Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 camera launched with livestream capability, will prove to be the best camera for Vloggers

Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 Hybrid Mirrorless Camera has launched. This camera is equipped with many impressive features, such as 4K video recording at 60fps, 6.5-stop slower shutter speed, free angle LCD display and more. The Lumix GH5M2 comes with wireless livestream capability, which can prove to be a great tool for vloggers. Apart from this, this mirrorless camera also comes with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, which means that you can easily share the contents of this camera without any wired connection. In addition to the Lumix GH5M2, the company has also teased the Limux GH6 camera, which can be launched by the end of this year.

Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 price

Panasonic’s Lumix GH5M2 body is priced at $ 1,699.99 (about Rs 1.23 lakh) and will be pre-booking in the US until July 5. At the same time, the H-ES12060 lens kit is priced at $ 2,299.99 (about 1.67 lakh rupees). The company has not currently shared any information regarding the international availability of the Lumix GH5M2.

Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 specifications, features

The Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 has a 20.3 megapixel digital live MOS sensor with anti-reflecting coating. It comes with an updated Vince Engine image processor and can record 4K 60fps video in 10 bit color at 4: 2: 0. Additionally it provides 10-bit output over HDMI during 4K 60fps recording. This camera without mirrors comes pre-installed with V-Log L, which the company claims is that it provides great editing during the post production process. The Lumix GH5M2 camera comes with Cinelike D2, Cinelike V2, MonochromeS, MonochromeL and ClassicNeo video recording modes.

Panasonic says that the Lumix GH5M2 detects eyes and face twice as fast compared to its older version, the Lumix GH5. Body image stabilization permits the use of 6.5-stop slower shutter speed. It has a 3 inch free-angle LCD touch screen with 3: 2 aspect ratios and REC Frame indicator.

The Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 camera supports wired and wireless livestreams via the LUMIX Sync smartphone app. Using the smartphone and camera, users can livestream the maximum full-HD resolution at 60fps and 16Mbps with H.264 in the RTMP / RTMPS protocol. Panasonic says that with the upcoming software update, the camera will also support wired IP streaming (RTP / RTSP).

Talking about connectivity, it includes double SD memory card slot, USB PD charging, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v4.2 etc.

Meanwhile, the company has also teased the Lumix GH6, which will come with a new Micro Four Thirds sensor and a new image processor. It will cost around $ 2,500 (about Rs. 1.81 lakh).


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