Panasonic Lumix G9II and two new lenses officially announced

The previously rumored Panasonic Lumix G9II and two new lenses (Panasonic Lumix LEICA DG VARIO-ELMARIT 35-100mm f/2.8 and Panasonic Lumix LEICA DG VARIO-ELMAR 100-400mm II) are now officially announced. The G9II is equipped with a new sensor, new engine, and is the first G series camera with Phase Hybrid Autofocus.

  • New 25.2MP Live MOS sensor with the latest image processing engine for richer tonal gradients & descriptive shadows when shooting RAW
  • 8 stops of in-body image stabilization
  • Phase detection autofocus technology (a first in the Micro 4/3 LUMIX G Series)
  • 60 fps burst shooting with AFC and burst shooting up to 3 seconds, all with the viewfinder blackout-free.
  • Pre-burst recording can begin shooting 1.5 seconds before shutter is released
  • Real-time LUT function
  • Enhanced monochrome photo styles with new LEICA Monochrome
  • Handheld 100-megapixel high resolution mode
  • Enhanced monochrome mode
  • 4:2:0 10-bit 4K 120p/100p slow Motion video
Megapixels 20.3 megapixels 25.2 megapixels
Burst Shooting 60fps 60fps
Image Stabilization 6.5 stops 8 stops
Video Specs 4K/60p, HD/60p 5.7K/30p, 4K/120p
High Resolution Mode 80 megapixels 100 megapixels


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