Panasonic DMC-GH4 body
Flagship mirrorless camera, successor to the DMC-GH3. Carries a LiveMOS-matrix micro 4/3 format with a resolution of 16 megapixels and a sensitivity range of ISO 200 – 25,600, as well as a high-speed Venus Engine IX processor, which allows you to shoot bursts of photos at a speed of 12 fps in RAW format and even record video in resolutions up to 4K (4096x2160) — for the first time among similar cameras. In appearance, the device is close to the "DSLRs", has two control wheels, a Hot Shoe plug and a viewfinder. The display is made rotary and equipped with a sensor. Like many models of its class, the device is equipped with a Wi-Fi module. It is also worth noting the waterproof case.
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At the dawn of its introduction, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 became the first serious mirrorless camera fully adapted to video shooting. And so he remains.
The Micro 4/3 format camera is a serious competitor to the Sony Alpha A7S full-frame mirrorless camera. Yes, its ISO range (ISO 100-25600) isn't as phenomenal as a Sony camera, but it's strong in other ways. Firstly, in focus — autofocus, made using Depth from Defocus technology, catches the subject in 0.07 s. Secondly, in the in-camera recording of 4K video, videos are written directly to a flash drive with a bit rate of up to 100 Mbps.
Let's connect everything
A wide variety of accessories can be connected to the camera. The coolest of them will cost more than the camera itself. For example, an interface box that can further expand the cinematic capabilities of a mirrorless camera. Through it, you can connect additional power, audio devices, output a signal to an external recorder, etc.
In essence, the camera is a professional tool for recording video, while maintaining good photo features. It is chosen by true professionals in their field.
Useful hack. If the camera does not have a built-in matrix image stabilization system, take a closer look at stabilized optics. Lenses with stabilizers allow you to provide a smooth picture when shooting video, and also reduce the likelihood of image blur when shooting handheld at critical shutter speeds.