パナソニック「LUMIX DC-GH5M2」のスペックは有効画素数2033万画素、4K60p動画、368万ドット120fps対応EVF、DMW-BLK22バッテリー、サイズ138.5x 98.1×87.4mm、重さ647g(本体のみ)、米国価格1697ドル(12-60mmキットは2297ドル)になるらしい。#噂
— 軒下デジカメ情報局 (@nokishita_c) May 10, 2021
Controversy is brewing!
Ever since 2017 an army of Panasonic GH5 fans and Micro Four Thirds users have been waiting for the GH6. They did not all go out and suddenly change to a $4000 Panasonic S1H. Our feedback has been continually piped to Panasonic HQ in Japan about needing a professional editing codec like ProRes, phase-detect AF, 6K, 8K or preferably 4K/120p would be a reasonable expectation versus the Sony A7S III and even an internal RAW codec like Canon now has on the EOS R5. Alas our dreams are probably ended by the fact our dream GH6 camera would have to cost $3000 with all that, minimum – and in the current market who is going to buy a 2x crop sensor camera for that much? Alas the never inaccurate Nokishita has leaked specs which suggest an almost identical camera will be re-released instead, with the same 20 megapixel sensor as 4 years ago. This strongly suggests there will be no GH6 for eager Micro Four Thirds punters to look forward to.
What’s going on? EOSHD takes a closer look.