first_imgEnlarge ImageThere are a lot more direct-access controls on the G95 than on the G85, and the C2 saved preset slot holds an additional 3 sets. Panasonic Panasonic makes some great cameras, but they all tend to skew one way or the other: the Lumix G and GX series towards photo enthusiasts and the GH series towards prosumer videographers. Its new Lumix G95 brings some of the more important video features into the fold, in the hopes of luring vloggers who want a single camera to fill all their video and photo needs.Panasonic intends to offer only kits in the US, at least initially, with the 12-60mm f3.5-5.6 lens. When it ships in May, the G95 kit will cost $1,199 (directly converted, about £917, AU$1,685).The vlogosphere is not new territory. A ton of cameras want to be your one and only for both vlogging and stills, especially in this price range, which is slightly above where models like the new Sony A6400, Fujifilm X-T30 and the old Canon EOS M50 sit. Panasonic’s going a little further, though, with some important video features cameras like those don’t offer, notably in-body image stabilization.  It also supports clean HDMI-out with simultaneous internal and external recording (both 8-bit), comes with a V-LogL flat profile and has a headphone jack. Plus, it can record continuously for essentially an unlimited length of time — as long as the camera stays cool — and because the battery won’t last that long, you can run it on a USB-connected power ImageThe camera’s back controls are extremely similar to the G9’s, though it’s missing the joystick for selecting focus areas. Panasonic But while it’s a size compromise between Pansonic’s higher-end G9 and older G85, it’s still bigger and heavier than the competition. Plus, it’s continuous-shooting speed of six frames per second (with continuous autofocus) can’t quite keep up with the others, either. It does have a good set of direct-access controls, though, and an articulated touchscreen for off-angle or selfie shooting with a mic attached to the hot shoe. Yes -2 – 18 EV Sensor effective resolution 2.0x Yes April 2018 20.3MP Live MOS 18.9 oz (est.) 536 g (est.) Sensitivity range Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth Tags No ISO 100 – ISO 25600/51200 (exp) 23.5 x 15.6mm 26MP X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 14-bit 4.8 x 2.8 x 2.4 in 120 x 67 x 60 mm 14.3 oz (est.) 403 g (est.) Stereo; mic input, headphone jack 30-1/4000 sec.; bulb; 1/160 x-sync 1 x SDXC OLPF -4 – 18 EV Share your voice -2 – 20 EV Yes Fujifilm X-T30 290 shots (1,200 mAh) ISO 80 (exp)/ISO 160 (exp)/200 – ISO 12800/51200 (exp) ISO 100 (exp)/ISO 200 – ISO 25600 1 x SDXC Burst shooting Cameras Post a comment 1.5x 24.1MP Dual Pixel CMOS OLED EVF 2.4m dots 1.48x/0.74x Flash Dual Sensing IS (Optical with gyro data sent from body) January 2019 EVF 0.4 in/10mm 2.4m dots n/a Yes Yes Focal-length multiplier Yes Viewfinder (mag/ effective mag) Best video Stereo, mic input Yes n/a Wireless connection $899.99 £949 AU$1,499 Yes Metering sensitivity ISO 100 – ISO 32000/ISO 102400 (exp) $999 (with 15-45mm zoom lens) Shutter speed Yes Comparative specifications 3-inch/7.5cm Tilting, flip-up 921,600 dots Stereo, mic input, headphone jack 5.1 x 3.7 x 3.0 in 130 x 94 x 77 mm 1,728 zone Metering Yes $899 Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), Bluetooth 0 – 18 EV Panasonic Lumix G95 Audio Sensor size Yes Clean HDMI out 256 zones XAVC S at 100Mbps; UHD 4K/30p, 25p, 24p; 1080/120p 425-point phase-detection AF 91-area Contrast AF $779 (est.) £539.99 AU$899.95 (est.) Canon EOS M50 49-area DFD Contrast AF Yes Stereo; mic input H.264 QuickTime MOV 4K UHD/24p at 120Mbps, 1080/60p, 720/120pcenter_img 22.3 x 14.9mm Battery life (CIPA rating) Yes Yes -2 – 20 EV Optical 4GB/29m59s 1.6x 10 minutes Yes 6fps 600 JPEG/30 raw (9fps with AF-S) 30 – 1/4000 sec.; bulb; 1/200 x-sync Size (WHD) H.264 QuickTime MOV DCI 4K/30p at 200Mbps; UHD 4K/30p at 200Mbps; 10-bit 4:2:0 internal, 4:2:2 external OLED EVF 0.4 inch/10mm 2.4m million dots 0.93/0.62x Wireless flash 4.6 x 3.5 x 2.3 in 116 x 88 x 59 mm 1/4,000 to 30 sec (1/32,000 sec with electronic shutter); bulb to 60 min; 1/180 sec x-sync n/a Display 4.7 x 3.3 x 1.8 in 118 x 83 x 47 mm 13.8 oz (est.) 390 g (est.) Yes 380 shots (1,60 mAh) $999.99 £999 AU$1,699 (with 16-50mm power zoom lens) 1 x SDXC (UHS-II) Unlimited 1 x SDXC Hot Shoe 24.2MP Exmor CMOS 14 bit 801.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2 Autofocus Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), NFC, Bluetooth AF sensitivity 17.3 x 13mm 0 360 (VF), 410 (LCD) (1,020 mAh) Yes Sony A6400 384 zones 425-point phase detection, 425-area contrast AF No H.264 MP4 4K UHD/30p @ 100Mbps, 1080/120p @ 20Mbps 3-inch/7.7 cm Articulated touchscren 1.04m dots Maximum best-quality recording time per clip IS 8fps 90 JPEG/18 raw (20fps with eshutter) Optical 235 shots (875 mAh) -3 to n/a EV 1.5x 3 in/7.5cm Articulated touchscreen 1.2m dots 1/4,000 to 60 secs (1/16,000 with electronic shutter); Time to 30 minutes; 1/200 sec x-sync Manual aperture and shutter in video 1,200 zones Yes 13.5 oz (est.) 383 g (est.) Yes 0 – 20 EV 3 in/7.5 cm Multiangle tilting touch 1.04 million dots n/a Yes n/a Body operating weight Primary kit March 2019 Dual IS 2 (5 axis) Mfr. price (body only) $899.99 £649.99 AU$949 (with 15-45mm lens) Release date May 2019 Memory slots 143 points phase-detection AF (with specific Canon lenses); 99 points 7.4fps 47 JPEG (10fps with fixed focus and exposure; Servo AF not supported with raw) $1,199 (with 12-60mm f3.5-5.6 lens) 11fps 99 JPEG/46 raw Yes 23.5 x 15.6mm OLED EVF 0.4 in/10 mm 2.4 million dots 1.07x/0.7x Canon Panasonic Sonylast_img

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