CP+ interview with Panasonic

Dpreview published their CP+ interview with Panasonic executives. Here is the recap courtesy of 43addict:

  • GH5 was designed for photos/video, GH5S for video, and G9 for photos
  • Panasonic decided on contrast AF with DFD when they made the GH4 because PDAF pixels can damage image quality
  • There are no plans to go PDAF
  • Panasonic can improve their contrast AF with DFD
  • Panasonic might make more fixed lens large sensor cameras in the future
  • They spent the last 3 years building up their video capabilities and now with the G9 they are starting to build up their stills
  • Panasonic wants respect for video and stills capabilities

More CP+ interview can be found here.

Via Dpreview

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