November 6th, 2015
5 months later after a debut of Micro Four Thirds system and its first representative of Lumix G1, the Panasonic company deduces on the market the refreshed version of the device — Lumix GH1. Now the chamber is able to shoot HD video in permission 1920 x 1080 with frequency 24 shots in a second and 1280 x 720 with frequency of 60 shots in a second.
Let’s remind, the main difference of Micro Four Thirds from Four Thirds zerkalok — this lack of a mirror and as a result the smallest dimensions and optics. The matrix in Lumix GH1 is not similar G1, in it already 14 megapixels that allows the chamber to do 12-megapixel pictures in different proportions — 4:3, 3:2, 16:9 and even square 1:1, it is simple задействуя various parts of the detector.
On Lumix GH1 the same 3-inch rotary LCD display with angles of rotation 180 ° across and 270 ° down is established. The chamber distinguishes faces of people in a shot and has the special automatic mode exposing the correct values of all characteristics without the aid of the owner. For fans to simulate analog processing there was a separate Film Mode menu in what it is possible to choose different types of a film.
Technical Lumix GH1 properties:
• Live MOS Four Thirds 4/3 matrix (17,3 x 13 mm), 12,1 Megapixels;
• ISO 100 — 3200;
• electric view-finder, 1 440 000 points, dioptriyny adjustment ?4 … +4, 0,7x increase, 100 % shot covering;
• 26 subject programs;
• comparability to Micro Four Thirds and Four Thirds lenses through a transitional ring;
• breketing of an exposition and balance snow-white;
• fulfilled excerpts of Lumix GH1: 1/4000 — 60 c;
• the user options of sharpness, brightness, contrast, converting in the black-and-white;
• serial shooting: to 7 RAW, JPEG before card filling, 3 shots in a second;
• 2 microprocessors of processing of images of Venus Engine HD;
• 6 modes simulating modes of a colored film, and 3 modes simulating modes of a monochrome film;
• a multiexposition mode to 3 pictures;
• record in the RAW format;
• video filming in HD and Full HD permission in (MPEG-4/H.264) AVCHD format;
• 11 modes of video filming;
• the 3-inch TFT LCD display with permission of 460 000 pixels;
• exits: USB 2.0, Video Out, HDMI;
• dimensions: 124 x 90 x 45 mm, weight: 385 g.
Together with the Lumix GH1 chamber two new lenses were presented: Lumix G Vario HD 14-140mm/F4.0-5.8 ASPH./MEGA O.I.S created for comfortable video filming. and wide-angle Lumix G Vario 7-14mm F4 ASPH. Start date of sales and cost of the camera are not reported.