Panasonic GH6 Review: Amazing Video, But That’s It

Five years after the launch of the GH5, the Panasonic GH6 arrived in a hail of video features. But, while the Micro Four Thirds camera has a long list of options for videographers, Panasonic dubs the GH6 as a hybrid for shooting multiple media types. Besides the 5.7K video, the sensor was upgraded to the highest resolution of any Micro Four Thirds camera yet (25.2MP). Meanwhile, to reduce noise, Panasonic introduced something called Dynamic Range Boost.

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The New Panasonic GH6 Is a Sampler Platter in Multimedia Innovation

The new Panasonic GH6 aims to not just combine photo and video, but mix a higher resolution sensor with a smidgen of the high ISO performance of the low-resolution GH5s. The GH6 was announced today, Feb. 21st, and it’s the first Micro Four Thirds to breach 25 megapixels. After a small Mark II update for its predecessor, the GH6 sports both a new sensor and processor. The updates touch on nearly every part of the camera, notably excluding the viewfinder. 

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The Panasonic GH5 II Is Basically Daring You to Drink More Coffee

Today, Panasonic is announcing the new Panasonic GH6 development and the Panasonic GH5 II.

Most of my briefing on the new Panasonic GH5 II and the Pansonic GH6 had to do with many video features. Indeed, Panasonic has always leaned more towards video with Micro Four Thirds. OM Digital Solutions always leaned more towards photos and stills. So rumors started to circulate about the Panasonic GH6 and the Panasonic GH5 II. Well, they’re both coming, and they’re both going to do different things. More importantly, they’re both going to be flagship cameras.

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