After a short delay, Panasonic finally unveiled its latest four-thirds micro camera called the Lumix GH6. This device, which focuses on video recording capabilities, can record 10 bits 4: 2: 0 with 4K resolution and 120 frames per second, 10 bits 4: 2: 2 with 4K resolution and 60 frames per second and 10 bits 5.7K with Have a rate of 60 frames per second.
Panasonic announced the camera about a year ago, but has just released the full details. The Lumix GH6 has a 3-inch display and almost all of its internal components are new. It uses a 25.2-megapixel micro-four-sensor and a Venus Engine image processor that allows you to capture images with autofocus at 14 frames per second. In terms of resolution, this sensor is the largest sensor ever seen in a four-thirds or micro-four-camera.
Panasonic Lumix GH6 has an internal fan!
The camera has an internal fan that allows the device to shoot for longer periods of time with temperature management. A five-axis anti-shake system has also been added to the Lumix GH6, which can apparently compensate for the 7.5-step exposure. It is the first micro-quad-camera to support V-Log format and V-Gamut color space to provide a wider dynamic range for post-production editing.
The Lumix GH6 is priced at $ 2,199, which is about $ 500 more expensive than the GH5 Mark II and $ 200 more expensive than the original GH5. However, this price is less than the $ 2499 figure that was supposed to be considered for this camera last year. Panasonic is scheduled to launch this product next month. Do you think the Lumix GH6 is worth the price?