(as of Oct 17,2020 21:47:38 UTC – Details)
The LUMIX GH5 packs a real punch with its high performance Digital Live MOS sensor sporting a 20.3 megapixels to achieve the highest picture quality in the history of LUMIX G compact system cameras. Together with the removal of the low-pass filter from the sensor, you can confidently capture the sharpest & artefact free image with high dynamic range. The LUMIX GH5 is a camera of beauty created by you and crafted by Panasonic engineering. To reset the camera, you will need to carry out the following: Set the mode dial to P. Press the menu/set button. Select the setup option. Scroll through the setup listings until you get to ‘reset’. Select the reset option to reset your camera. Once the camera has reset, you will need to turn it off and back on again. You will then be prompted to set the date and time.
The marriage of an advanced Digital Live MOS sensor with the beautiful new Venus Engine 10 reproduces extraordinary colour detail and natural texture expression. The Three-Dimensional Colour Control with rich colours from dark to bright shades and high-precision Multi Process NR makes your images stand out.
It’s difficult to handhold a camera at the best of times but thanks to the 5-axis Dual image Stabiliser 2 Intelligent compensation comes to your aid. The LUMIX GH5 eliminates shakes in both body and lens from wide-angle to tele-end.
Faster frame rates mean excellent motion compensation Plus you can slow down footage inside your video editing timeline without losing detail. You also achieve perfect panning control and a suppression of the rolling shutter Effect as seen in lesser frame rates.
High-resolution images and perfect focal length can also be achieved as the LUMIX GH5 features Pixel for Pixel, no sensor Cropping recording. There’s also no recording duration Limit so you can go beyond 30 minutes in all record settings.
The LUMIX GH5 brings game changing internal 4:2:2 10-bit 4K video recording. The power of having film creation capabilities inside the camera sets a new precedent in guerrilla style filmmaking.
Dfd (depth from defocus) allows the camera to calculate focal lens movement by comparing depth of field values of two images at incredibly high speed. A motion detector accurately tracks fast moving subjects, and enables smooth 4K photo/video & 6K photo recording.
Shoot with unlimited Burst, then choose and extract the exact frames you want to keep. The new 6K photo mode at 30fps allows you to capture the perfect moments at a stunning approx.18-Megapixel high-resolution.