Panasonic Lumix G80 is a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera with a fast autofocus mode 4K movies, and 5-axis stabilization, and a whole lot of useful features.
Panasonic Lumix G80 is another mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera in the manufacturer who can find a bunch of fans. The camera is equipped with a matrix of micro 4/3 characteristic of Panasonic, and additionally supported by a sophisticated system of 5-axis mechanical stabilization. Through the use of new technology gyro sensor technologies OIS (Optical Image Stabilization (2 axles)) and BIS (image stabilization in the body, 5-axis) perfectly they work together, ensuring a high accuracy. Enhanced Blur Reduction makes photos and videos are crystal sharp despite the movements caused by shaking hands or movement while hiking.
- Matrix Digital Live MOS 16 megapixels
- Fastening system: Micro 4/3
- ISO: max. 25 600
- Movie Mode: 4K 30p
Photos and videos of the highest quality
Matrix Digital Live MOS sensor with a resolution of 16 megapixels and a new image processor Venus Engine ensure high quality photos and videos, and maximum ISO in normal mode, not extended, will amount to 25 600. In addition, the matrix was deprived of the low-pass filter, which increases image resolution and I manage to get a more detailed staff. At the same time image processor Venus Engine reproduces vivid, natural colors – for example, a clear sky – separating the hue, saturation and brightness, precisely regulating each of these parameters separately. With this feature, users LUMIX G80 can select a pre-set contrast, sharpness, saturation and noise reduction corresponding to their environment and style of shooting.In movie mode we find, of course, possible shooting in 4K. The LUMIX DMC-G80 records video at a resolution of QFHD 4K 3840×2160 at 25p / 30p (50 Hz) or 24p in MP4 format and also in the resolution FullHD 1920×1080 at 50p / 60p (50 Hz) in AVCHD Progressive or MP4 (MPEG-4 / H.264) with a practical continuous autofocus. We find here also known from other camera options created based on the quality of 4K, thus including 4K Photo. There was also a 4K Live Cropping allows to obtain a stabilized digital image in Full HD, as well as the popular and acclaimed Focus function Post. In addition, the AF in low light (-4EV) allows more precise focusing even when shooting wildlife at dawn or dusk, while Starlight AF function allows novice astronomers to photograph individual stars and constellations in the night sky.
Good quality display
G80 is equipped with a large viewfinder LVF OLED with a resolution of 2360 thousand. points with a magnification factor of about. 1,48x / 0,74x (equivalent to a 35 mm camera) and a 100% field of view. It provides a high reaction rate with a delay of less than 0.01 sec and a high contrast ratio of 10 000: 1 ensures excellent visibility, and the ocular point is approx. 20 mm, which ensures ease of use and excellent visibility of the users to wear glasses. the viewfinder LVF can also be used in energy-saving mode. If the sensor detects that the eye moves away from the LVF, the camera automatically goes into sleep mode after 3, 5 or 10 seconds. When you press the shutter button halfway, the camera switches instantly to shooting mode. With this feature single battery charge allows you to do almost three times more pictures – 800 instead of 320. We do not know exactly when the camera will go on sale or what will be its price, but everything indicates that the Lumix G80 will be another very interesting model on offer Panasonic.