Olympus's VF-3 and VF-4 viewfinders also tilt. The GH5 and the G9 are both hybrid cameras, it's true, as are most cameras these days from any manufacturer. I don't doubt that the Sony models are better when there's good light and AF-C at high frame rates is required. The E-M5ii is an awesome camera which I’ve come close to buying myself but, as I take far more candid portraits than landscapes, star-scapes, or high-res product-scapes, I can’t now live without both the tilt EVF+screen. @MrALLCAPS - what? 3. electronic stabilization, which can be activated in addition to the IBIS for even smoother video but at the expense of 1.1 crop. The other clue is that the new camera lacks the L logo (Lumix) on the front. It exceeded my two Nikons in speed and accuracy, especially in auto modes. Panasonic G9 vs GX9. 16MP weakness "maybe" (not sure) is psychologicalwith good lens, watch pics on 4k screen (8MP) may (again not sure) not see a difference with 24MP APS-C or 20 MP MFT, it also have better build quality than camera like GX9, probably last longer, but it has no 4k, not for anyone who care video. The GX9's 20MP sensor now comes without an anti-aliasing filter, and Panasonic's added some neat new features like Sequence Composition. It's IBIS is still top notch IMO, high res is situationally useful, and the 16MP Sony sensor was a lot better for long exposures than the Pana one (look at the bulb time limits on last gen Pana bodies). 12-32mm Lens Kit, Enjoy Unlimited Recording in C4K/4K 60p/50p for Pro Video CreatorsDC-GH5S. Panasonic’s proprietary DFD (Depth from Defocus) autofocus system has both critics and fans, but Chris and Jordan think the system might have received a bad rap. -Unless, that's their focus, a whole line devoted to the Hybrid shooter. Review: Does the Canon Rebel T8i DSLR make sense in an increasingly mirrorless world? I usually shoot in aperture priority except when working on a tripod or using strobes so I've set mine up to use the back dial for aperture and the front dial for EC with the EC dial effectively off. Newer models addressed that but none is as small as the E-M5 II while also being weather sealed, which was part of the appeal for me. I can't believe that at this late stage of the game, DPR can get is so wrong when it comes to their reviews.In the comparison chart between the GX8 and GX9, it shows the GX8 (which I own and bought for it's 4K capability over the excellent GX7 which I have retained) it shows the GX8 as topping out at 1080/60p!Yet elsewhere it states ''4K is a big deal on the GX8. I am thinking about the 20mm 1.7 or the Olympus 25mm 1.8. In this buying guide we've rounded-up several great cameras for travel and recommended the best. Surely they’d fix it if indeed an update broke it? Really disappointed by this review. For me it was too work much to keep it.This is not enough detailed in DP reviews.I found 4k video very good. If you haven't figured it out by now, but every manufacturer leaves out features and purposely handicaps many of its cameras so that consumers continue to clamour for more. Here are a few of the 380 nominated images from photographers, of all nationalities, based in the United Kingdom. What's the best camera for travel? Yes, very true. Size of the system with the lens. Bluebomber, GX9's high ISO is better. These first real-world examples, captured on an unnamed Qualcomm-powered smartphone, show what the CAI standard experience is like when viewing the images online. The menus are better organized, and much easier to navigate with the touch screen. @ Richard. Panasonic Lumix GX9 verdict The GX9 is a great little camera that ticks a lot of boxes for anyone looking for a travel and street photography camera. Panasonic's naming "system" needs to die ASAP. Could DPReview conduct a test to confirm? The factory produces an array of audio components, including analog-to-digital converters, which Inside Imaging claims are used by various Japanese camera manufacturers. Weather sealing wouldn't cost much for instance, especially if you consider that Panasonic re-released a few lenses with weather sealing and they're not costing that much, as in not targeting the semi-pros. They had the GH and the G series... Everything doesnt need a fully articulated screen and most Hybrid shooters prefer DSLR shaped bodies. It would be my first m4/3 camera. That being said, I think people got it wrong because of the naming. The Panasonic G9 is exactly that: stills first, video 2nd, both excellent. Maybe it is because I just use my evf as a compose and focus device and not as a sort of monocular to gaze at the scenery :). LUMIX G100 â Try the Camera Designed Especially for Vloggers. As well as many stills photographers. So DFD 2.0 is just another meaningless PR buzzword to most unless you've actually handled those Pana bodies. It is called "E-Stabilization (Video)" in the menu, which can be set to ON or OFF even when Dual I.S. Ideal for capturing life on the go, the LUMIX GX9 integrates a 5-axis Dual I.S. I guess I don't . I have also noticed that DPREVIEW has gone backwards in their quality of reviews. That will never happen. I will check out this feature for its effectiveness. The conversion of these low-cost lenses means S35 and almost-full frame anamorphic shooting no longer needs to cost quite so much money. Companies in general are pretty bad at naming cameras, but Panasonic takes the cake. I was really attracted by that new 20 mpix without low pass as I like to shoot some landscapes too with micro 4/3, as the size is convenient, and I already had good results from older 16 mpx sensor from likes G6, GM1 and some 16 mpx sony's sensor in olympuses too. It slots into the range alongside the GX8 and GX80, replacing neither of these models. I’m just about to buy this but worthless IBIS might be a dealbreaker. It delivers 2760k-dot equivalent high resolution and approx. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. "Nikon abandoning the D300S part of the market, and leaving the D7x00 series at the top of its APS-C line for many years.". REPLACED MAIN & IMAGE SENSOR & ADJ. I still wouldn't choose either of them if I knew I would be shooting action though, and the EVF of the GX9 is most likely worse for following action than that of the Pen F. C af for me is completely unimportant on these kind of cameras. DPREVIEW has somehow become very slow in reviewing camera nowadays. Panasonic advertises GX9 as a small street/trip camera, not a camera for video bloggers (mic input) or professional photographer who needs a comfortable grip or water sealing.I won't say a city car is useless because it's not good for racing.The EVF could be better but it's not bad. Looks more like a promotional piece to me. I do like the extensive review, but I agree totally that the autofocus section is way to focused on AF-C/tracking. Both the GX85 and GX9 came with a little pop up flash that you can tilt and bounce. Myself I do not care for tilting evf but will put up with them if I have to. In fact, it looks great! I look at the samples between this camera and the Olympus cameras and I notice just how much sharper the Panasonic. Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV have been handing out their 'best and worst' camera awards since 2013, with the 2020 awards announced yesterday on YouTube. I own a GX85 and moved to it from a Nikon D5100 and Nikon J5 which both have PDAF, the latter on sensor with a hybrid contrast setup. As a street/travel camera, i wish it had at least a 120fps video shooting mode. If both are mechanical, then the "digital IS" is a THIRD kind of image stabilization.
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