Black Friday Is Now: Save Big On The Panasonic G9, GH5, GH5S, More

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The early Black Friday deals keep on rolling in. Today, Panasonic has joined the party. You can save over $900 on some of these Panasonic cameras. The impressive Panasonic G9 can be yours for only $997.99 (body only, and just $1,197.99 with the G Vario 12-60mm lens. The GH5 is an absolute bargain at $1,297.99. You can also get the Panasonic GH5 with the 12-35mm f2.8 and can save $902 on the bundle! There are a bunch of deals on the GH5S too. The camera body only is $1,797.99. There are a ton of bundle deals with lenses too. Check out all of the early Black Friday deals on Panasonic cameras after the break.

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Review: Panasonic GH5s (One of My Favorite Micro Four Thirds Cameras)

The Panasonic GH5s feels like and looks like a DSLR. But it surely isn’t one.

When the Panasonic GH5s was first announced, I wasn’t very sure what to think of it. Sure, Panasonic was going after the video market and the high ISO market in the same way that Sony was. But for years, I wasn’t always too keen about Panasonic’s cameras. Over the past few years though, I’ve grown more of a soft spot for them as their performance has dramatically improved in a number of areas. With the Panasonic GH5s the name of the game is high ISO output. It has a 10.2MP Four Thirds sensor at the heart, weather sealing, dual card slots, touch screen, headphone jacks, microphone jacks, PC sync port, hot shoe, and dials galore that many photographers will love and appreciate. Yet for years still, folks continue to discount Micro Four Thirds systems and what’s possible.

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The Panasonic GH5S is Designed to Take on Low Light Situations

This new Panasonic GH5S Seems to be Aimed Square at the Sony a7s II.

The rumors have been flying around for some time, and today we’re getting the brand new Panasonic GH5S mirrorless camera at CES 2018. This new camera has a 10.2MP Four Thirds sized sensor–the lowest number of megapixels on a sensor this size since 2009 when Olympus introduced the Olympus Pen EP-1. This low light capable sensor is being targeted at the video world, but is also an option for photographers who just happen to shoot a lot in low light. To that end, the sensor can capture images at up to 51,200 ISO–which doesn’t sound like much when you consider what many other cameras are capable of doing these days.

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