Panasonic has announced two new cameras in their Lumix lineup, with the Lumix DC-GX9MK and the Lumix DC-ZS200.
The Lumix DC-GX9MK is a mirrorless camera with a 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor which has a low-pass filter and Venus Engine. This should help produce natural, high-resolution images.
The camera also comes with a new L.Monochrome D mode which can help photographers create dynamic monochrome photos with an emphasis on highlights and shadows. There’s also a 5-axis Dual I.S. (Image Stabilizer), O.I.S (Optical Image Stabilization) and B.I.S (Body Image Stabilizer), this should help with low-light shooting.
The screen on the Lumix DC-GX9MK can tilt up to 90 degrees and the camera can record videos at up to 4K at either 30 or 24 fps and Full HD at 60 fps. You’ll also be able to take 4K burst files at 30 fps which can then be saved as 8-megapixel photos.
The camera also includes Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi, for connectivity to your smartphone or tablet. The Lumix DC-GX9MK will release in April for $1,299 CAD.
The Lumix DC-ZS200 has a 1-inch MOS sensor which can produce high-quality images with “stunning details.” The camera can deliver an ISO of up to 12,800.
The Lumix DC-ZS200 can record 4K video at 30 fps, as well as QFHD video at 30 or 24 fps and Full HD video. It can also take 4K burst files which can then be saved as 8-megapixel photos.
The camera can get long battery life and take 370 pictures in the eco30fps mode. There’s also Bluetooth 4.2 and Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Lumix DC-ZS200 will be available in April for $1,099 CAD.