Panasonic has launched the Lumix G9, which is a mirrorless interchangable lens camera for photographers. The Japanese company claims that the camera offers the highest image quality in the history of all LUMIX G camera series. What are the advantages?
For specifications, the G9 has a Micro Four Thirds 20.3 megapixel sensor with no low-pass optical filters and a new Venus 10 rendering engine. The new camera can also produce 80 megapixel resolution images in RAW or JPEG format, but with a note you are using a tripod.
Panasonic G9 has 5-axis stabilization that has been improved, which allows you to use 6.5 stop slower shutter speed. Combined with a stabilized 2-axis lens, the Panasonic G9 can provide very stable performance for photos as well as video shooting.
The G9 camera has a 20fps burst mode with continuous auto focus and 60fps with fixed focus at 20.3 megapixel resolution. As for the 6K mode lets you shoot in 30fps mode and for 4K mode lets you shoot at 60fps. This mirrorless camera has an enhanced 225 points Panasonic DFC autofocus system, which the company claims that the 0.04 second focus time is the fastest in the world.
There is an OLED viewfinder that has 0.83x magnification and can be switched between 0.7x, 0.77x and 0.83x. It has a 3680k dot resolution and a 100% field of view with a refresh rate of 120fps. There is also a touch screen area of 3.0 inches, 1040k dot. Not to forget, this mirrorless camera also supports Bluetooth connectivity and Wi-Fi. Then what is the price of this mirrorless camera? The Panasonic G9 camera sells for $ 1699 for body-only and for Battery Grip sold for $ 349.99.