Panasonic announces development of Lumix GH5 with 4K/60p video

Panasonic Lumix GH5

Panasonic is reportedly working on the Lumix GH5, a successor to the acclaimed Panasonic Lumix GH4, which was among the first mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras to feature 4K video at 30p. Set to arrive 2017, the Panasonic Lumix GH5, like its predecessor, has a focus on videography. The new Lumix GH5 is expected to be introduced to the global market in early 2017.

While detailed specifications are still under wraps, at Photokina 2016, Panasonic revealed their new flagship mirrorless interchangeable lens camera will be capable of recording 4k 60p/50p video, and will also offer 4:2.2 10-bit 4K video. It will also provide a 6K Photo mode which will allow you to extract approximately 18-megapixel still images from the video footage, and approximately 8-megapixel images from 4K 60p video.

The company attributes advances in digital signal processing and better heat dissipation for the improvements they’ve achieved in their Lumix GH5.

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