Panasonic has today announced the launch of their new Lumix GX8 that will be available next month priced at around $1,200 and is a follow-up to the popular Panasonic GX7 that was launched back in 2013.
The new Lumix GX8 is equipped with a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor that is supported by a Venus Engine imaging processor and is capable of recording 4K ultra HD video footage at a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels at both 30 and 24 fps.
The features of the Panasonic Lumix GX8 camera include an ISO range of up to 25,600, as well as a handy 3 inch viewing screen on the rear that can be swivelled and rotated depending on your needs. The camera is also fitted with a high-speed burst shooting modes offering capture at either 8 or 6 fps.
The GX8 also support connectivity via NFC and WiFi and is equipped with dual image stabiliser for low light scenarios. For more information on the new Lumix GX8 jump over to the Panasonic website for details.
Designed with the serious photographer and videographer in mind, the GX8 flagship boasts a new 20.3-megapixel Live MOS sensor, along with a faster Venus Engine and Dual Image Stabilisation system to achieve unprecedented picture quality in low light (max ISO 25600), lightening quick AF and 8fps burst shooting, and 4K video/photo capability.
What’s more, the camera’s magnesium-alloy dust and splash-proof exterior is graced with a 3.0″ free-angle 1040k-dot LCD and a tiltable OLED Live viewfinder with 100% field of view to offer users a variety of handling and viewing options.
Source: DPReviewFiled Under: Camera News, Top News