Panasonic Lumix GX9 gets massive upgrades

Panasonic Lumix GX9 Will get Huge Upgrades With 4K Video and Extra. Panasonic has up to date its high-end, mirrorless, GX9 digital camera with a wide range of new options, whereas additionally decreasing the house it’ll absorb your again pocket. The brand new Micro 4 Thirds digital camera comes with a brand new 20.Three MP sensor on the entrance, with a Venus Engine picture processor permitting steady capturing at as much as 9 fps.

The ISO ranges vary between 100 and 25600, with a 5-axis built-in picture stabilization, in addition to 2-axis optical stabilization. It does lose out on the low-pass filter, although it comes with a brand new monochrome mode in case you’re into classic pictures. Panasonic further grows its range of Lumix G cameras with the GX9. Billed by Panasonic as a premium street photography camera, the GX9 slots into the range alongside the GX8 and GX80, replacing neither of these models.

The GX9’s closest peers are the Fujifilm X-E3 and Sony’s a6300, both of which have 24MP APS-C sensors, hybrid autofocus systems (which the GX9 lacks) and 4K video capture.

Key Specifications

20.3MP Four Thirds sensor with no low-pass filter

‘Dual IS’ 5-axis in-body image stabilization

Depth from Defocus contrast-detect AF

Tilting 2.76M-dot electronic viewfinder

3″ 1.24M-dot touchscreen display

6 fps burst shooting with continuous AF

4K UHD video capture at 30p

Built-in flash

Redesigned shutter mechanism with electromagnetic drive

New L. Monochrome D and Grain Effect color modes

Wi-Fi + Bluetooth

All-in-all that’s a pretty nice feature set, with the removal of the low-pass filter promising better resolution and the new shutter reducing the shutter shock which plagued its predecessor. Panasonic also added some new tricks to its 4K Photo mode that we’ll touch on later.