Review: Fast, Skilful And Sleek LUMIX G9

By Women Love Tech
on 15 November 2017

If you love taking pictures then check out the newly released Panasonic LUMIX G9 with its best-in-class features that deliver incredible responsiveness, stunning image quality, and is easy to use.

Panasonic continues to be the leading driver of innovation in the mirrorless category. The camera delivers fastest-in-class burst shooting at 20 fps (AFC) / 60 fps (AFS) in 20-megapixel resolution; introduces 6.5-stops compensation via enhanced, ultra-precise stabilisation technology (5-Axis Dual I.S. 2); and leads the industry with 80-megapixel High Resolution mode.

The G9 has fabulous ergonomics. At 0.83x (35mm camera equivalent), the magnification ratio of the Live View Finder (LVF) is the largest in its classii. This OLED LVF display has a high 120 fps (frames per second) refresh rate with no blackoutiii, key to shooting high-speed action. A status LCD on top of the body – also largest-in-class – provides detailed settings at a glance.

What we love here at Women Love Tech is the introduction of USB charging and operation on this model – just perfect for travel photography.

Photographers also benefit from features first seen on the LUMIX GH5 and still unique in their class –including 6K Photo Mode burst shooting with no buffer limit, supported by high-speed backup withDual SD UHS-II Card slots.

Scott Mellish, Product Marketing Manager, Imaging, Panasonic said: “Enthusiasts looking to broaden their scope with a highly mobile camera designed for fast action photography in the wildlife and sports arena will appreciate the G9 – with high-performance features housed in a sleek, lightweight design. In addition, the camera’s unique 80-megapixel mode is a boon for landscape photographers wanting to create images with incredible detail.

“The G9 takes the outstanding developments that debuted with the GH5 and adds new capabilities for specialised shooting never before seen in this class of camera.”

DC-G9 – Body only: RRP $2499

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