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Panasonic introduces digital mirrorless camera Lumix GH5M2 in India

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Panasonic released the Lumix GH5M2 digital mirrorless camera in India on Wednesday. The GH5M2 body costs Rs 1,69,990, while the GH5M2 L-kit costs Rs 2,14,990. 

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released the digital in India on Wednesday. The GH5M2 body costs Rs 1,69,990, while the GH5M2 L-kit costs Rs 2,14,990. The camera is sold at Panasonic brand stores in India.

A 20.3MP Digital Live MOS Sensor with an AR (anti-reflective) coating powers the camera. The image processor has been upgraded from the GH5 to the newest Venus Engine, which offers increased speed and performance.

It includes a three-inch free-angle LCD with a 3:2 aspect ratio and a high resolution of 1,840K dots. It utilises advanced deep learning technology to identify certain subjects, including humans and animals. Along with the eye, face, and body, real-time recognition technology recognises the head individually to give even more exact focusing.

To accomplish stable handheld photography, the Lumix GH5M2's Body I.S. (Image Stabilizer) has been enhanced, allowing for.6.5-stop slower shutter speeds, the manufacturer claims.

The GH5M2 supports wireless live streaming via the Lumix Sync smartphone application. A specific software package, Lumix Webcam Software, is available for download to enable wired live broadcasting.

Bluetooth 4.2 is included, as is Wi-Fi 5GHz (IEEE802.11ac) and 6/2.4GHz (IEEE802.11b/g/n). The majority of the GH5's accessories, including the XLR Microphone Adaptor, the Shutter Remote Control, and the Battery Grip, are also compatible with the GH5M2.

“The LUMIX GH5M2 complements the current workstyle as it is capable of wireless live-streaming using the Lumix Sync application for smartphones. High-quality live-streaming is possible with minimum equipment in either an outdoor or an indoor environment — with just the camera and a smartphone,” stated Hardeep Sarna, Sales and Marketing Head, Imaging Business Group, Panasonic India.

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