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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 4K Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera Body

Model: DMC-GH4KBODY
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The <b>Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera</b> is a true hybrid camera designed for both professional photo and video use. It features a <b>16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor</b> and a <b>4-CPU Venus Engine</b>, capable of capturing high-resolution JPEG and RAW stills, as well as <b>UHD 4K 3840x2160 30p/24p</b> and <b>cinematic DCI 4K 4096x2160 video at 24p</b>. Like its predecessor, the GH4 features a <b>weather-sealed magnesium alloy body</b>, while offering increased resolution on both the <b>OLED monitor</b> and <b>electronic viewfinder</b>. It also features <b>built-in Wi-Fi</b> with <b>NFC technology</b>, <b>in-camera creative controls</b>, and a <b>high-speed 49-point autofocus</b> in both photo and video mode. <br /> <br /> <b>Key Features:</b> <br /> <br /> <br /> <b><u>Picture Quality</u></b> <b>16.05 Megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor</b> <br /> The 16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor achieves high quality, high sensitivity image recording with its quick response. An approximately 50% higher speed signal readout suppresses the effect of a rolling shutter when using electronic shutter or recording video. The Live MOS Sensor delivers an expanded gradation range by a maximum1/3 step at low ISOs. Superior noise reduction allows for exposures up to 60 minutes long. <b>Venus Engine Advanced Image Processor </b> <br /> The Venus Engine image processor dramatically boosts performance with a quad-core CPU, enabling high-speed signal processing required for rich video recording such as 4K. Integrating superior noise reduction systems, DMC-GH4 successfully shoots at a maximum ISO 25600. Sensitivity, gradation performance, resolution, and color reproduction are dramatically improved to achieve even higher picture quality. <b>Focus Peaking</b> <br /> Focus Peaking shows the peak of focus in MF and AF+MF mode. Users can see the peak of focus while monitoring the subject in live view. Focus Peaking is also available in remote photo / video shooting with a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi. <b>Highlight / Shadow Control</b> <br /> Highlight and shadow can be separately adjusted with the front or rear dial. Three patterns of settings can be customized in addition to 3 preset patterns. <b>In-Camera RAW Data Development </b> <br /> The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 delivers RAW images in-camera. The color space setting (sRGB / AdobeRGB), white balance, exposure compensation, contrast, highlight / shadow, saturation, noise reduction, and sharpness or hue can be flexibly adjusted while LUMIX s Photo Style, Intelligent D-Range Control, and Intelligent Resolution can also be applied. <b>Photo Style</b> <br /> You can choose color or texture type for photos and videos from Standard / Vivid / Natural / Monochrome / Scenery / Portrait. Contrast, sharpness, noise reduction, saturation, and hue parameter for each mode can be adjusted and even set into the cameras memory. <b>Electronic Shutter + Silent Mode</b> <br /> The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 boasts an electronic shutter. The high-speed signal readout from the Live MOS Sensor minimizes rolling shutter effect. The Silent mode switches the shutter from mechanical to electronic and turns off sounds, while suppressing the AF assist lamp and flash with just a single setting for special shooting occasions. <br /> <br /> <b><u>Video Shooting Performance</u></b> <b>4K Video Recording with Simultaneous 8.8 MP Photo Capture</b> <br /> One of the most prominent features of Panasonic LUMIX GH4 is unlimited 4K video recording in both Cinema 4K: 4096x2160 / 24 fps, and QFHD 4K: 3840x2160 / up to 30 fps in MOV/MP4. Print ready high resolution 8.8 megapixel still frames can be recorded during video capture, making future proofed Hybrid Photography a reality for any photographer. <b>Versatile Video Recording Formats&lt;</b>

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4.8 out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
I traded in a full size HD vide camera for the GH4 and I am happy I did. Using the camera is easy once it is set up. I took a few hours getting used to the settings and making presets, looks and user buttons. The settings make shooting easier when I am in a hurry. I have used the wifi connect to my iPhone and iPad with pretty good results. I need more practice because I am not able to wifi connect quickly and consistently. It takes a few tries. Other than that I am happy with the GH4 performance. I trust panasonic to make a high quality professional grade product. This camera is proof of that. I used to spend many hours looking at gear - now that I own the GH$ I don't have the video gear envy I used to have. I can shoot HD UHD or 4K at will. All for a reasonable price.

