Panasonic LUMIX G95 20.3 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera, 12-60mm F3.5-5.6 Micro Four Thirds Lens, 5-Axis Dual I.S. 2, 4K 24p 30p Video, Pre-Installed V-Log L, 3” Flip-Out Touchscreen - DC-G95MK (Black)
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|Model Name||Panasonic LUMIX G95 20.3 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera, 12-60mm F3.5-5.6 Micro Four Thirds Lens, 5-Axis Dual I.S. 2, 4K 24p 30p Video, Pre-installed V-Log L, 3” Flip-out Touchscreen - DC-G95MK (Black)|
|Type of product||Mirrorless|
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- Four-thirds sensor– 20. 3-Megapixel digital live MOS sensor without low-pass filter attains maximum performance (is 25600 Max sensitivity)
- Lumix g MFT camera lens – easy-to-use Lumix g 12-60mm 3. 5-5. 6 standard focal for Micro Four Thirds lens mount digital Mirrorless cameras
- 4K v-log L video – 4K 24/30P video capture Plus pre-installed v-log L offers exceptional flexibility in post-production, featuring log characteristics with 12 Stops of dynamic range
- 4: 2: 2 HDMI output – Real-time image output to an optional external monitor in 4: 2: 2/ 8-bit via an optional micro HDMI cable simultaneously while recording video
- Mic jack – 3. 5mm microphone jack supports external microphone use, such as an optional Panasonic external stereo/Shotgun microphone dmw-ms2
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The Panasonic LUMIX G95 digital single lens mirrorless (DSLM) camera incorporates a four Thirds 20. Megapixel digital live MOS sensor without a low-pass filter for maximum performance. The LUMIX G95 utilizes the Micro Four Thirds lens mount standard, ideal for hybrid photographers and video bloggers (logging or vlog). the LUMIX G95 incorporates an advanced 5-axis Dual I. S. 2 (image Stabilizer) for even more powerful and effective blurring suppression. Combining an O. I. S. (Optical image Stabilizer, 2-axis) and B. I. S. (Body image Stabilizer, 5-axis), it compensates for larger movements. The LUMIX G95 also integrates an OLED LVF (live View Finder) with 2360k-dot high resolution in Approx. 1. 48x/ 0. 74x (35mm camera equivalent) magnification capability. A Venus engine in the LUMIX mirrorless cameras is more capable of tracking moving subjects, and prevent out-of-focus shots even when the subject is fast-moving or when an obstacle cuts across in front of the subject. Newly added AF sensitivity mode lets the user set the tracking sensitivity according to the shooting situation. The popular lumix free-angle 3. 0-Inch large LCD rear monitor (approximately 1240k-dot resolution) adopts a touch control system, making shooting in high and low angles easier. The V-Log L is pre-installed in the LUMIX G95 for exceptional flexibility and wider dynamic range for color grading in the post-production process, and V-Log L features log characteristics with 12 stops of dynamic range. The LUMIX G95 mirrorless Digital Camera boasts a rugged design with a front structure composed of a magnesium-alloy, full-die cast front frame. Plus, splash*/dust-resistant construction with sealed joints, dials and buttons. Notices and DISCLAIMERS: splash resistant*/ dust resistant: splash resistant is a term used to describe an extra level of protection This device offers against accidental exposure to a minimal amount of moisture, water or dust. Splash resistant does not that damage will not occur if this device is subjected to direct contact with water. Minimizing damage: in order to minimize the possibility of damage, Please be sure the following precautions are taken: (a) the splash resistant feature only works in conjunction with the cameras, lenses, and accessories that carry the same Panasonic splash resistant certification. (B) the device is not designed to be dust and splash resistant when or if a USB connection cable or the cable holder is attached to it. (C) make sure that all doors, socket caps and terminal covers are securely closed. (D) make sure that you are in a dry and secure place when changing the battery, lens or memory card, or other accessory. After changing, make sure their protective doors are securely closed. (E) If this device is exposed to water, sand or any other foreign material Clean it as soon as possible, taking the necessary precautions that the foreign substance does not get inside the device. Camera Monitor cleaning: If sand, dust, or liquids such as water droplets adhere to the monitor, wipe them off with a dry Soft cloth. (A) not doing so may cause the monitor to respond incorrectly to touch operations. (B) If the monitor is closed When such liquids are present, malfunction may result. Cold temperatures: when using in cold temperatures (10C to 0C (14F to 32F): attach a Panasonic interchangeable lens with a minimum recommended operating temperature of 10C (14F) before use. Cautions: do not place your hands inside the camera mount of the digital camera body. Since the sensor unit is a precision apparatus, it may cause a malfunction or damage.
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• The flexible screen can be easily adjusted to almost any format you want. You can make the screen face outwards or to the back. What I really like about this is that it felt very sturdy/stable, regardless of where you put the screen at.
• The menu system on this camera is clear and direct. I didn’t feel overwhelmed when scattering through the menu. Very organized and not at all intimidating.
• Really appreciate the three buttons on top camera for adjusting the white balance, ISO setting, and exposure compensation. Also, each one has a different texture so, over time, you’ll memories which button you’re pressing without even looking at it. The small details matter in the long run.
• You can customize almost any of the camera controls you want. I didn’t toy with this feature because it's really based on those who already have a system when shooting professionally.
• The autofocus is extremely fast and accurate.
