Panasonic had introduced the Lumix DC-G95 camera, which in some markets will bear the designation G90. This model of Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera system will be located just above the G85 (G80) camera, which was introduced in 2016.
From its predecessor, the G95 differs slightly. Among the most notable innovations are a higher resolution LiveMOS sensor, which is equal to 20.3 megapixels, support for the V-LogL curve, and the presence of a headphone jack. Of course, the design is somewhat updated: the new camera is somewhat larger and with a more pronounced handle. It is equipped with special buttons for selecting photosensitivity, white balance and exposure compensation.
The user can use the ISO 200-256000 sensitivity range, expandable down to ISO 100. Shutter speed can be selected from 1/16000 s to 60 s. The sync speed is 1/200. There’s a built-in flash, effective at distances up to 6.4 m (at ISO 100). The camera equipment includes a movable three-inch liquid crystal display with a resolution of 1.24 million points. The OLED viewfinder is inherited from the G85.
Continuous shooting at up to 9 fps is possible. In the video mode, the resolutions of Full HD and 4K are available. The maximum frame rate is 120 and 30 fps, respectively. A stereo microphone and monaural loudspeaker are built into the camera. The camera supports Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.2.
290 shots can be taken on a single battery charge. With dimensions of 130 x 94 x 77 mm, the device weighs 536 g.
The kit with a Lumix G 12-60mm F3.5-5.6 Power OIS lens is priced at $1,199. It will be available starting May 2019.