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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera is a true hybrid camera designed for both professional photo and video use. It features a 16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor and a 4-CPU Venus Engine, capable of capturing high-resolution JPEG and RAW stills, as well as UHD 4K 3840x2160 30p/24p and cinematic DCI 4K 4096x2160 video at 24p. Like its predecessor, the GH4 features a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body, while offering increased resolution on both the OLED monitor and electronic viewfinder. It also features built-in Wi-Fi with NFC technology, in-camera creative controls, and a high-speed 49-point autofocus in both photo and video mode.

Key Features:


Picture Quality 16.05 Megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor
The 16.05-megapixel Digital Live MOS Sensor achieves high quality, high sensitivity image recording with its quick response. An approximately 50% higher speed signal readout suppresses the effect of a rolling shutter when using electronic shutter or recording video. The Live MOS Sensor delivers an expanded gradation range by a maximum1/3 step at low ISOs. Superior noise reduction allows for exposures up to 60 minutes long. Venus Engine Advanced Image Processor
The Venus Engine image processor dramatically boosts performance with a quad-core CPU, enabling high-speed signal processing required for rich video recording such as 4K. Integrating superior noise reduction systems, DMC-GH4 successfully shoots at a maximum ISO 25600. Sensitivity, gradation performance, resolution, and color reproduction are dramatically improved to achieve even higher picture quality. Focus Peaking
Focus Peaking shows the peak of focus in MF and AF+MF mode. Users can see the peak of focus while monitoring the subject in live view. Focus Peaking is also available in remote photo / video shooting with a smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi. Highlight / Shadow Control
Highlight and shadow can be separately adjusted with the front or rear dial. Three patterns of settings can be customized in addition to 3 preset patterns. In-Camera RAW Data Development
The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 delivers RAW images in-camera. The color space setting (sRGB / AdobeRGB), white balance, exposure compensation, contrast, highlight / shadow, saturation, noise reduction, and sharpness or hue can be flexibly adjusted while LUMIX s Photo Style, Intelligent D-Range Control, and Intelligent Resolution can also be applied. Photo Style
You can choose color or texture type for photos and videos from Standard / Vivid / Natural / Monochrome / Scenery / Portrait. Contrast, sharpness, noise reduction, saturation, and hue parameter for each mode can be adjusted and even set into the cameras memory. Electronic Shutter + Silent Mode
The Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GH4 boasts an electronic shutter. The high-speed signal readout from the Live MOS Sensor minimizes rolling shutter effect. The Silent mode switches the shutter from mechanical to electronic and turns off sounds, while suppressing the AF assist lamp and flash with just a single setting for special shooting occasions.

Video Shooting Performance 4K Video Recording with Simultaneous 8.8 MP Photo Capture
One of the most prominent features of Panasonic LUMIX GH4 is unlimited 4K video recording in both Cinema 4K: 4096x2160 / 24 fps, and QFHD 4K: 3840x2160 / up to 30 fps in MOV/MP4. Print ready high resolution 8.8 megapixel still frames can be recorded during video capture, making future proofed Hybrid Photography a reality for any photographer. Versatile Video Recording Formats<
  • Professional photo performance with exceptional moiré suppression
  • 4K 24p cinematic video (4096x2160) plus 4K 3840x2160 30p/24p
  • High speed 49 area auto focusing in photo or video perfect for hybrid photography
  • Durable magnesium alloy body and exceptional shutter life meets the demands of professional use

Specifications

Brand
Panasonic
Model
DMC-GH4KBODY
Number of Megapixels
16.05 MP
Manufacturer Part Number
DMC-GH4KBODY
Features
1 year PANASONIC USA Warranty
Condition
New
Color
Black
Wireless Technology
Wi-Fi, NFC
Optical Zoom
1x
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
107.00 x 107.00 x 144.00 Inches

