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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY MILC Body 20.3MP Live MOS 5184 x 3888pixels Black digital MILC

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Long product name Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY MILC Body 20.3MP Live MOS 5184 x 3888pixels Black digital MILC :
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LUMIX GX8 4K Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera Body Only, Black
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Short summary description Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY MILC Body 20.3MP Live MOS 5184 x 3888pixels Black digital MILC:
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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY, 20.3 MP, 5184 x 3888 pixels, Live MOS, 4K Ultra HD, Touchscreen, Black
Long summary description Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY MILC Body 20.3MP Live MOS 5184 x 3888pixels Black digital MILC :

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY. Camera type: MILC Body, Megapixel: 20.3 MP, Sensor type: Live MOS, Maximum image resolution: 5184 x 3888 pixels. ISO sensitivity (max): 25600. Fastest camera shutter speed: 1/8000 s. Wi-Fi. HD type: 4K Ultra HD, Maximum video resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels. Display diagonal: 7.62 cm (3"), Touchscreen. Viewfinder type: Electronic. PictBridge. Weight: 435 g. Colour of product: Black

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Reviews
Updated:
2016-10-27
Testseek has collected 86 expert reviews for Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8KBODY 20.3百萬像素 Live MOS 5184 x 3888像素 黑色 digital MILC and the average expert rating is 85 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
85%
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digitalversus.com
Updated:
2016-10-27
As much as we were impressed by the design of the Lumix GX7, we're a little more unconvinced by the GX8. We understand that you need to make room for mechanical stabilization inside the camera body, and the 2,360,000-dot OLED viewfinder is pretty large to...
Good Build quality, Tropicalized body, Image quality up to ISO 6400, Dual 6axis stabilization (with compatible lenses), 4K video, Pivotable multitouch screen, Large OLED viewfinder—highres and adjustable, Excellent responsiveness, 1/16000 s electronic shutter...
Bad No headphone input, No builtin flash, Memory card slot isn't on the side, Proprietary USB port, No USB charging, 1235mm f/2.8 ASPH lens lacks uniformity...
Bottom line If you're looking for an interchangeable-lens camera that'll be great for excursions, travel and photojournalism; that'll work quickly and well; that's lightweight, water- and dust-resistant and with customizable controls; if you're looking for responsive...
100%
amateurphotographer.co.uk
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2016-10-27
Panasonic was the first company to produce a compact system camera in the shape of the Lumix DMC-G1, back in 2008, and since then it has built up an impressive range of Micro Four Thirds cameras and lenses. Indeed, it has gone further than any other camer...
Good Impressive feature set, Effective in-body image stabilisation, Excellent viewfinder and screen, Great image quality in raw...
Bad Relatively bulky, Connectors block articulated screen, Uninspiring JPEG colour output, Pedestrian styling...
Bottom line It may not have the retro styling and overall charisma of its most direct competitor, the Olympus OM-D E-M5 II, and on first impressions you could be forgiven for thinking that it is oversized for its sensor, but once you get past this theres a lot to li...
100%
reviewed.com
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2016-10-27
It seems hard to believe now, but a few years ago the very concept of a pro-quality mirrorless camera didn't exist. Then the Olympus OM-D E-M1 , Panasonic GH4 , Fujifilm X-T1 , and Sony A7 all happened. Lost in the shuffle among these fantastic flagships...
Bottom line Panasonic has a winner on its hands As good as the GX8, it's hard to overlook its $1,200 body-only price tag. That kind of price invites some serious competition, including entry-level full-frame DSLRs from Canon and Nikon and a slightly aging class o...
92%
techguide.com.au
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2016-10-27
What could be better than one Lumix camera to test? A second one – to make comparisons, and having the DMC-G7 and DMC-GX8 go head to head revealed something interesting, though not entirely surprising: a $500 difference between price tags counts for a lot...
90%
ephotozine.com
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2016-10-27
The Panasonic Lumix GX8 is the first dual Image Stabilisation CSC camera from Panasonic and features a new 20.3 megapixel Micro Four Thirds sensor with sensor-shift image stabilisation. The sensor shift is designed to work in combination with optical...
Good Highest resolution Micro Four Thirds camera available, Improved image stabilisation system, Extremely large electronic viewfinder (EVF), Extremely fast focus, Weathersealed body, Variangle touchscreen, 4K video / photo modes, Improved noise performance, W...
Bad Noticeably larger than competitors, and previous version, Loud shutter (compared to Olympus M43 cameras), Fn (function) buttons are unlabelled, Sensor shift image stabilisation isn't available in video mode...
Bottom line The Panasonic Lumix GX8 improves on the GX7 noticeably, with the inclusion of 4K video recording and 4K photo features, as well as a larger electronic viewfinder, improved vari-angle touch-screen, plus more. The GX8 features weather-sealing which makes...
90%
pocket-lint.com
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2016-10-27
It's been almost exactly two years since we last saw a GX-series model – the viewfinder-laden "flat" compact system camera series – in 2013's excellent Lumix GX7 . But with the new GX8, we see the shifting focus of Panasonic as a camera company: to aim at...
