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Photos to Impress, 4k Videos to Inspire

The GH4’s new Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine team up to reduce noise while raising resolution and improving colour reproduction. Innovative DFD technology increases the speed of contrast AF. As the world’s first DSLM camera to record 4K videos, it truly meets the needs of professionals.

LUMIX Digital Single Lens Mirrorless Camera DMC-GH4AGC
 
 
16.05 Megapixels
Digital Live MOS Sensor
4K2K
Video Recording
2,359K-dot OLED
Live View Finder
 

Overview

The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera is a true hybrid camera designed for both professional photo and video use. It features a 16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor and a 4-CPU Venus Engine, capable of capturing high-resolution JPEG and RAW stills, as well as UHD 4K 3840x2160 30p/24p and cinematic DCI 4K 4096x2160 video at 24p. Like its predecessor, the GH4 features a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, while offering increased resolution on both the OLED monitor and electronic viewfinder. It also features built-in Wi-Fi with NFC technology, in-camera creative controls, and a high-speed 49-point autofocus in both photo and video mode.

The GH4 delivers video quality surpassing many professional video cameras. Video can be recorded in a variety of formats, from efficient AVCHD and AVCHD Progressive, to 200 Mbps All-Intra and 100 Mbps IPB MOV and MP4 formats. And because the GH4 is a global camera, the system frequency can be switched between 59.94 Hz (23.98 Hz) and 50 Hz, yielding a variety of recording options including 23.98p, 25p, 29.97p, 50p, and 59.94p. The system can also be switched to 24 Hz to capture true 24p in HD and 4K resolutions.

 
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The photography and videography has come a long way. Thanks to camera technology and great editing tools, people are now able to create photos like never before. But it doesn't stop here. With the most recent innovations in technology, the photo and video industry are now moving towards 4K.