Panasonic Lumix G95 Micro Fourths Camera Launched in India, Features 5-Axis

Panasonic launched a follow-up of its Lumix G85 Micro Fourths camera called the Lumix G95 in April, and now, the company has finally launched it in India. The camera has built-in 5-axis image stabilization, 4K video and a sick design. In India, the camera is available with two kit options. 12-60mm f / 3.5-5.6 Lens Price Rs. 94,990, where a 14-140mm f / 3.5-5.6 lens will cost Rs. 1,09,990. The Lumix G95 is now available in all Panasonic stores across the country.

The Lumix G85 camera boasts a 20.3-megapixel digital live MOS sensor without low-pass filters, for better detailing, and is powered by Panasonic’s Venus engine. The camera also has 5-axis dual IS image stabilization that promises shake compensation up to five stops, including a combination of OIS and in-body stability from the lens. The new model boasts a rough design with a magnesium alloy frame with weather ceilings.

Coming in some highlights, the Lumix G95 has an ISO range of 200-25,600, 49 autofocus points, 9fps burst shooting, and a maximum shutter speed of 1/4000. The camera also has a 3-inch full articulating touchscreen with 1.24K dot resolution and an EVF with 2.36 million dot resolution. It also has advanced shooting modes like IF, 4K video recording up to 30fps and slow motion video at 120fps, 4: 2: 0 8-bit recording with built-in V-Log L shooting option. The Lumix G95 also has 4K photo capture that lets you take 8-megapixel photos with 30fps burst shots. You’ll also get built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 to sync with the smartphone app.

Panasonic India Business Chief Sandeep Sehgal said in a statement, “Scaling to new heights of product innovation, the new Lumix G95 is a significant addition to Panasonic’s DSLM Lumix range for quality photography and videography. “Known for its pro-photo performance with 4K cinematic video, this range provides photography and filmmaking enthusiasts with an unparalleled image quality power experience with a host of innovative technologies and new functions.”

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