The Panasonic Lumix GH3 gets official
Follow the Photokina 2012 in Cologne, Germany, where they have been officially presented new camera Fujifilm’s hand and also the spectacular Canon EOS 6D . However, one of the most popular in the field of photography had not made an appearance, so far, is that Panasonic has made official its new Lumix GH3, successor to the successful Lumix GH2 on Photokina was born 2010, and that many were expecting.
The news in this new Lumix are many, but especially have focused on giving great improvements in design, materials and manufacture capabilities to record video. Here we have everything you need to know when not to hesitate to get this amazing camera.
New design with protection for bad weather
The body of the new Lumix GH3 has been completely improved, either inside or outside. Given the first thing that stands out is that they have changed their design to incorporate more function buttons and controls, so that we are more wheel control in previous generations, which according to Panasonic: “It will allow greater learning curve and make it a camera with greater depth. “
This new Lumix has been made of magnesium alloy which has reduced his weight to 550 grams (including battery and memory card), and the best thing about your new design is that it is resistant to dust and splashing as of rain, so as the bad weather will not be an impediment to capture the images at the right times.
Improved video recording
The Panasonic also have endeavored to make this camera count on a video recording of high performance, since it now has the ability to record Full HD content (1080p), 50 fps, MOV format with 72 Mbps using All compression-I. Moreover, for a high quality sound, has a external microphone input, headphone output and HDMI. Simply spectacular to get the full video recording.
General features of the Lumix GH3
- Live MOS sensor of 16 megapixels.
- Venus Engine image processor.
- Sensitivity ISO 200 to 12 800 125 and 25 600 ISO or forced mode.
- Focus thanks to Light Speed AF.
- Gust 6 photos per second.
- OLED display of 1.7 million pixels of resolution.
- 3-inch OLED screen.
- WiFi connectivity.
With Link Lumix applications and WiFi connectivity of this camera, the Lumix GH3 offers the ability to control some of its functions and the camera shots from an iOS or Android device, and send and share images or videos captured computers without using those annoying cables.
No doubt this Lumix developments over its predecessor, the GH2 is remarkable and has been worth waiting for two years Panasonic has made us feel. Unfortunately, for now there is no accurate information on availability or price, but is expected to be around 1,200 euros in Europe.Tags: Lumix, Panasonic, Photokina 2012