Panasonic Introduces LUMIX G9II – Micro Four Thirds LUMIX G Series featuring PDAF technology

by | Sep 13, 2023 | News | 0 comments

Panasonic has introduced the LUMIX G9II – the first camera in the Micro Four Thirds LUMIX G Series to feature PDAF technology. Phase Detection Autofocus paired with new AI-powered recognition technology improves autofocus accuracy, dependability, and speed. The G9II also features a brand new 25.2MP sensor and a new processor with twice the power for high-speed production of high-resolution images.  Designed to support photographers in all fields, this camera is compatible with lightweight LUMIX G Micro Four Thirds lenses for flexibility. Other highlights from the G9II’s improved imaging system:

  • Up to three seconds of continuous burst shooting at 60 fps in AFC mode, 75 fps in AFS mode when using the electronic shutter, and up to 1.5s of pre-burst recording
  • Autofocus now features 779 focus points for improved tracking ability and performance in difficult lighting situations
  • Robust image stabilization system with 8-stop Body Image Stabilizer, 7.5-stop 5-axis Dual I.S. with perspective distortion correction for video, and high mode for advanced Active I.S.
  • REALTIME LUT function enables personalized color palettes in addition to new preset modes such as LEICA Monochrome

Additional video focused features include:

  • 10-bit 4:2:0 bit depth at 5.8K (4:3) full sensor or 5.7K (17:9) recording at up to 60 fps for flexible framing options with different social media formats
  • Capable of up to 4K 120p for slow-motion video
  • Supports V-Log, a flat, neutral gamma curve and stated equivalent of 13+ stops of dynamic range
  • Supports ProRes 422 codec
  • Recording and playback are supported using an external SSD via USB
  • Up to four audio inputs when using optional XLR Microphone Adapter

MSRP for the camera body is $1,899.99 US.  For more info, visit :

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