his findings are NORMAL not PARANORMAL which is why I do not mention his name or web reference.


Having been working in the video business since 1988 I have amassed a great amount of knowledge of both the kit and production values over the last 30 years.

One thought on “Canon 7D user finds “haunting fault” with his AF100 (USA)

  1. OPERATOR ERROR: It’s easy to get poor results from any camera if you don’t understand how to use it properly.

    ( a poor workman always blames his tools )

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