Kit Room shares VICE’s extensive knowledge of filmmaking through the viewfinder of the LUMIX GH5 – a stills camera with exceptional video capability that not only builds on the heritage of the LUMIX GH4 but blows our expectations out of the water. From its compact size, enabling us to shoot dynamic footage from a moving car, to using an XLR adaptor to record flawless sound, Kit Room explores the GH5 step by step – a camera with outstanding video specification, super-swift capture and incredible colour reproduction, a real all-round performer in a compact, durable body.
4:2:2 10-bit Recording
Colour in digital video is typically expressed by bit depth. The GH5 provides outstanding internal recording at 4:2:2 10-bit, which allows Lumix to push colour tone like never before, delivering richer, smoother colour reproduction and grading.
20.3 megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor (without low-pass filter)
The LUMIX GH5 achieves breakthrough image quality thanks to a new 20.3 megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor. This increases pixel count by 25% compared to the GH4, while its removal of the low-pass filter enables true-to-life detail like never before.
Splash, dust and freeze-proof
When it comes to active outdoor shooting, the GH5 is as great for the Atacama as it is for the Antarctic, with a lightweight, durable magnesium alloy body that is splash resistant, dust resistant and freeze-proof down to -10 degrees.
5-axis Dual I.S.2
With its 5-axis Dual Image Stabiliser, the GH5 makes jitters and jolts a thing of the past, eliminating unwanted movement through intuitive lens and body stabilisation and allowing up to 5-stop slower shutter speeds to be achieved, with no additional shake.
High quality 4K/60p and 4K/50p recording
With its 4K/60p and 4K/50p unlimited-duration video recording, the GH5 achieves the highest video performance in LUMIX history. Its ultra high-definition results are recorded with no cropping, allowing you to use the same focal length for stills and video.