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Panasonic DMC-G80MEB-K Compact System Camera - Black
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- 5-Axis Dual I.S. 2 Image Stabilization
- Splash / Dustproof Magnesium Alloy Front Frame
- 4K PHOTO 4K Video, Post Focus, Focus Stacking
- Lumix G Lenses - Micro Four Thirds 12-60mm Standard Zoom Lens / 24-120mm (35mm camera equiv.)
- Hot Shoe Cover, Body Cap, Battery Pack, Battery Charger, AC Cable, USB Connection Cable, Shoulder Strap, Lens Hood, Lens Cap, Lens Rear Cap
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|Battery Cell Composition||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion||Lithium Ion|
|Display Size||—||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3.2 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16 megapixels||16 megapixels||—||16.05 megapixels||20.3 megapixels||16.1|
|Has Image Stabilization||—||Yes||Yes||No||—||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||12.9 x 7.4 x 8.9 cm||12.49 x 7.74 x 8.62 cm||13.32 x 6.31 x 7.79 cm||13.29 x 8.39 x 9.34 cm||13.8 x 8.2 x 9.8 cm||9 x 13 x 5 cm|
|Item Weight||0.72 kg||360 grams||435 grams||480 grams||1.05 kg||0.5 kg|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||2 Watt Hours||2 Watt Hours||50 Watt Hours||2 Watt Hours||2 Watt Hours||16 Watt Hours|
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|Max Focal Length||—||42 mm||42 mm||—||60||80 mm|
|Min Focal Length||—||14 mm||14 mm||—||12||24 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16.84 megapixels||16 megapixels||20.3 megapixels||16.05 megapixels||21.77 megapixels||17.2 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||—||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card|
Style Name: 12-60 mm Lens
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Panasonic DMC-G80M - Lumix G Compact System Cameras - Wherever your adventure takes you, the G80 packs state-of-the-art 4K Photo capabilities and the latest Dual Image Stabilisation technology into a weather-sealed body and kit lens for maximum flexibility
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Capture ‘Unmissable Moments’ on Your Adventures
Capture ‘Unmissable Moments’ on Your Adventures
When going on life’s adventures, the G80 is the perfect camera that can keep up. Travel and Culture photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich chose the G80 on his recent Romanian Trip. Perfect for outdoor shooting, the 4K functionality allows you to capture adventure on the move. The Dual Image Stabiliser helps you take crisper, clearer images in difficult or fast-moving environments, while the weather-sealed compact body and kit lens allows for huge flexibility wherever your trip takes you.
Never Miss The Perfect Shot
Never Miss The Perfect Shot
The 4K Photo feature on the G80 allows you to capture the perfect moment by selecting a frame from a video sequence (shot at 30 fps) in camera and saving it as an individual high resolution image. Simply shoot, select and save to make those unmissable moments from your adventures come to life.
No More Blurry Images
No More Blurry Images
The Lumix G80 integrates 5-Axis DUAL I.S.2 (Image Stabiliser), which combines body and lens stabilisation to gain more powerful handshaking correction and compensates your shots up to 5 F Stops. The 5-Axis stabilisation works in both in wide and telephoto photography and motion picture recording including 4K video.
Shoot Now, Focus Later
Shoot Now, Focus Later
Enjoy the creative freedom of being able to decide what you want in focus. Post Focus gives you the power to review the image and touch the area you’d like to be pin-sharp, even after you’ve taken the photo. Also, the new Focus Stacking feature allows you to easily select several focus points in the same image. It’s simply stunning and all inside the Lumix G80.
The Lumix G80’s 16-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor with low pass filter helps you capture sharper images with more detail, wherever your adventure takes you.
Your adventures have never looked better
The Lumix G80 lets you record every twist and turn of your journey in the highest quality 4K Video which is up to 4x resolution of Full HD. Capture your adventure in perfect quality with more detail and more clarity.
Shoot What You See
The Lumix G80’s Live View Finder with 0.74x (35 mm camera equivalent) magnification ratio gives you the freedom to frame your shot and capture everything you see; plus boasting a 360K-dot high resolution and approximately 100 per cent colour reproduction for high visibility under any circumstances.
Explore In Any Weather
The Lumix G80 is rugged enough to withstand the most challenging environments with a splash/dustproof body and kit lens. The latest feature is condensed into a compact and mobile design giving you the flexibility and freedom to explore on your adventures.
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This camera really does well in so many fields, for anyone familiar with cameras its similar to the Lumix g7 or the Sony a6300 in terms of video abilities, It is 4k video at 30fps, with full HD at 60fps, in built stabilization and the kit lens is the same, decent low light capabilities, the auto focus does very well tracking and doesn't offer to many hiccups and it has a flip out screen as well. Overall this camera, for its price at £800 w/kit lens, it really struggles to be matched on the market for anyone looking to shoot with video.
