Live MOS Image Sensor
The new Panasonic GF5 included their recently engineered 12.1 MP
Live MOS image sensor
and encompasses a wide array of shooting options for enhancing the photographic experience
Today Panasonic announced a brand new interchangeable lens system digital camera, called the DMC-GF5, an addition to the acclaimed LUMIX G Series digital cameras by Panasonic, which are esteemed for their compact camera bodies and lenses along with high image quality. The LUMIX GF5 contains their recently engineered 12.1-MP Live MOS image sensor and re-engineered Venus Engine, ensuring true-to-life photos using exceptional image rendering, color reproduction and resolution. Even
when in low-light circumstances and a high maximum 12800 ISO sensitivity setting, the LUMIX GF5 delivers stunning pictures and movies. It's noise reduction system encompasses a combination of Multiple-process Noise Reduction (MNR) and 3D Noise Reduction (3DNR) letting both brilliant areas along with dark sections to be faithfully replicated with minimal noise while accomplishing high sensitivity image video recording.
Complete with it's trendy and sophisticated look, the LUMIX GF5 is enclosed in a condensed, lightweight body
along with a built-in flash. A rubberized grip allows users to easily hold the camera by one hand. Conforming with the Micro Four Thirds specifications, a wide selection of interchangeable four thirds lenses are available to expand ones photographic experience at a higher broad level of photographic quality.
The LUMIX GF5 is expected to please beginning photographers along with photo enthusiasts looking to take the next step up from the typical l point & shoot camera, The camera’s slew of shooting options allows photographers to be even more creative, yet to be easy for users with any level of experience. With it's powerful Venus Engine plus Live Mos image sensor the camera can achieve exceptional image quality in a wide array of shooting circumstances.
Similar to all LUMIX G Series cameras the LUMIX GF5, uses Contrast Auto Focus (AF), allowing focusing to be
manipulated by its image sensor. when compared with the difference of Phase system AF, the Contrast AF increases higher accuracy,
particularly when using a big aperture lens (small F number) for shooting. To enhance the Contrast AF further, the GF5 includes full-area focusing, allowing the
possibility to zero the focus in on any point within its field of view.
Using ultra high-speed AF, the GF5 can achieve focus in about 0.09*1 seconds allowing for a possibility to capture even those fast moving subjects in a clear, concise frame. Used in combination with its Touch AF control along with high-speed burst mode at four fps with full resolution, never has it been easier to clearly acquire fast-moving objects. In addition, Pinpoint AF delivers even more accurate focus by additionally enlarging the area of focus, as an example, helping to to set the focus directly upon a pupil within an eye.