The much-anticipated Panasonic GH6 has been expected for over a year, but now fresh rumors have suggested that we could see the hybrid camera arrive soon – and on a landmark anniversary for Lumix cameras.
According to a 43Rumors source, Panasonic “will make a major MFT [Micro Four Thirds] announcement as a general tribute to this year”, or more specifically the “Lumix 20th anniversary”.
As for what we’ll see, the site thinks the most likely candidate is the Panasonic GH6, which is expected to be the follow-up to the Panasonic GH5, a small hybrid camera that became very popular with run-and-gun filmmakers.
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