Panasonic has unveiled its Lumix G95 hybrid mirrorless camera. The camera is updated, and better than the earlier G85. Panasonic’s G95 hybrid mirrorless camera model has been specially made for field use. It comes with dual image stabilization, fast autofocus and can record 4K video. Besides that, the tech is squeezed into a 536 gram (1.2 pound) weather-sealed body .this model G95 is slightly heavier than Lumix G85.
Two months earlier Panasonic has introduced the Lumix TZ95 (ZS80) and Lumix FZ1000 II cameras; it has introduced the LUMIX G95 hybrid mirrorless camera.
According to the specification that revealed, Panasonic G95 is built around a 20.3 MP Digital Live MOS image sensor. Besides that the sensor works with the company’s Venus Engine image processor for light sensitivity up to ISO25,600, 9 frames per second. This helps continuous shooting for a burst of 600 in JPEG or 30 in RAW formats, and fast autofocus.
On the other hand, the camera retains the same DSLR form, with a big grip and lots of dials for tactile control. The EVF is also the same as the one on the G85, with a relatively paltry 2.36 million dots and a TFT LCD, rather than an OLED, display. It also has the inbuilt Bluetooth and Wi-Fi option for connectivity.
The camera uses Contrast AF with Panasonic’s Depth from Defocus technology. It is there to analyze and examines several images of different sharpness levels. After that it compares them with current lens data and calculates the distance to a subject. This means that users can expect auto focus speeds of around 0.07 seconds.
The G95 has a flip-around rear display, and considering the solid video specs, should make a good vlogging camera. Video output is limited to 8-bit both internally and externally, but it does come with Panasonic’s V-Log L setting to boost dynamic range in postproduction.