This year is just flying by. It's the 20th week already!? Monday we had the Q&A with a wide range of topics, such as Mechanical and Electronic shutters, the Edelkrone SliderONE, and taking stills while recording video with the GH5. Tuesday was a discussion on backup options. Wednesday was a lot of fun playing with the GH5s ability to make a stop-motion video. On Thursday, Joseph went live from the road to do an unboxing of the Manfrotto Nitrotech N8 Video Head. And on Friday, PhotoJoseph joined the Live Streaming Pros on their set to talk about live streaming and cameras. If you are interested the world of live streaming at all, this is a must watch.

John Schwaller asked "I understand the three different shutter types: mechanical, front curtain, and electronic. Also, when and why would you choose 'auto'?

Phil Blake asked: "I bought the SliderOne with motion module and connected it to My GH5, however it does not trigger the camera shutter when I'm trying time-lapse mode. Are there any settings you need to put the camera in to make this work or you should just be able to plug and play?

Adrian asked: "Hi joseph, any chance you could explain the picture mode in rec function?"

It's Q&A time... if you asked a big question in the last week and I tagged your comment for answering, this is where you'll find it! 

Do you backup? Of course you do... let's compare notes and talk about the backup options that are available today! 

Many LUMIX cameras have a built-in "stop-motion animation" feature, allowing you to easily make those fun Lego movies at your dining room table. Let's have a look! 

Guess who's got a brand new Manfrotto Nitrotech N8 Video Head! Let's open 'er up, shall we?

While in Portland, I stopped by the Live Streaming Pros studios to talk to Luria Petrucci and David Foster about the camera side of their streaming adventures!