I have used both - for short periods of time only - and both are solid cameras.Will I replace my Z6 with either? On the other hand they're more compact and lighter than the G/GH. "We will re-shoot and re-assess this test and the score as soon as we can" - very interesting - when? Do this test for yourself and you will see similar result. When it comes to C-AF it is very good too but with some caveats. Yes but some will still want an affordable camera system and look at this picture and this might be a bit misleading: wow this camera makes nice pictures. "Good for ... Travel " "Not so good for ... Those seeking a light and portable camera"😂. As I've said before, for the mid-range price point, Canon, Fuji, and Sony are delivering high-end internals in low-end bodies. The GH-series has long held … It has excessive purple fringing and to be honest at the image borders left and right it's not that sharp like a real premium lens. make up your mind. It's got some strong competition, however, and it's not the biggest step up from … Make sure you look at 'Comp' mode [top right of the comparison widget] before drawing conclusions. I think the lens catalog has always been one of the main draws to M4/3. The lens range and lens performance is an important factor when choosing a camera, and the Lumix 12-60mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens offers a zoom range and an optical quality that's a step above the average. Exactly! Lenses hold their value while bodies come and go. Using a faster aperture does NOT negate FF or APSC image quality advantages. The studio scene ISO 200 sample was shot in Mechanical shutter and it is also a 10-bit RAW. It feels like Panasonic has ticked every possible box for specifications with this camera, and that it's achieved the same thing with its performance. Where is Olympus and its EM10.3 or EM5.2? In any case, the wording in the review is specifically to call out the subjective experience. So, are you going to blame Amazon & B&H video as well? You can find out more about this camera’s features in our Panasonic G90/G95 news story. Overall, the Panasonic LUMIX G95 … Am I wrong? I mean, who knows what other false measurements there are and how many. An X-T3 with lens costs $600 more than this camera. Nitty-gritty stuff like this is interesting to us technophiles and engineering-types, but I'd hardly call it important. The Panasonic G90 (or G95 for our US readers) - the update to the three-year-old Lumix G80 / G85 - pulls a variety of high-end features from the range's top-spec Lumix G9 at a cut of the price. The A6400 and XT30 to which the reviewers compare the G90 dont have the weather resistance nor an optional vertical grip. The Lumix G90/G95 renders outdoor scenes with vibrant but natural-looking colours, and indoors its auto white balance does a good job of removing much of the yellow cast of artificial lighting. In the meantime I'll put a note in the review. It might 'only' have a 20-megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor, but the Lumix G90 / G95 certainly doesn't lose out as a result. While I also initially suspected it had to do with Hybrid shutter, it's not the issue. Read our full review to find out how it performs. Even at half a second the pictures were surprisingly very useable. No one is going to be impressed by the pixel-level sharpness coming from an A7 III with the 28-70/f3.5-5.6 kit lens, or even an X-T3 with the ($700) 18-55/f2.8-4 kit lens. These firmware updates, which were first announced back in February 2019, allow Nikon D500, D850 and D5 owners to use CFexpress Type B cards in addition to XQD cards in their Nikon DSLR camera systems. In their reviews, you will not see a sentence like "Falls behind its FF peers in high-ISO" in Cons section.But "conveniently" you'll see the same comment under almost every m43 camera review. Well which is it? Stills and 4K video was tack sharp and the colours natural.Under £600 now. I loved the gx85 and gx9 with reasonable sized lenses. It comes with a much sharper, weather resistant and more versatile lens, that would sell for $500 on its own. Simple and misleading camera-only-body reviews are next to useless when catering for the more experienced buyers. I have difficulties with arthritis in my hands. With the Fuji competitor, I would have access to an f/1.2 portrait lens with no IS. Our Verdict The Panasonic Lumix G90 (G95 in the US) is a great stills and video camera for enthusiasts and