PANASONIC LUMIX G9 4K Digital Camera, 20.3 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera plus 80 Megapixel High-Resolution Mode, 5-Axis Dual I.S. 2.0, 3-Inch LCD, DC-G9 (Black)
- Professional photo and video performance: 20. 3-Megapixel (Plus 80-megapixel high-resolution Jpeg/raw in-camera image) micro Four Thirds sensor with no low pass filter to confidently capture sharp images with a high Dynamic Range and artifact-free performance
- Rugged splash/freeze proof design: Durable magnesium alloy body withstands heavy use out in the field and is freeze proof down to -10-degrees; splash/dustproof construction with weather sealing on every joint, dial and button
- Class-leading dual image stabilization: 5-axis Dual image stabilization corrects all lenses, including classic lenses not equipped with O. I. S, to eliminate Blur and nearly eliminate body and lens shake in both photo and 4K video recording
- 4K 60P video, 4:2:2 10bit & slow-motion effects: silky-smooth 4K 60P recording (QFHD 4K: 3840 x 2160/MP4) in 4:2:2 10bit ; high-speed video recording yields a dramatic slow-motion effect in 4K (60 fps max. 2x slower [30P playback]) or full HD (180 fps max. 6x slower [30P playback]) quality
- Connectivity and ports: listen to headphones with a 3. 5mm audio port, connect to devices with USB 3. 0 and connect to an external monitor or external Recorder with a full-size HDMI port; available Twin SD card slots (UHS-II U3 compatible)
The professional-grade Panasonic LUMIX 4K digital camera dc-g9 accepts over 30 lumix and Leica DC compact lens options built on the next-generation interchangeable lens camera (ILC) standard (micro Four Thirds) pioneered by Panasonic. With a durable, magnesium alloy body that’s splash/dust/freeze proof, the mirrorless design enables a lighter, more compact camera body that can go anywhere you can. Cutting-edge features include 4K 60P (4: 2: 0 8-bit) and 30P (4: 2: 2 10-bit) in-camera cinematic video, 5GHz Wi-Fi + Bluetooth for fast connection and image transfer, Lightning fast DFD focusing, 5-axis Dual I. S 2. 0 stabilization and exposure Technologies not possible with traditional DSLRs. With the exclusive lumix 4K PHOTO (~8MP, 30/60 fps) and brand new 6K PHOTO mode (~18MP, 30 fps), simply pause that perfect moment from video to produce printable high-resolution photos. A high-resolution 21mm, 0. 76x OLED eye viewfinder (3680k-dot) matches up to exactly how you intended to see the image even under direct sunlight. For connectivity convenience, The G9 includes a full size (type a) HDMI terminal with cable lock, Twin SD card slots (UHS-II U3 compatible) and 3. 5mm microphone & headphone terminals.
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You've tried every 4/3rds created and all the 1" in the last 5 yrs trying to find the magic one.... = The one that will "Do- AP-C" likeness.
Ok, stop looking, as this camera, the G9, with a prime lens, is the closest you will get to that elusive goal.
The G9's image quality, using a good lens, delivers the best IQ that is found within the 4/3rds family.
So, if you are mainly concerned with IQ, and can deal with a selfie screen and a slightly bulky body, then this is your final destination, as this camera handles well and offers the best 4/3rds IQ.
You'll need some good glass, as, good photos require it, no matter the camera.
Get the 14, the 45, and the 12-40.... = in good used condition and save a lot of money.
The 14 as your walk around, the 45 as your utility, and the 12-40 as your main.
Sure you can get that longer tele, if you need it, but if now, these 3 will cover all the bases and more.
Also, get these lenses because as the 4/3rds technology keeps evolving, you'll always be prepared.
Keep lenses, change cameras.
The kit 12-60mm F2.8-4.0 Lens lens however is disappointing. For a lens of that price, I expect both technical excellence and 'good enough for photos'. It's certainly good enough to create some great images, but aside from it's extra zoom range and great IS, it is not up to the standard of either my old beat up Panasonic 12-35mm F2.8 or a borrowed Olympus 12-40mm f2.8. Both of those lenses are sharper through the range, especially in the corners were the 12-60mm falls flat.
Autofocus is fast when you use Panasonic lenses. It didn't perform as well with the Olympus 75mm, but I need to do more testing this upcoming week.
menu is arranged in a simple,yet a clear and informative.
PQ is extremely great.
hassle-free when it comes to connecting to PC.
And the best part for folks like me who knows nothing about digital photography ,is that all the need to do is just do the basic settings that fits your shooting environments and needs ,then shoot on auto.
Sorry,not knowledgeable enough to dive in deeply,as this is my first ever D.Camera,the only camera I was using for the past 33 years was Olympus OM-4.