The 4K-capable Panasonic Lumix GH4 now has an Australian price, and it's very competitive.
The company introduces the first interchangeable-lens still camera that's QFHD- and Cinema 4K-ready out of the box, though you'll have to accessorize for best results.
Although in body design the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 is nearly identical to its predecessor, the GH3, there's a lot more crammed into the GH4, and a new dock connects it to the rest of your video gear.
A mere five months after introducing a radical new photographic format in the world's smallest interchangeable lens camera, the Lumix DMC-G1, Panasonic has unveiled the GH1, the same camera with HD recording capability.
If you're willing to pay a premium to be on the cutting edge of digital photography and video, and as long as you don't shoot sports or in dark venues, then you'll likely love the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1. But if you're simply attracted by the not-to-be-underestimated flexibility of interchangeable lenses with autofocus and depth-of-field control for video, wait for the price to fall a few hundred bucks.
Panasonic has officially launched and priced the video-shooting GH1 Micro Four Thirds camera. We had a play with it, and it's ace. Sadly the only way we could afford it is if we married an aging oil millionaire
If you're willing to pay a premium to be on the cutting edge of digital photography and video, and as long as you don't shoot sports or in dark venues, then you'll likely love the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1.
A discussion of the photo quality of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1.
A discussion of the design and features of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1.
The long-awaited video-capable hybrid from Panasonic goes on sale at $1,499.