Earlier today Panasonic announced the newest member of its G series called Lumix DMC-G7. In this quick video Allan Weitz from B&H gives a quick tour of the features of the newly announced model.
The most important feature of the new G7 is of course the new support for 4K video shooting however Panasonic changed and added quite a lot of other things including a redesigned body (much nicer than the G6 if you ask us), new processor and sensor (taken from the LX100), better sensitivity and better AF and a few new shooting modes.
The new G7 redesigned from the outside and inside
Some of the main features of the G7:
- Sensor: 16 MP CMOS sensor.
- Processor: New Venus Engine image processor with quad-core processor.
- Sensitivity: 100-25,600 ISO.
- Autofocus: faster more sensitive – hybrid contrast autofocus (DFD), Low Light up to -4EV .
- Video: 4K (3840 x 2160 @30fps/24p in 100 Mbps – half that of the GH4), 1080p @60fps.
- Storage: SD/SDXC with UHS-II support.
- LCD: 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Free-Angle Touchscreen.
- EVF: 2.36m-Dot OLED Viewfinder
- Connectivity: built-in WiFi.
- Continuous shooting: 8 fps.
- Weight: 14.64 oz / 415 g.
- Availability and price: June 15th 2015 for just under $800.
Here are some more official videos from Panasonic showing the G7 and its capabilities:
Low light video with the G7
Timelapse feature on the G7
4K video sample from the G7
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