Major firmware update gives camera Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 new features

The company Panasonic has released a new firmware version for mirrorless cameras Lumix DC-GH5. The update is significant, as evidenced by the awarding of version 2.0.

The manufacturer took just blame users DC-GH5, in particular regarding the operation of the autofocus system, promising over time to improve autofocus performance.

In the published upgrade improved not only the AF (manufacturer emphasizes more confident focusing when shooting video with a frequency of 24 K/s), but also made several other improvements.

So, when shooting 4K video became available a flow rate of 400 Mbps with compression All-I (with 1080p resolution — 200 Mbps). Increased resolution when shooting video with anamorphic lenses and aspect ratio 4:3. Appeared mode Hybrid Log Gamma (the curve of the transmission is optimized for TVs with HDR) and a new mode of stabilization is more effective when shooting handheld. Some improvements relate to the shooting modes with a resolution of 4K and 6K. In addition, the opportunity to remove the camera connected to a PC with macOS or Windows via USB using a free program.



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