A compact Micro Four-Thirds camera with a tough exterior and pro-grade features
If you are in the market for a small mirrorless camera that can handle the elements, you might want to check out the Lumix G95. A successor to the G85, the G95 is a pro-grade mirrorless camera with a magnesium alloy body and dust and water-resistance.
Beyond its tough exterior, the G95 is a capable camera with a good set of photo and video features. Inside it is a 20.3MP CMOS sensor with 5-axis image stabilization and without a low-pass filter. It uses Panasonic’s DFD or Depth from Defocus autofocusing technology, which can lock focus within 0.07 seconds and comes with face and eye detection.
For videos, the G95 can shoot 4K video at 30FPS and Full HD at up to 120FPS. It is capable of 8-bit 4:2:2 output via HDMI and comes with Panasonic’s V-LogL profile. The latter gives you flexible color grading options along with up to 12 stops of dynamic range.
Other features include a 2360K dot OLED viewfinder, a 3-inch 1240K dot fully articulating LCD, and an optional battery grip. The G95 is priced at $1200(~Php 62.6k) for the body only and will be available starting May.