Panasonic’s Lumix G series has produced some of the best 4K video mirrorless cameras of all time, with models such as the Panasonic GH4 and Panasonic GH5 achieving iconic status among amateur filmmakers. All this despite the fact that the camera uses a Micro Four Thirds sensor, which is significantly smaller than the full-frame sensors that are currently popular thanks to cameras like the Sony A and Canon EOS R.
Here we compare the design, specs, features and performance of the two cameras, identifying the key differences and hopefully letting you know which Panasonic Lumix G is for you.
But suppose you’ve opted for a Micro Four Thirds model, recognizing the benefits a smaller sensor can bring: a lighter and more compact body, more effective image stabilization and much smaller lenses. Which of Panasonic’s video stars do you choose: the Panasonic GH5 II, the updated and improved edition of a classic Lumix G; or the just-released Panasonic GH6, the most powerful camera in the Lumix G range, boasting an enormous wealth of video options albeit in a larger body at a higher price?
Summary of news:
- Which hybrid camera to buy: the Panasonic Lumix GH6 or the Panasonic Lumix GH5 II?
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