The Lumix GH6, the world’s brightest micro-four-thirds camera, was unveiled
Hours ago, Panasonic introduced its latest four-thirds microcamera, which focuses on video recording. According to Verge, the Panasonic Lumix GH6 camera Lumix GH6) was supposed to be introduced earlier; But for some unknown reason, its launch was delayed.
About a year ago, when the GH5 Mark II was introduced, GH6 was first mentioned. At the time, Panasonic announced that the Lumix GH6 could record 10-bit 120 fps 4: 2: 0 4K video, or 10-bit 60 fps 4: 2: 2 4K, or 10-bit 60 fps 5.7K video.
The Panasonic GH6 looks similar to the previous model and uses the same three-inch rotating display; But it is equipped with new hardware. The new Panasonic camera uses a 25.2-megapixel micro-four-sensor sensor and is equipped with a Venus Engine image processor.
Together, the sensor and processor allow you to capture consecutive images at 14 frames per second when the autofocus system is locked. Thus, the Lumix GH6 has by far the clearest sensor among four- or four-thirds cameras.
Panasonic announces the addition of an internal fan to the Lumix GH6 so that the camera can shoot for longer. Also, Panasonic’s new five-axis anti-shake system offers up to 7.5 stops of anti-shake, which is interesting in its own way. The GH6 is the first micro-four-thirds camera to use V-Log format and V-Gamut color space.
Panasonic will launch the Lumix GH6 camera next month for $ 2.199 (body only). The new camera costs $ 500 more than the GH5 Mark II and $ 200 more than the GH5. Previously, the GH6 was expected to be available to customers for $ 2,499.