Preproduction Panasonic GH5 vs. Panasonic GH4: Sensor Test

1/04/2017 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Preproduction Panasonic GH5 vs. Panasonic GH4: Sensor Test

Griffin Hammond ( the author of the most popular article on 2016 ) compares the new sensor on his preproduction Panasonic GH5 to his GH4. He tests 4K 60p, in-body image stabilization, crop factor and rolling shutter on the newest Lumix camera.



Panasonic GH5 Released Specs 

The new LUMIX GH5 again evolves to achieve 4K 60p / 50p ultra high-definition, smooth, video recording for the first time as a Digital Single Lens Mirrorless camera without a time limit. 

Furthermore, the LUMIX GH5 is also capable of 4:2:2 10-bit* 4K 30p / 25p internal video recording as well as outputting even more faithful color reproduction for the first time as a digital interchangeable lens camera.

Image via panasonic.com
The VFR (Variable Frame Rate) lets users record overcranked / undercranked video in 4K (60 fps, maximum 2.5x slower) and FHD (180 fps, maximum 7.5x slower). The GH5 complies with V-LogL video recording with the purchase of the DMW-SFU1 Upgrade Software Key. 

Use of Upgrade Software Key also activates LUT (Look Up Table) in the camera so users can play videos recorded in V-LogL on the camera. Practical tools like Waveform Monitor and Vector Scope have also been added.

*4:2:0 8-bit in 4K60p/50p recording on an SD Memory Card.

Panasonic LUMIX GH5 Shooting Impression by Griffin Hammond




About Griffin Hammond:

Griffin Hammond is a documentary filmmaker covering political narratives at Bloomberg TV in New York City. Director of the award-winning documentary "Sriracha." Let's Get Connected: Filmmaking blog |  Twitter |  Instagram

Text, image and video via Griffin Hammond


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