Panasonic is going to release the mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera LUMIX DMC-GX8 on August 20. It has a newly-developed 20M Live Mos Sensor and the world's first 6-control image stabilization system called Dual I.S..
Panasonic has (arguably once again) done what no other camera manufacturer seems keen to do, and they've delivered an easy to use, madly capable true hybrid photography camera that can go toe to toe with specialist systems in both stills and video. Read on for the why!
Panasonic announced that they are going to release the world's first compact digital camera with 4K video recording capability - LUMIX DMC-FZ1000 - on July 17.
It will be sold for around 100,000 yen.
LUMIX DMC-FZ1000 is able to record 4K video (3,840×2,160) at up to 30 fps in the MP4 format. There is also a built-in functionality called "4K PHOTO" to capture 8MP images in the 4K video footage. It can also output 1920×1080 60fps full HD resolution video.
Giving the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 a thorough looking at and using of - our biggest review of the past 6 months, maybe even the past year - is now available in all three of AkihabaraNews’ publishing languages:
Panasonic's Lumix GH4 has Variable Frame Rate! As any photographer knows, high-end cameras with VFR built-in allow for the rate of frames... to be like, you know, varied. And thats a good thing because non-variable frame rates aren't as cool. Good enough, yeah?