Classic styling meets cutting-edge technology with the Panasonic Lumix range. The line-up has the ideal camera to suit your needs — whether you’re looking for a compact camera for travelling or a mirrorless model that lets you take photos like a pro
With 20.3MP still-image, backed up by 4K video, capability, the Panasonic Lumix GH5 is ideal for photographers whose interests enter the realm of moving-image work. The GH5 features the latest iteration of Panasonic’s Depth From Defocus AF system, which speeds up focusing by using pairs of images and an understanding of a lens’s out-of-focus rendering to create a depth map of the scene. With a solid weather-sealed magnesium alloy body and dual UHS-II SD slots, it’s built to meet the needs of travel and adventure ’graphers. With full weather sealing and a compact and mobile design, the Panasonic Lumix G85 is one to take with you on any adventure. The G85 is a video and photo all-rounder, boasting a 16MP sensor, with no low-pass filter, so that you can capture sharp, detailed imagery, wherever your journeys take you. The camera combines five-axis dual image stabilization for powerful handshake correction, compensating shots up to five f-stops, and 4K video capabilities to ensure you’re taking striking moving images — not blurry ones. The Panasonic GX85 is small and compact, but packed with powerful features — it’s the street photographer’s companion. At its core is a 16MP five-axis stabilized Four Thirds sensor, with dual image stabilization technology. Pair that with its continuous shooting capabilities — up to 10fps with single-shot AF — as well as up to 40fps when using an electronic shutter function — and there are no excuses for losing track of your subject. Boasting a compact build and intuitive layout, with a 2.7MP electronic viewfinder and a tilting three-inch touch LCD, the camera allows new shooting angles, offering added flexibility. The TZ series has always stood for ‘Travel Zoom’, and the TZ110 brings the series up-to-date with a larger, one-inch MOS sensor, and a powerful 10x zoom lens. The camera’s Leica DC Vario-Elmarit lens has a maximum aperture range of f/2.8–5.9, and, with an equivalent 25–250mm focal length, it offers a highly versatile range. Thanks to its built-in electronic viewfinder, and a touchscreen LCD, framing and control are easy. Small in size but by no means small on features, the Panasonic Lumix LX10 is a 20MP large- sensor compact, with a bright, 24–72mm equivalent, zoom lens. The nifty little number boasts Panasonic’s suite of 4K features for video and still capture, a built-in aperture control ring, and pop-up flash. The approach is a little different with this camera, as the LX10 doesn’t have a viewfinder. Instead, it offers a touchscreen interface and a 180-degree flip-up LCD, ensuring you’re ready for any shooting scenario. While it offers several high-performing features for still photography, the Panasonic Lumix FZ2500’s video capability really packs a punch — making it the ideal hybrid camera choice for amateur filmmakers and photography enthusiasts alike. The camera boasts a large 1-inch 20.1-megapixel sensor and bright 20x zoom f/2.8-4.5 lens, offering ultra-high speed Depth from Defocus focusing, and macro photography that gets as close to its subject as 3cm. Powered by Panasonic’s proprietary Venus engine, the camera shoots UHD 4K, and can output 10bit video via its HDMI port.
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Excellent performance throughout the zoom range
PANASONIC LUMIX LX10
Small in size, but by no means short on features
PANASONIC LUMIX GH5
A new flagship
PANASONIC LUMIX G85
PANASONIC LUMIX TZ110
PANASONIC LUMIX GX85
Packed with powerful features