Following the display of the OM system Olympus OM-1, Panasonic steps as much as the plate with its respectable statement of the LUMIX GH6, the successor to the popular GH5 mirrorless camera. Panasonic has announced its latest video-focused Micro 4 Thirds digital camera, the Lumix GH6, after a postponement. The brand new numbered access in popular GH line was teased nearly a year ago along with the launch of the GH5 Mark II; Panasonic confirmed on the time that it might shoot up to 10-bit 4:2:0 4K at 120fps, 10-bit 4:2:2 4K at 60fps, and 10-bit 5.7K at 60fps.
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Now the camera has been revealed full, and while it appears much like its predecessor and functions the same 3-built-inch articulating display screen, the built-internals are all new. There’s a new 25.2-megapixel Micro 4 Thirds sensor and a brand new Venus image processor, which together will let you shoot pix at 14 frames per 2nd with autofocus locked. It’s the highest resolution sensor ever found in a Four Thirds or Micro 4 Thirds camera.
Panasonic has also brought a built-in fan to the camera to permit it to document for longer durations, and the new five-axis picture stabilization device adds a claimed 7.5 stops of compensation. The GH6 is the primary Lumix Micro four-Thirds digicam to include V-Log format and V-Gamut color space, which preserves more dynamic variety for post-production.
The Lumix GH6 will value $2,199 frame-only next month, that’s $500 more than the GH5 Mark II and $200 more than the original GH5, however, truly cheaper than the $2,499 rate it becomes anticipated to release at last year. Between this and the OM system OM-1, which was announced last week and is the first new model to return from Olympus’ offered-off digital camera business, it’s a good time to be a high-end consumer in the Micro four-Thirds system.