4K is of course the next step when it comes to the resolutions of our TVs. It’s still not mainstream yet, but it’s getting there.
But what’s the point of a 4K TV if you don’t have 4K content to watch on it. The Panasonic GH4 is one of the first compact Micro Four Thirds cameras capable of shooting in 4K. And most likely, it’ll be one of the most affordable ways.
The device courts professional photographers as it is equipped with a wide array of advanced features. In addition to aforementioned 4K video capability, the new Lumix GH4 offers a 16-megapixel sensor with great dynamic range and suppressed rolling shutter effects, a powerful quad-core image processor that allows for taking pictures at up to 25 600 ISO and 12 frames per second.
The camera also comes with a new autofocus system that can automatically lock focus on a subject’s eye as well as natural color reproduction, high-res OLED electronic viewfinder, 3-inch 1040K-dot free-angle static touch control rear monitor, Wi-Fi, NFC, and micro HDMI for image output.
Thanks to magnesium frame, the Lumix Gh4 has the appearance of a DSLR and is just as light. Moreover, the camera is both splashproof and dustproof, which makes it a perfect companion for field photography or shooting at unpleasant weather conditions. Pricing and availability details are yet to be revealed.