The new Panasonic AF100 is designed to be a versatile tool that fits many different production needs. Its large 4/3-type sensor gives you shallow depth of field, and the on board controls and interfaces make the AF100 function like a traditional video camera. This versatility can also be seen in how it works with a large variety of professional accessories. In my AF100 Lenses and Accessories article, I review all the available accessory options. The article details some of the most popular lens choices, such as the ZF.2 and CP.2 lenses from Zeiss, as well as their compatible adapters. I’ve also received many questions about how best to rig the AF100 for accessories, so I discuss seven different setups that I’ve tested with the camera, including kits from ARRI, OConnor and Chrosziel. Read the entire article over on the Abel website.
We recently held an AF100 event at Abel Chicago, where many of these accessories were on display. Check out our gallery of images from our Chicago event on Flickr.