vloggers. I ♥ Panasonic, but Panasonic really SCREW up G90 introduction. Chris and Jordan from DPReview TV also shot a gallery with the lens, but on Panasonic bodies. It has a larger 24-megapixel APS-C sensor than the Panasonic, but although the Canon shoots 4K video too, it's more restricted, due to a heavy 'crop factor' in 4K mode and 4K autofocus limitations. If you downsample the 50mp 5DsR image down to 20mp and compare it against the same image shot on 6D, there would be a night and day difference (not in 6D's favor). A little bit more exploration in the the technical effectiveness of the IBIS would have been welcome. Have a look at our initial sample gallery taken on a full-frame Sony body. Which one would I choose? Sigma's new primes promise very good performance and light weight, when paired with L-mount and Sony E-mount mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Unlike Panasonic’s rectangular rangefinder-style GX80/GX85 and GX9 models, the G90/G95 is styled more like a compact DSLR, with the electronic viewfinder mounted centrally on the lens’s optical axis on the top of the camera, just like the Lumix G80/G85 before it, and like a smaller version of Panasonic’s range-topping Lumix G9 model. Panasonic puts cheap sensors and processors into expensive bodies. " You can keep blaming DPR and it will NOT do you or Panasonic any good against $899 Fuji XT30 and $899 Sony A6400. It’s has a mid range, mid size DSLR … Can it pull off this tricky feat? How on Earth did this thing score higher in image quality than the RP?Is this a joke? The BLAME is 100% Panasonic. The inclusion of a V-Log mode will attract serious videographers who want the best possible video quality and are prepared to spend some time in post production colour grading to get it. Not sure if this camera is intended for pro users, although it could be used for limited shorter video productions and vlogs. Switching to JPEG: The G95 is not quite as punchy as the Fujifilm X-T30. It's available in Canon EF, Fuji X, Leica M, M42, MFT, Nikon F, Pentax K and Sony E mounts and the first units are expected to ship in January 2021. Yongnuo, makers of lenses, cameras and other photo accessories, has filed a patent for a modular mirrorless camera system. Review: Does the Canon Rebel T8i DSLR make sense in an increasingly mirrorless world? Panasonic G95 Review - G95 Specifications. So it's basically the opposite problem as the Canon. So with this in mind the G90 still is 1100 body only. As we continue to test Nikon's update of its multimedia full-framer, we've added more of our findings so far on image quality, dynamic range and video quality. When coupled with that witchery they they call IBIS, one simply doesn't need to go past ISO 800. You can turn on the Comparison Mode on Conclusion page and compare the ratings of all the aspects of these two cameras separately - quality RAW, quality JPEG (features, etc. Looks like a nice update. The only FF camera to be actually released at an APS-like price point is the Canon RP, with a sensor which in some ways (DR) is no better than its M4/3 or APS-C competitors. Is that true? In this comprehensive Panasonic Lumix DC-G95 review, we will cover the most important aspects of company's newest Compact System Camera, including key features, body and handling, performance and image quality. I'm not so sure about that, DPR seems to be under the impression that Pana will now keep selling the G85 as their more budget option (much like Sony has done with older models for like 5+ years), AND it's actually not as heavily discounted 2+ years after release as the G3/5/6 were at this stage in their product cycle. The Leica Q2 Monochrom is a version of the Gold Award-winning Q2 that only shoots images in black and white. However, there are different price categories, mobility issues and etc, m43 also have their usage as well. This camera would be good for vlogging, light pro use, and personal use for video in Full Frame HD. Panasonic’s G95/G90 is a strong refinement over the capable G85. ), which both scored higher than RP's, somehow.The RP/6D2 sensor might be the worst among FF cameras. Instead of stating "Very good image quality" then in the Cons: "IQ not as good as APSC in high sensitivity."Why? The price for the G90 / G95, however, does seem quite high at over £1,000 / $1199 with a kit lens, especially given that Panasonic has said it will keep the older G80/G85 going at the same time, not to mention the bargain-priced