• 4k (30, 25, and 24fps) shoots work like a charm, and yes unlimited recording is allowed! I’ve heard they’re selling a version in Europe that will only allow 30 minutes per shoot. This could be wrong but it’s something you should know if it’s right (Also, you can film in 1080 60fps).
• The dials and the control buttons all feel firm and tight. Nothing on this is loose or wiggling.
• Shooting indoors, I was impressed on how well the auto white balance was able to perform. The room I tested in had a yellow cast light bulb that made a warm lighting effect. This feature clears this issue up.
• The stabilization is well made in this camera (a Dual IS a system with 5-axis image stabilization). I know this will be a benefit for those who want to shoot in slower shutter speed, therefore keeping the ISO speed down.
• The buffer delay is nonexistent. It takes maybe 1 second to store your image.
• An insane amount of shooting modes. Scene modes, Creative Effects, as well as 4K photo modes. I try to review as much as I can, but I have to admit that this was a little overwhelming. You just need to know each one is unique and each one isn’t the same as the other (A lot of options).
• The Live Composite mode is one of my favorite features this camera has. To summarize you take photos and watch the exposure on-screen as you’re taking the photo. This is great for capturing light trail without overexposing the rest of the picture. For me, I used this tool a lot when I was taking shots in a shadow (low lit locations).
• A big thumbs up when you see that the camera as a built-in microphone and headphone sockets on the side. It’s on the top of the camera, which was a brilliant place to put it because the LCD screen can be moved freely without being blocked by the mic jack.
• Wifi and Bluetooth are both not power hungry. Then again I only turn one of these features on when I’m transferring pictures to my laptop. Both work fine, just a little slower to transfer compared to a wire, or memory card, transfer (which is also an option). I see the Bluetooth feature a benefit for those who want to use a wireless remote to shoot.
• Face and eye detection work really well. In a crowded mall, it was able to focus directly at my friend.
• Built-in pop-up flash. No need to buy an extension because this flash also has numerous settings depending on your shot.
• The “Easy Touch” feature is the second best mode on this camera. It lets you erase unwanted objects in an image, using the camera, without having to edit it on a computer. For those who use Photoshop or Illustrator, this is a Godsend. To do this work without even using your computer.
• If you take multiple shots at the same time the camera will give you the option of allowing it to choose the best one. Note I only found this useful when taking pictures of people. I assume that the auto-picking feature detects faces, as I always found nature shoots better with my choosing.
• Post Focus is available! For newbies, this means you can change your focus point after shooting your pic.
• You can choose to use either a mechanical or electronic shutter. The choice is yours.
• The screen is responsive, no delay, and I found it very useful to set the focus point while using the screen as a guide.
• The weatherproof/ dustproof design gives this camera a great grip, regardless of hand size.
• The layout is built in a way that you can use this with one hand (small and compact). If you’re a vlogger than this was the news you were looking for.
• The smartphone app is straight forward and productive because you can change the key camera settings, fire the shutter button, and even GPS the shooting location on your image. Basically you can control the camera right on your phone. Note that the app itself is not the best and you’ll need consistent connection with the camera (which will drain the battery)
• Extremely well-built with a full die-cast magnesium body. The screen itself can be folded into the camera to prevent it from being scratched.
• No delay when turning it on.
• A decent 0.74x magnification as well as 100% frame coverage.
• No one needs to stand still, this camera will track you before you say “Cheese!”
Cons and Oks:__________
• Battery life isn’t great. Up to 290 shots and you then have to charge it up. It does have a power saving mode that can bring it up to 900 shots. Using this camera you want the best performance it has while not lowering the quality/power of it. I will rarely use the power saver.
• Putting the camera up to your eye does create an issue with the screen below. On numerous occasions, it was very easy to brush the screen with my hand and the focus point, that I originally put, was changed.
• Micro USB connection (not USB Type-C). This is a Pro as well because you can charge it without a battery replacement, but a Con because it’s a Micro USB connection.
• The electronic viewfinder occurs indoors, low light, which results in a noticeably grainier picture.
• A generic lens, with the cost you’re paying you should expect with an upgraded lens. This makes this product overpriced in my book.
• You’re able to combine multiple images into one action shot. Have no idea why you just film it (it’s literally the same feature).
• For more of the camera pro, the Micro Four Thirds sensor is small, but this doesn't seem to harm its performance.
• A single memory card slot. No extension options.
• Just right out of the box there were a couple of shots that were exposed little too much. You can correct this issue easily but it’s an FYI when you turn it on for the first time.
• Note that this has a smaller sensor, but it does not put it at a disadvantage. Still, you need to know that there are some competitors (ex: Sony) that have cameras that provide a bigger sensor and more megapixels for the same money.
• I’ve noticed some for noise performance in the camera at higher ISO speeds.
• The Panasonic Lumix G80 will remain available on the market. For G80 users, it’s a minimum upgrade, so spend your money on lenses instead.
Reviewing cameras are always difficult because the end result is what “you” see in a picture/video. It’s the same as buying a car or a house. You need to test it out yourself before saying “yes, I’ll buy it.” This is a must if you don’t really know about the mechanics of a camera because there might be something on this camera that doesn’t feel right to you.
But if I had to summarize it, it’s a great camera that fits all beginners and pros. The software is well made and is still compact enough to put it in your backpack. I see this more for vloggers but for those who live in a sports world that need 4k 60fps, this camera doesn’t have it. A simple menu layout that makes it easy for beginners, and the indebt customization and modes that makes it feel like home for a professional.
Overall: Not the best at anything, but really good at everything.
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