Here's our first look at Panasonic's video-centric GH5

Panasonic held it’s Photokina 2016 press conference today and finally spilled the beans on the 4K GH5, the successor to its popular GH4. The big news was 10-bit 4K capture at up to 60 fps, and even up to 6K — but only for short photo bursts. We also tried out Panasonic’s G85, a 4K mirrorless camera for videographers who may not want to splash out for the high-end GH4 or GH5. Finally, there’s the LX10, a formidable 4K compact camera that challenges Sony’s RX100 IV.

Yes, there’s a theme here — 4K video now defines Panasonic’s lineup from compact to mirrorless flagship.

We’re live all week from Cologne, Germany, for Photokina 2016. Click here to catch up on all the news from the show.

Source: Engadget - Read the full article here

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