Summary: Length:: 0:39 Mins The video looks very blurry after Amazon's processing. Anyway you got the idea. I think the extracted picture looks decent. Press the square button next to the play button to see the picture. Note: The focal length of the Panasonic 12-35 is set to 35mm. The Canon one is set to match the view. The video has been revised to change the aperture of the Canon from 5.6 to 4.0.
Summary: With full frame, f2.8 12-35mm can easily go from landscapes to portraits. You'll probably only change lenses to cover a different focal length. But with micro four thirds, the bokeh is gone and so were the beautiful portraits. I was constantly changing lenses to get that look, which on my honeymoon in Europe was both inconvenient to my wife and a safety risk in tourist spots!
Summary: Review of my unit...! Great lens for stills The problem is with its use for video The image stabilisation does not turn off when switched for tripod work. This may not show at the wide end...but zoomed optically &/or digitally it jitters & shakes! This won't be a problem for handheld shooters or even monopods. This wobble effect is not that noticeable on a small computer screen... stands out on a monitor.