JVC Kenwood’s 4K camera GY-LS300CH with Entaniya Fisheye HAL shooting test
I tested shooting with JVC Kenwood’s 4K camera GY-LS300CH and Entaniya Fisheye HAL 250.
Micro Four Thirds Mount / Super35 / 4K / 60fps
JVC GY-LS300CH is a 4K camera equipped with Super35 sensor and compatible with 60fps HDMI output.
This is a Milo Four Thirds system mount camera with a Super35 sensor that allows you to use Milo Four Thirds system lenses.
The Entaniya Fisheye HAL series of lenses is also compatible with the Micro Four Thirds mount.
With the cooperation of JVC Kenwood, I installed Entaniya Fisheye HAL250 MFT 3.6 on JVC GY-LS300CH and did the shooting test.
Since JVC GY-LS300CH is equipped with a built-in ND filter, the brightness can be easily adjusted.
The Image Circle
It is a Super35 sensor and the top and bottom of the image circle is cut off when using the Entaniya Fisheye HAL250 3.6.
The Entaniya Fisheye HAL250 MFT 3.0 or Entaniya Fisheye HAL200 MFT 3.6 will be used if you need a full circle.
The image is soft because there is a low-pass filter, but it can shoot very smoothly at 60fps even for cars. Also, the clouds are very beautiful.
Separate type 4K camera system JVC GW-SP100
We also tested it on a JVC GW-SP100 with a separate camera and control unit.
The camera system is equipped with a Micro Four Thirds mount system and a Super35 sensor, and is compatible with 4K/60p.
Compared to the integrated system, the control unit and other components are more complicated to handle, but the advantage is that the camera can be installed in a greater degree of freedom.