Panasonic just launch G95 Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera. This is really a great innovation from the company. Just like it’s predecesor, the G95 is a mid-range hybrid camera. This camera also have both the camera and video features.
One of the unique features of the Panasonic G95 aside the mirrorless camera is the 20.3MP CMOS sensor that come without a low-pass filter. It will also have 5-axis image stabilization in it. This sounds interesting right.
This new camera will make use of the Panasonic’s DFD ( Depth from Defocus) autofocusing technology. This is a variation of contrast-based autofocus. The Panasonic have 0.07 sec focus lock and quick for still. The G95 have face and eye detection, the DFD is known for it flaky for video and constant jittery motion that move back and forth very fast to keep focus.
This camera will be capable of recording 4K video at 30fps and 1080p video at 120fps. It also have an HDMI connector that provides 8-bit 4:2:2 output to an external recorder/monitor. Available with it is also a dedicated headphone and microphone jack.
Panasonic also add new things like V-LogL, Panasonic’s log profile, with this is 12 stops of dynamic range with more flexible color grading options. Moreso, you will also have a 4k 30fps burst photo mode.
One of the G95 unique features is a body design that is weather resistant. It is made with a magnesium alloy body, this makes it dust and water-resistant. The back of the camera have a 2360K dot OLED viewfinder together with a 3.0-inch 1240K dot fully articulating LCD. You can use additional battery grip with the camera, this makes you to use two batteries on a device.
The G95 supports both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connection and it price is $1199.99 for the body. This camera will be available in the market by May.