G7 model. But I might consider supersmall MFT with a sharp, fast prime to take that night sky without any traces of night pollution. Thanks for letting us know (please consider PMing if there's anything important like this though: we don't see every comment and forum post). It is not always obvious who the target audience for a particular camera is, but in the case of the G95, Panasonic has been very clear. Panasonic G95 Review 8.5K The Panasonic Lumix G95 is a versatile mirrorless camera which is suitable for all types of photographers and video shooters. Nikon's Z series continues to appeal to all videographers and now no one doubts advantages of Nikon's video (which wasn't the case with Nikon DSLRs). • Best mirrorless camera in 2019 Your math is way off. Makes the comparison a bit harder. More importantl is that fact that the DFD system introduces a visible wobble. The PL10-25/1.7 is so astonishing because it really is like a "bag of primes." The price comparisons with G9 and G80/85 are not significant, as the G80/85 is heavily discounted to clean the shelves, and the G9 discounts may end soon if the G90/95 sells well. Nowhere, they said very good picture quality. It hunts like in the woods lol. @Androole: the XF 18-55 f2.8-4 can be very sharp especially stopped down.. @dpfan32 - the 20mm/1.7 doesn't quite reach the edge quality of the best zooms in the system like the 12-40/f2.8, but stopped down to f/4 it is close (within 10%). However, the camera's video performance is hindered by overheating issues. @Thematic, please point out where they said image quality is very poor. At higher ISOs, noise in Raw images is more noticeable than on cameras with larger sensors, like the Sony a6400. The 12mm f1.4, 25mm f/1.4, 15mm f/1.7 to name a few. Everything a review needs to do is to show us what all the theoretical data means in reality. G95 is also sold as Lumix DMC-G90 … I wonder why the ugly yellow tint in RAW images on the IQ page. For those of us who do research and documentary video as well as stills, the unlimited recording time is crucial. Yes, you do get great separation at f/1.8 on MFT. " Good travel cameras should be small, versatile, and offer good image quality. Autofocus: DFD contrast AF Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, One noticeable design change compared to the previous model is the addition of three new buttons on the top of the camera for adjusting the white balance, ISO setting and exposure compensation – and they have different top surfaces to make them easier to recognise by touch alone. The G7 was available for sale even at the start of the year afai recall, priced in the range between $500 and the G80. AF worse than my FZ-1000 (with fixed on lens, maybe easier for Pana engineers to tune I guess). Perhaps one can dispense with 120p video and save $. I am very pleased with that camera. I hold on to the G80 a while more. We've spent some time shooting with a pre-production Panasonic Lumix DC-G95 (G90) in a variety of situations and we've put together a gallery so you can evaluate its image quality. 88%. But I made a concerted effort to add a lot in with the 12-60 kit lens that you're forced to buy in the USA, to give as realistic a view of out-of-the-box IQ as possible. And now the slightly discounted G9 is barely more than the G95 in my locale, the newer unit didn't make any sense. No. The EOS M50 doesn't have in-body stabilisation, but it is very compact. It is lacklustre. With a 1.8x squeeze, the lens produces a more pronounced anamorphic effect than the 1.33x lenses offered by Sirui, albeit at a much higher cost. These are still Oly's competitors but it will soon change. When I think of taking pictures in low light I either consider the inconveniences of carrying a tripod the whole day and maybe never using it or shooting at higher iso and compromising on iq. EM1.1 had OSPDAF and that sensor was made by Panasonic. These capable cameras should be solid and well-built, have both speed and focus for capturing fast action and offer professional-level image quality. For video this wobbling is far worse since we can see it in the endresult which to any serious videographer we think is unacceptable. Elsewhere, the G90, which has an OLED, rather than LCD rear screen, will be sold body only for £899 or £1079 with the 12-60mm. So actually if you look for a small travel camera.. better get a rugged m43, "Because high sensitivity performance is inherent to the sensor size.