Good Exceptional viewfinder scale and resolution, new variangle touchscreen, sturdy and waterresistant build, fast autofocus system, physical controls, 4K options, silent operation option...
Bad No drive mode dial, larger and more expensive than GX7, accidental focus point adjustment via touchscreen, battery life limitations, continuous AF not faultless...
Bottom line What many will want to know is whether the Lumix GX8 is worth its four-figure asking price. Its on-board viewfinder is a competition killer so, with that in mind, the answer is a resounding yes. However, its arrival later down the line than the lar...
90%
photoreview.com.au
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2016-10-27
The move up to 20-megapixel resolution is not without issues and you'll need something better than the kit lenses to get the most from this camera. Fortunately, both Panasonic and Olympus have some suitable, high-performing lenses to choose from, both zoo...
Bottom line Although not as small or elegant as the Olympus OM-D cameras,the GX8 will appeal to photographers looking for a solidly constructed weatherproof CSC with a generous grip and plenty of user-adjustable controls. The 4K shooting modes are likely to be appeal...
88%
practicalphotography.com
Updated:
2016-10-27
As featured in the November 2015 issue of Digital Photo magazine...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2016-10-27
Our scepticism quickly mellowed once we got hold of the GX8. This is a camera that's easy to love, with a stylish design and rugged build quality that's a step up from anything we've seen from the Lumix G range before. Keen photographers will appreciate t...
Bottom line Luxurious and feature-packed, but the Panasonic GX8 has some stiff competition at this price...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
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2016-10-27
There is a wide body, extra controls, and a hinged viewfinder that can be directed upwards. All of these features immediately point to the fact that the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 is for experienced hands, rather than users only now getting their feet wet in...
Good Good manual control, Hinged EVF and LCD, Fast performance...
Bad Image quality not as crisp as we expected, Focus and clarity were inconsistent in our tests, Focus peaking feature too subtle...
60%
ephotozine.com
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2016-10-27
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 was first announced back at the start of July and it's Panasonic's first dual Image Stabilisation CSC camera that also has a 20.3-megapixel sensor and 4K capability. Recently, ePHOTOzine awarded the new MFT camera a Highly Reco...
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dpexpert.com.au
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2016-10-27
The GX8 with a 20mp light receptor is the first micro four thirds camera to break the 16mp sensor barrier. Dual image stabilisation, in the lens and in the body, along with 4K video capture are standout features of the camera. The tilting 2.36m dot OLED v...
Good JPEG mage quality is good with wide dynamic range, preserving good detail in both highlights and shadows. Compared with a 16mp micro four thirds camera the 20mp sensor on the GX8 delivers larger images, better resolved detail and, most pleasing, less imag...
Bad The memory card goes in the battery compartment – bad. And the camera is supplied with the Silkypix RAW converter but Adobe Camera RAW now supports the GX8...
Bottom line Panasonic is raising the bar for the micro four thirds format, which means that both Panasonic and Olympus will be upgrading their cameras over the next few months. The price puts the GX8 in the middle of the Olympus OMD E-M1, Fujifilm X-T1 and Sony a7II...
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techradar.com
Updated:
2016-10-27
With G, GM, GF, GH and GX lines, Panasonic's G series of compact system cameras can get a little confusing. The GX models have a flatter, more rectangular shape than the SLR-like G and GH ranges, and they're more advanced than the GF and GM cameras. The l...
Good New 20Mp sensor promises greater detail resolution, Magnesium alloy, dust, and splash, proof build, Excellent viewfinder...
Bad No drive mode dial, Larger than GX7, Four Thirds type sensor is smaller than APS, C format competition...
Bottom line The 20Mp GX8 has a tasty specification and feels good in the hand. Early indications are that it also delivers detail-rich images, and the 4K Photo mode delivers high-quality 8Mp results...
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techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2016-10-27
With G, GM, GF, GH and GX lines, Panasonic's G series of compact system cameras can get a little confusing. The GX models have a flatter, more rectangular shape than the SLR-like G and GH ranges, and they're more advanced than the GF and GM cameras. The l...
Good New 20Mp sensor promises greater detail resolution, Magnesium alloy, dustand splashproof build, Excellent viewfinder...
Bad No drive mode dial, Larger than GX7, Four Thirds type sensor is smaller than APSC format competition...
Bottom line The 20Mp GX8 has a tasty specification and feels good in the hand. Early indications are that it also delivers detail-rich images, and the 4K Photo mode delivers high-quality 8Mp results...
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trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2016-10-27
First Impressions – Panasonic gives its flagship camera a serious makeover Camera updates are often an exercise in spot the difference, but not so with the GX8. It's superficially similar to the GX7 it replaces, but it's really a comprehensive reworking i...
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ephotozine.com
Updated:
2016-10-27
David Thorpe compares the Olympus PEN-F and Panasonic Lumix GX8, in his video review. Both Micro Four Thirds cameras offer a 20-megapixel sensor, tilting vari-angle screen, and rangefinder styling with an electronic viewfinder. He compares the focus speed...
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