Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds
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The Panasonic Lumix DMC GX85 is an all-around Micro Four Thirds camera engineered for booth photographers and videographers. Available in silver or black, the GX85 features a compact form factor and intuitive layout, including a feature-set to handle a multimedia lifestyle. Making use of a 16MP Live MOS sensor, lacking an optical low-pass filter which increases sharpness, the GX85 has the capability of shooting continuously up to 10 frames per second using single-shot autofocus, or 6 frames per second using continuous autofocus, plus up to 40 framews per second when using the electronic shutter mode. UHD 4K video recording is also available in 30 and 24 fps frame rates, along with Full 1080p, HD, while the 4K recording capabilities also allow shooting 8MP stills at a 30 frames per second rate. A sensitivity range as high as ISO 25600 allows shooting in trying and poor-light situations while 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization also helps to diminish the appearance of camera shake for crisper handheld photography. Covering a broad array of features for both still and moving photos, the GX85 is an all around mirrorless camera further distinguished by its sleek form factor and connected functionality.
Complementing the imaging abilities, the GX85 also includes both a 2.76m-dot electronic viewfinder plus a 3.0" 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD, which features a tilting layout to further allow shooting from both high and low angles. Wi-Fi is also built-in into the design, which provides wireless image transfer along with remote camera control from linked smartphones or tablets.
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX85 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera
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