Panasonic GH5 Mark II camera official press release, detailed specification, and images available via nokishita. Panasonic GH5 Mark II now features live streaming capability, although the major specification of the camera remains the same.
Panasonic GH5 Mark II Press Release
The legendary LUMIX GH5 experience, now with live streaming! The Panasonic LUMIX DC-GH5M2 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera Body draws from the GH5, an iconic camera for pro photography and videography, adding features to challenge you to your highest levels of creativity.
The OHS H is capable of wireless live streaming using the LUMIX Sync smartphone app supported by USB PD outdoors or indoors. With a future firmware update, it will support wired IP streaming. Video can be delivered either as-is or as log recording for advanced post-production.
The GH5 II ensures successful shooting with a 20.3MP sensor with AR. coating, the latest autofocus, and I.S. technologies with the latest Venus Engine. It is capable of unlimited video recording in various settings and can record C4K/4K 60p 4:2:0 10-bit without cropping, with simultaneous output over HDMI during internal recording. V-LogL is pre-installed to deliver a high dynamic range and broad colors, which makes it easy to match the color tone with the footage recorded in V-Log and V-LogL of Panasonic and LUMIX line-up. Cinelike D2 and V2, MonochromeS, and L.ClassicNeo have been added to Photo Style to expand your creativity. For Variable Frame Rate recording, C4K/4K 60fps, Anamorphic 50fps, and FlID180fps are available with autofocus function prior to the recording starts.
Tough enough to withstand even heavy field use, the GH5 II has a magnesium alloy full die-cast front/rear frame. Secure construction and a sealing for every joint, dial, and button make it not only splash and dust resistant but also freeze-resistant down to -10 degrees Celsius. Equipped with a double SD Memory Card slot compatible with high-speed, high capacity UHS-II for Relay Recording, Backup Recording, or Allocation Recording.
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