In The Box
Panasonic Li-ion Battery Pack
Panasonic Battery Charger
Panasonic Body Cap
Panasonic USB Connection Cable
Panasonic Shoulder Strap
8GB Memory Card
Building on the success of the award winning Lumix G3, the Panasonic Lumix G5K pushes portability and performance even further. Ideal for the photographer wanting more creative potential or a companion on the road when a DSLR is just too cumbersome - the G5K is an exceptional blend of imaging power and versatility, that still a breeze to use. Rugged, lightweight construction will keep it in one piece no matter where your travels take you, while interchangeable lenses mean you always equipped to take the shots you want. Highlights: Pansonic powerful 16.05 megapixel live MOS sensor uses pixel mix technology to suppress noise for crisp, beautiful shots. Coupled with the cutting-edge Venus engine and advanced signal processing, you?l enjoy sharper results time and again. Light speed autofocus enables quick focusing on fast moving action. Great for capturing sporting action, you guaranteed more accuracy - even at lower f settings. When one picture isn enough, six-frame-per-second burst shooting will tell the whole story. The included 14-42mm lens is a flexible starting point for any photographer. Capable of a handy 3x optical zoom to get you closer to the action, it can still pull off detailed macro shot, detailed landscapes and intimate portraits. Record 1080p Full HD in the popular AVCHD and MP4 formats at the touch of a button. The stereo microphone is equipped with Dolby Digital Stereo Creator to record more lifelike audio. Home videos are guaranteed to be rock-solid with full time autofocus and one touch tracking autofocus. Intelligent design touches. Eye sensor autofocus begins focusing when you put your eye to the electronic viewfinder for razor-sharp spur of the moment shots. The function lever and rear dial add a new dimension to setups and make adjustment simple. The large, bright 3-inch touchscreen allows for quick reviews of snaps and footage, easy setups and area sensitive autofocus. It even flips out and articulates so you can get into just the right position for those difficult pictures. Pansonic creative control is back and better than ever. Now with 14 filter options, including the ability the adjust them to suit your style, you can add your own unique slant to any picture. Scene Guide will get beginners right up to speed on the possibilities of an interchangeable lens camera with 23 professional sample pictures to take your cue from.
Easy Setup 23 Scene Selector Guide
14 Automatic Creative Filter Effects
Interchangeable lens options
Full HD 1080/60p
Reviews & Awards
One of the newest compact system cameras (DSLM) cameras from Panasonic, the LUMIX G5 features a newly integrated 16.05-megapixel Live MOS sensor and redesigned Venus Engine to render clear, crisp images in both photo and video recording. Featuring a compact, light-weight body with built-in flash, the LUMIX G5 boasts ultra-high mobility while offering users a powerful camera performance which achieves spectacular image quality, realizing true-to-life photo details through excellent resolution, image rendering and color production.
16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor
Portrays Detailed, Lifelike Images
The 16.05-megapixel Live MOS Sensor features Panasonic’s original pixel mix technology. The current process is designed exclusively for the digital Live MOS sensor to minimize the noise generation. The fine wiring around the photodiode realizes high aperture ratio, which results in high resolution and excellent S/N ratio while high performance transistor encourages high speed signal processing.
Greater Beauty, Higher Speed, and less Power Consumption
The Venus Engine for DMC-G5 features exceptionally advanced signal processing capabilities to render clear, crisp images in both photo and video recording. Also, the 4 CPUs excels in processing large amount of digital signals at high speed for these advanced noise reduction system, 1,920 x 1,080 full HD progressive video recording and high speed burst shooting.
HDR (High Dynamic Range)
Rich Gradation and wide Contrast Range
Several still images consecutively shot at different exposure levels are overlaid to produce a single composite picture without whiteout (over-exposure) or blackout (under-exposure).