Specifications of the Panasonic Full Frame Cameras

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Here are the latest specifications of the upcoming Panasonic full frame cameras. According to recent reports there will be two models on the horizon. One of them will be a high-end and resolution and the other would be an entry-level product.

Both cameras will feature in-body image stabilization (IBIS), 4K 60p video recordingdual card slots and the sensors manufactured by Panasonic.

The Panasonic full frame camera release date is scheduled for March 2019. Sigma is also going to make L-mount lenses, adapters and even an L-mount camera. Official announcement will be on September 25 ahead of Photokina 2018.  Along with the Panasonic full frame cameras, three new full frame mirrorless L-mount lenses will also be announced.

Panasonic Full Frame Cameras Specifications : Pixel Shift with 150 megapixel images

  • One is 20MP entry-level full frame mirrorless camera with IBIS, 4K@60p, SL-mount
  • The other one is 50+ MP Pro-level full frame mirrorless camera with IBIS, 4K@60p, SL-mount
  • Three new Panasonic SL-mount lenses
    • New 24-70mm SL-mount Lens
    • New 70-200mm SL-mount Lens
    • New 50mm Fast Prime SL-mount Lens

If the entry level Panasonic FF provides most of the video features of GH5 and offers price tag around $2,000, it could be a killer product in the market. Here are the details.

High-End Panasonic Full Frame Camera Specs
  • Close to 50 Megapixels
  • L-mount
  • Panasonic designed and manufactured sensor
  • 4k at 60p video recording
  • IBIS
  • 150 Megapixel stills in Pixel Shift mode
  • Dual card slots (one card should be SD)
  • Price below the Sony A9 (around $4,000)

Entr-Level Panasonic Full Frame Camera

  • 20+ megapixels
  • L-mount
  • Panasonic designed and manufactured sensor
  • 4k60p
  • IBIS
  • Dual card slot (one card should be SD)

(dailycameranews.com, https://bit.ly/2Dsz6Oi)

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