Mirrorless Lessons: Panasonic GH5 Full Review

Mirrorless Lessons released their excellent review of the Panasonic GH5 and it’s surprisingly different than the rest because it focuses on the cameras photo ability over video ability. The Panasonic GH series has always been well rounded, but ML call the GH5 one of the most well-rounded cameras they have ever reviewed.

Table of Contents:
– 1:16 – What I like the most: design and functionality
– 4:42 – What I like: autofocus and speed (8:21 – AF for video)
– 11:16 – What I like: 6K Photo and other features
– 14:29 – Good improvement: image quality
– 16:28 – Good but not the best: image stabilization
– 19:43 – Why the GH5 stands out: video capabilities
– 25:07 – Conclusion

If I were going to buy a flagship m43 camera today it would be a Panasonic GH5, but the Olympus OM-D wouldn’t be far behind. Especially if they dropped the price to bring it more in line with cameras like the Fujifilm X-T2 or even Nikon D500.

Panasonic GH5: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Panasonic GH5 Film Maker Kit: B&H Photo


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