GX80/85 of Panasonic was tested by DXOMark in their lab and this small and compact camera secured solid marks in the test.
Talking about the sensor, then this Panasonic product is awesome and probably better than other MFT cameras in this range in terms of image quality and videos too that is 4K. The other best thing about GX80/85 is that at lower price you are getting the best.
Take a look at the specifications of Panasonic GX80/85.
- 16Mp MTF sensor without OLPF
- 5-axis image stabilization
- ISO 200–25,600 (expandable ISO 100–25,600)
- 3-inch tilting / touchscreen LCD
- 8fps continuous shooting
- 7m-dot EVF
- UHD 4K video @ 30/25/24fps
- Built-in wifi
The GX80/85’s compact design and good set of features, including 4K video, make it an attractive option for consumers looking for a convenient and lightweight camera. Its DxOMark sensor scores suggest that it offers very comparable image quality to other Panasonic and Olympus MTF mirrorless options, with very reasonable color and dynamic range at lower sensitivities up to ISO 800. The physically smaller MTF sensor doesn’t fare quite as well at higher sensitivities, however, with visible noise and lower dynamic range and color depth affecting image quality. If you’re after a good low-light shooter, larger mirrorless cameras featuring an APS-C sensor will bolster image quality at higher sensitivities; but for a small, lightweight, and well-priced mirrorless camera with 4K video, the GX80/85 is just the ticket.
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