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Panasonic Lumix GH6 Pushes Resolution Boundaries

With the highest-resolution Micro Four Thirds sensor ever, Panasonic’s video-focused Micro Four Thirds new addition to their GH line, the Lumix GH6, will shoot at up to 10-bit 4:2:0 4K at 120fps, 10-bit 4:2:2 4K at 60fps, and 10-bit 5.7K at 60fps.

Sure, it looks similar to its predecessor, the GH5 Mark II, with the same 3″ articulating screen, but the guts are revamped, and it leaves the cam on your phone in the dust.

There’s a new 25.2MP Micro Four Thirds sensor and a new Venus Engine image processor. Put these together and you can snap pics at 14 frames a second with auto focus locked. This is the highest res in a Four Thirds or Micro Four Thirds cam.

There’s also a new bult-in fan so you can film for longer, plus the new five-axis image stabilisation system adds what is claimed to be 7.5 stops of compensation.

On top of all that, GH6 is the first Lumix Micro Four Thirds with the V-Log format and V-Gamut color space. This will preserve more dynamic range for post-production.

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