Panasonic GH5 is exactly magic for the professional photographers, especially for the videographers. Its ability to capture 4k @60fps is purely amazing. In our website we have written everything pros and cons of this professional GH5 camera, now take a look at its result when tested by DXOMARK.
The sensor of GH5 was tested at DXO lab where they said “Best performer in the Panasonic lineup”. Earlier, it was rumor that GH5 is mostly a video camera, but DXO says plenty to like about the camera for stills use also.
Moreover, the GH5 has slightly improved dynamic range and color sensitivity.
Give a quick look to the specifications of Panasonic GH5:
- 20.3-MP L MOS sensor
- Venus Engine image processor
- 3.68M-dot EVF
- 3.2 in 1.62M-dot articulating touchscreen LCD
- 4K 10-bit video (no crop) at 24/30/50/59.94p
- 5-axis image stabilization; Dual I.S 2
- ISO 25600 (with expansion)
- 12 fps continuous shooting (9 fps in continuous AF).
- Dual UHS-II SD card slots
Like its predecessor the GH4, there’s no doubt the Panasonic GH5 is oriented toward videographers, but there’s still plenty to like about the camera for stills use. In spite of the increase in pixel count to 20-MPix, noise remains at the same level as the earlier 16-Mpix GH4. Even when compared to the maker’s GX8 that uses a similar 20-MPix sensor, the GH5 has slightly improved dynamic range and color sensitivity.