The quality is great, please remember that this is micro four thirds as well before reading on wards as well, it offers a lot of versatility in terms of movement with the camera and holding its own with rolling shutter. They offer a feature called e stabilization which is super handy at times acting like a post stabilizer where it crops in and reduces shake by moving diagonally, but this will crop into your image further so if you're shooting 4K as well bare all of this in mind. The camera also allows you to record mp4 and avchd, also the camera does need a higher write speed on your sd cards.
The stabilization on this camera is really amazing, using the dual IS between camera and kit lens shows a lot and eliminates a lot of shaking. It is even possible to get away with not using a hand held stabilizer if you are confident in moving with your camera it is so good as the camera is so light and easy to control, the added E stabilizer is useful but in some situations can hinder your video when you want a wider shot or there's excessive movement such as walking heavily down a hill you can notice fuzz in the corners where its trying to counter the shake. Really really amazing and after buying this I returned my stabilizer I had brought for my canon.
Lowlight and auto focus are important to point out on this camera, Lumix aren't known for either but this camera does hold its own in both of these. Using it low light there is not a lot of noise at all and works really well from what I can see. As for auto focus you can have problems with it, I tend to try be as manual as possible with focusing, but this camera does alright with its auto focus. If you want a specific subject in focus through shots where there maybe be a lot of movement around the frame, you can struggle there.
Competition is a big one when it comes to this camera, understand that this is a mid tier camera and all the positives are compared to cameras in the same skill/price range. Looking at cameras in the same sort of skill/price area the biggest competitors are the Canon 80D, Sony a6300 and maybe the a6500 although it is a lot more expensive. I really do enjoy using this camera and I haven't had it too long either, it takes a day or two to get too grips with but ever since its been amazing for video.
Great video quality and chooses with 4k and fullHD 60fps
Decent in both Auto focus and Low light
Stabilization is a massive plus on this camera, its amazing
Amazing all around camera
No headphones jack,
Can be hard to learn if you're new to Lumix,
Struggles in some areas of lowlight/auto focus to competitor cameras (Sony)
Overall for the price it is truly one of the best all around cameras you can buy, this is amazing ---- This is not in comparison to the likes of much more expensive cameras such as the GH5, A7ii or 5D M iii so dont expect it to be above your top dollar cameras.----
I get the whole light thing, bigger sensor more light to play with. But I honestly don't need the ability to 'shoot in the dark'. Its great that the 5DA7II850(s) can, I was looking for something small with razor sharp proprietary glass.
The G80 is a perfect fit for me. Small, pro build CSC, articulating screen. Well received 12-60mm kit glass, sublime LEICA glass choice (interesting focal lengths and superb quality). Does the G80 shoot the Canon jpg look in AUTO, no. Can this be tweaked in camera or post, yes. Ad nauseam for virtually every other feature feature of the competition, plus some unique ones thrown in. 4K of particular note and just about everything here to keep a video enthusiast very happy indeed. M43 v FF? No brainer for me, happily parted with £799 with excellent kit lens and sensor with no AA filter. Bar the GH5, the best hybrid / video shooter on the market. And I haven't looked over my shoulder yet.
This little guy has now been supplemented in my bag with the LEICA 25MM 1.4 / 7-14MM / 100-300MM. The Nocticron 42.5MM will be my final weapon, expensive but it will be worth it. Regards that bag, its small - a Samsonite Trekking rucksack which fits 'under the seat in front' no problem including iPad, cables, spare batteries and other nonsense.
I love mine & am extremely happy with all aspects of M43 so far. My best purchase of the year.
I was fortunate enough to have two G80's on order and received them the week they were released.
I have both cameras with the BGG1 Battery Grip which helps considerably particularly when using larger lenses. I spent two weeks in the USA in various weather conditions and found the cameras a delight to use. I tested the G80 against a Nikon D750 with a 24-120 and the only occasion I found the Nikon to be considerably better was in low light. My other camera was a Sony RX10 Mk2 taken for video, the G80's won hands down particularly with 4K video were the G80 excels. I have had many Panasonic Cameras including GX7 and 8, GH3 and 4. The G80 is the best MFT camera to date for the following reasons:
Overall picture quality for stills and video
Size and weight
Viewfinder and fold out screen
Steady shot with comparable Panasonic lenses
Build quality and price
Match this camera with the right lenses and you have a great combination. I walked around New York City all day with the two cameras both having f2.8 lenses, obtained some great shots and video and no back problems.
Compare this camera with others in the same league there is no competition.
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