- Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 10.7 x 6.5 cm ; 363 g
- Shipping Weight: 771 g
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: DC-GX850KK
- ASIN: B01N6KNQV1
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Jan. 12 2017
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Panasonic DC-GX850KK LUMIX 4K Mirrorless Ilc Camera, 12-32mm Mega O.I.S. Lens Kit, 16 MP with 3" LCD, Black
|Price:||CDN$ 649.00 FREE SHIPPING.|
- Light weight and compact Mirrorless interchangeable Lens camera body.
- Lumix g Vario 12-32mm F3.5-5.6 with Mega o.I.S. Stabilization Kit Lens.
- 16MP Four Thirds sensor.
- 22 creative filter effects.
- 180 Degree Flip up touch controlled LCD with self face and buddy hands free auto shutter.
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The Panasonic LUMIX GX850 is the ultimate high-performance compact mirrorless camera for selfie-takers, offering great image quality for those who want to capture unmissable moments and amazing scenery. The GX850 offers a flip-up rear monitor and a host of options, such as 4K PHOTO and 4K Video all in a sleek, stylish compact body. Features include: 16.0-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor; new Venus Engine; 3-inch tiltable touch screen; Self Shot mode; Beauty Retouch function; Background Control mode; ISO 25,600; 4K video; 4K PHOTO; Focus Stacking; Post Focus; Wi-Fi connectivity; plus much more! This outfit includes the Lumix G Vario 12-32mm f/3.5-5.6 ASPH. Lens with a versatile focal range of 12-32mm (equivalent to 24-64mm on a 35mm camera). Starting from 24mm wide angle, this lens is suitable for capturing a variety of scenes from dynamic landscapes to casual snapshots.
From the manufacturer
Get the perfect selfie in stunning 4K photo quality with a 180-degree tiltable screen and advanced selfie functions, like Beauty Retouch and Panorama Selfie.
Great Results in Low Light
With 16-megapixels and low light autofocus, capture every adventure in stunning detail.
Form and Function
Perfectly formed and ideal for travel and blogging. With a tiltable screen and pop out flash, the LUMIX GX850 expands creative possibilities.
4K Photo 30fps Bursts
Capture life in stunning 4K photo. Choose the perfect moment with 4K photo and save it as a high-resolution image.
Reliable Travel Companion
With a high degree of reliability, the LUMIX GX850 is an ideal compact travel companion that travels lightweight.
Take Photos—Focus Later
Equipped with a touch screen, simply touch the area who want to be in focus. Or with Post Focus mode, change the focus point even after the shot is taken.
Wi-Fi Social Sharing
With Wi-Fi connectivity and direct social media access, you can put your next post online with ease and inspire your followers.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Unfortunately, there are a couple of gotchas.
Number one, and the reason why I'm returning it, is that it exhibits what I believe is shutter shock with the Panasonic 45-150 lens, which is what I was intending to use it with. Pictures randomly have strange image tearing at the very bottom of the screen, along with a ghost image that is invisible on the camera lcd but becomes obvious once you look at the picture on a computer. That did not happen with the kit lens, but I also wanted to use the body with a longer zoom lens as well, so that pretty much sank the ship right there. If I wanted a short zoom length only, I would have bought a fixed zoom premium compact.
Number two, it has some odd behaviors, such as not allowing flash and limiting the maximum shutter speed in when in monochrome mode. When in iA mode, the flash functions again and the maximum shutter open time is extended. Why? It stands to reason that someone might want to take a monochrome flash picture, OR put he camera on a steady surface and have a longer exposure than 1 second in B&W. I don't understand these strange interrelationships between modes and functionalities. While Panasonic isn't the only camera manufacturer who does that, I do think that disabling the flash should be reserved for "silent" mode or deliberate deactivation, not enforced by default when one uses a different mode.
It will be interesting to see what other reviewers have to say about the camera. I very much wanted to love it - it is brilliantly designed from a physical interface standard, and very attractive, and takes good pictures with the bundled kit lens. Unfortunately the images with the zoom lens were totally unpredictable - great one moment, blurry the next, even at a higher electronic shutter speed and with IS on. Kind of defeats the purpose of having an ILC in the first place.
It's a 4/3 camera with full functionality and compatibility with 4/3 lenses. Takes crisp, sharp images. It's fast and easy to use. Battery life is good. Extra batteries are cheap. The touch screen is responsive and bright, I can't believe much more expensive cameras don't include screens this nice.
In video mode, you can't set shutter speed, even with manual settings. You can set it BUT when you go to record it instantly reverts to an automatic mode. You can manually set ISO and aperture, just not shutter speed.
No audio input is a real bummer, I would've liked to use an external mic.
Camera is light, mostly plastic. The build quality is good, but it's not professional grade.
Camera uses a micro SD card, they are a little easier to lose and generally more expensive.
No in body stabilization...too bad, but at the price I can't complain. This can be mostly overcome by purchasing lenses with OIS.