New Life for Old Cameras
Here's the link if you can't view the embedded video.
Post-Script: I'm still a rookie at this YouTube thing, and embedding links from the video to this blog. I also don't seem to know how to control which video frame YouTube selects for the title photo of the video; it appears I'm throwing some sort of gang sign or vulgar hand gesture.
It took about 3 hours to render and upload the video to YouTube from within iMovie on my iPad2, in 720P HD resolution. And I had to restart the process several times, after mysterious "upload failed" error messages. I ended up logging into the browser version of my YouTube account in Safari, and then the upload proceeded without errors. Go figure.
I failed to mention in the typed piece that another benefit to using a Lumix G-series of camera for shooting video is that its rear LCD screen flips around to the front so that the presenter can monitor his framing on screen while recording video.
Typecast image via Olivetti Lettera 22 and Sony A390.