Panasonic launched the LUMIX GH6, the latest flagship model of the LUMIX Mirrorless Camera System, created to break the boundaries of digital mirrorless cameras.
What’s great about the new LUMIX GH6? The camera integrates a 25.2-megapixel Panasonic Live MOS sensor, the highest resolution sensor ever found in a Four Thirds or Micro Four Thirds camera.
It features a high-speed signal readout for better rolling shutter effects when creating video content.
“Introducing the new LUMIX GH6 – our latest flagship model of the LUMIX Mirrorless Camera System. Since the introduction of the first LUMIX GH series camera in 2009, our photo/video-hybrid system has evolved with innovative features demanded by professionals, and now it has become renowned by creators worldwide as a first-choice tool thanks to its performance, mobility and rugged design. With the LUMIX GH6 we are continuing to break the boundaries of digital mirrorless cameras.“
With the new camera, Panasonic offers users a nearly twice as powerful new Venus Engine processor to enable in-camera image processing.
Its video capabilities are outstanding, the camera can capture 4:2:0 5.7K 10-bit video at 60P, or 4:2:0 5.8K 10-bit video at 30P (or 4.4K at 60P) in a squeezed anamorphic 4:3 format.
Moreover, the GH6 is the first Lumix Micro Four Thirds camera to feature the V-Log format and V-Gamut color space, maintaining a high dynamic range for post-production.
The camera will become available next month for $2,199, a lot more expensive than the GH5 Mark II.