Originally teased at Photokina, Panasonic has finally launched the Lumix DC GH5 during CES 2017. The camera has a 20.3MP Live CMOS sensor without an optical low-pass filter and an upgraded Venus Engine processor that claims to cut noise by 2 stops.
The EVF has been upgraded as well. It now has a resolution of 3.68M dots and 0.76x magnification (compared to 2.36M dots and 0.67x on the GH4.) It also has dual UHS-II SD slots, full-sized HDMI port and a fully articulating 3.2″ touchscreen LCD with 1.62M dots. it also has a 5-axis in-body image stabilisation with support for Dual IS 2.
The GH5 can capture 4K 60p and 50p using the full sensor with no cropping at 150Mbps. At 4K30P, you can get 10-bit 4:2:2 colour.
The GH5 will be available at US$2000 at the end of March.by