Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017is this camera better than A6500???in fact no, as a professional on photography market, I can tellyou a6500 gives problems at the moment of converting or editing photos.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017is this camera better than A6500???Ok so:
a6500: bigger sensor, smaller, rotatable screen, faster focus?, $1400 body, lighter.
gh5: better for video, flipping screen, dual sd, $2000 body, more lenses available, bigger evf, headset jack, slightly bigger screen, more pixels, better battery life, wider shutter.
Probably more (just comparing specs).
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017sounds like a reaal good cameraOr real good video camera, it has no 29:59 length restriction on video recording. The GH4 was very popular for youtubers and other videographers, the GH5 is directed very much towards that crowd.
However this article is wrong, the 10 bit 4:2:2 is restricted to 24, 25 and 30fps. The announced firmware update in April promises to extend that to full hd mode as well but no mention about 4k, 50 and 60 fps 4k video remains limited to 8bit 4:2:0. Not much of a limitation in my book but i guess the spec readers who dominates these comment threads care a lot.
rrhyme, 05 Jan 2017You're in the wrong floor sir.. XDWrong floor indeed hahaha..
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2017Scuse me, but can someone point me the right way to 'GSM'arena?You're in the wrong floor sir.. XD
But theres bad news also, while GH4 was a really great camera for the private consumer enthusiast who wanted a compact system camera thats easy to bring and ready to use in any condition, the GH5 steps more towards professionals who think its ok to bring along big bags with accessories, thats why the GH5 lacks the built in "emergency" flash.
I dont use flash, and i dont have a flash for my dslr, but the little built in one works very well in a pinch, instead of removing it panasonic could have stolen some ideas from nikon on "how to make the popup flash take useable pics".