The new Panasonic Lumix GH6 flagship camera released

What do you know about Panasonic and the GH series? The Panasonic Lumix was truly made for those who take videos. And those people who shoot video already know that Panasonic Lumix cameras are the best, easiest to use, and most of the software you would ever need for video work is built-in to the cameras.

And all the other cameras manufactures have just finished introducing their new flagship cameras. Nikon, Sony, Canon, Pentax, Olympus, and they are all great cameras. And then on of the last ones to come out is the Panasonic Lumix camera and as some reviewers are saying: this blows the others away.

And the specs are amazing. I have just witnessed some photos taken with the new Panasonic Lumix. And they have a new 100mp sensor that makes all other cameras look bad, I mean it.

I went to YouTube and checked out all the reviews on this camera and found one that I really like. Take a look at this so you can see how amazing this camera is. And it is right from Panasonic who knows what they should be filming.

The new 25.2MP sensor (with no low-pass filter) sets a new resolution standard for Micro Four Thirds cameras, and the High Resolution stills mode now enables you to capture 100MP images without a tripod.

This is thanks to the improved in-body image stabilization gyro and algorithm, which now offers up to 7.5 stops of compensation when used with lenses supporting Dual IS2 (all of which will require a firmware update for the GH6).

Another first for G series cameras is the inclusion of V-Log / V-Gamut, to maximize the GH6’s 12 stops of dynamic range – which increases to 13 stops when employing the Dynamic Range Boost mode. This acts in a similar way to Panasonic’s dual gain readout (which is distinct from dual native ISO), and employs a base ISO of 800 to produce a high-saturation image and ISO2000 to capture a low-noise image; these are composited, at up to 60p, for rich HDR video.

Audio gets as much love as video, with the new flagship supporting 4-channel, 24-bit,  48kHz or 96kHz recording via XLR microphone adapter. The 2-channel built-in microphone also supports 24-bit 48kHz. 

The Panasonic GH6 will be available in March for $2,199 / £1,999 body only in some markets, while in Australia, it will arrive a month later in April for a body-only price of AU$3,699.

One more YouTube video to learn more about this:

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