In an effort to simplify its line-up of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, Panasonic recently assigned the “GX” prefix to all its flat-topped models. While it was once possible to decipher the target audience from the prefix itself, we now have to look at how many digits follow the prefix: one is used for the flagship […]
The very first Micro Four Thirds camera to receive a 20MP sensor was the Panasonic Lumix GX8. Announced back in July 2015, we knew it was only a matter of time before Olympus released a 20MP sensor camera of its own. Instead of choosing to debut the new sensor on one of the high-end OM-D cameras, Olympus […]
The Lumix G85 and GX85 are the two most recent interchangeable lens cameras from Panasonic and as you might have already guessed, they have much in common, including a 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor without an anti-aliasing filter, a new shutter mechanism that reduces shutter shock, Depth from Defocus contrast detection autofocus, 5-axis in-body stabilisation with […]
A few years ago, Sony and Panasonic each released a rangefinder-esque mirrorless model that would go on to define their respective paths within the mirrorless sector.
If the Lumix G7 is the mid-range model within Panasonic’s SLR-styled family, the Lumix GX85 (otherwise known as the GX80 or GX7 II depending on where you live) could easily be called its counterpart within the rangefinder line-up. Despite the one-year age gap and the difference in design, they actually have much in common in terms […]