The cameras will go on sale either later this year or in early 2017.
Panasonic, which held its cards so damn close to its chest, have now finally revealed them in its latest press conference at Photokina 2016.
With the launch of its 4K enabled GH5, Panasonic has launched a camera that will succeed its popular GH4.
Panasonic camera fans will be pleased to know that the GH5 can capture 10-bit 4K shots at up to 60 fps. As if that wasn’t enough, it can take this up by upto 6K. This however is reserved for short burst photos only.
For those who don’t want to empty their banks for their love of photography, Panasonic has released the G85, a 4K mirrorless camera especially targeted at videographers.
Furthermore, the company has also released the LX10, a formidable 4K compact camera that is set to challenges Sony’s RX100 IV reign in that market segment.
As you must have realized, Panasonic is now upgrading all of its latest offerings to 4K. Its entire lineup is from its mirrorless flagship to compact cameras are getting the 4K treatment.