You have waited for 3 years and you have been saving your hard earned cash, and now the wait is over. Panasonic just unveiled the long-awaited GH4 successor – the flagship interchangeable lens camera, the Panasonic GH5. The standout new features include 4K internal recording at 10bit
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It seems that more and more pieces of the Panasonic GH5 puzzle seem to be coming together as we get closer to the official product announcement, expected some time in early Spring – possibly March. A few weeks back we heard about the potential price tag (of
At Photokina 2016, Chinese YI Technology announced their first Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera – the Yi M1, which is features a 20 megapixel Sony sensor, a compact and minimalist design, UHD/30p video, built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi all for not a whole lot of money (less than $500
Gone are the days when shooting super slow-motion videos was possible only if you have access to a super expensive high-end digital camera such as the Phantom Flex 4K costing tens of thousands of dollars. It’s really hard to believe that a small camera like the Sony
Adam Wilt of DVInfo.net has been a supporter of Panasonic’s efforts in the Lumix line since the release of the GH1. He currently owns every GH model of camera the company has released, his newly-purchased GH4 having been in his possession now for about seven weeks’ time.