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Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
No More video envy -
I traded in a full size HD vide camera for the GH4 and I am happy I did. Using the camera is easy once it is set up. I took a few hours getting used to the settings and making presets, looks and user buttons. The settings make shooting easier when I am in a hurry. I have used the wifi connect to my iPhone and iPad with pretty good results. I need more practice because I am not able to wifi connect quickly and consistently. It takes a few tries. Other than that I am happy with the GH4 performance. I trust panasonic to make a high quality professional grade product. This camera is proof of that. I used to spend many hours looking at gear - now that I own the GH$ I don't have the video gear envy I used to have. I can shoot HD UHD or 4K at will. All for a reasonable price.
Most helpful negative review
5 customers found this helpful
mdt files on sd card not mov!
n last two jobs i found in my sandisk extreme pro 95 mbps extension MDT files and not MOV!! big problem here!!can i open this?? setting 1080 50p 50mbps!
Most helpful positive review
4 customers found this helpful
No More video envy -
I traded in a full size HD vide camera for the GH4 and I am happy I did. Using the camera is easy once it is set up. I took a few hours getting used to the settings and making presets, looks and user buttons. The settings make shooting easier when I am in a hurry. I have used the wifi connect to my iPhone and iPad with pretty good results. I need more practice because I am not able to wifi connect quickly and consistently. It takes a few tries. Other than that I am happy with the GH4 performance. I trust panasonic to make a high quality professional grade product. This camera is proof of that. I used to spend many hours looking at gear - now that I own the GH$ I don't have the video gear envy I used to have. I can shoot HD UHD or 4K at will. All for a reasonable price.
Most helpful negative review
5 customers found this helpful
mdt files on sd card not mov!
n last two jobs i found in my sandisk extreme pro 95 mbps extension MDT files and not MOV!! big problem here!!can i open this?? setting 1080 50p 50mbps!
1-10 of 44 reviews

BEST hybrid; features compete with any DSLR

After a year of daily use, I can honestly say the GH4 is performs exceptionally well across the entire range of features packed into a lightweight, weather-sealed body. The sensor and processors capture native 4K video, time-lapse photography and portraits particularly well. We are impressed with the ability to record powerful moments nature, news, travel, and family events right away, increasing with impact as we learn the camera. The overall size/convenience to power ratio is tipped way into the owner's favor. At one point I found myself in an intense urban setting overseas, and was very thankful to gather UHD video clips and quickly stash the camera and low-profile 20mm lens into my cargo pocket. Time lapse photography of the night skies have been breathtaking, and the setup was quite easy. The interface is quite usable from day one and progresses from there. I have adjusted the settings and function buttons to allow quick access to the features I need most. And I am excited about features like the Cinema settings for video. From there I can choose preset options to maximize the impact of footage going straight to finish or for editing later, or customizable for anything in between. Additionally, the sheer vastness of recording options, native and adaptable lenses means I can record events at essentially any resolution and detail fit for my editing software, medium of choice or client's budget. It's not without mention that the camera does have one caveat and that's the all-too-mentioned low-light performance. Indeed, in dimly-lit situations the camera will be outperformed by other cropped or full-frame sensors, and future GH iterations will continue to bridge the gap. However there are a dozen ways to compensate, and frankly I wasn't comfortable with sacrificing the GH4's existing features for other mirrorless or full-size systems that cannot compete with the GH4's size, value or feature set. Besides, for me as a professional videographer, no image or video goes to the client or website without at least some finishing. Therefore, I edit and fine-tune before posting or publication, and some compensation and de-noising for low-light performance just becomes part of your standard post-production work flow. Not only that, but my basic photo/ video journalism kit is capable of C4K footage, NFC for distribution, weighs less than 25lbs and fits in a 25L carry-on backpack. That means no fly and cry at baggage check. To that end the camera has traveled extensively and I noticed a little peeling in the weather seal just left of the battery grip. It was repaired along with some other small adjustments under warranty and returned in 9 days. In summary, I am delighted. The only real urgency for me is getting a 4K companion B-camera as soon as possible.

BEST hybrid; features compete with any DSLR

After a year of daily use, I can honestly say the GH4 is performs exceptionally well across the entire range of features packed into a lightweight, weather-sealed body. The sensor and processors capture native 4K video, time-lapse photography and portraits particularly well. We are impressed with the ability to record powerful moments nature, news, travel, and family events right away, increasing with impact as we learn the camera. The overall size/convenience to power ratio is tipped way into the owner's favor. At one point I found myself in an intense urban setting overseas, and was very thankful to gather UHD video clips and quickly stash the camera and low-profile 20mm lens into my cargo pocket. Time lapse photography of the night skies have been breathtaking, and the setup was quite easy. The interface is quite usable from day one and progresses from there. I have adjusted the settings and function buttons to allow quick access to the features I need most. And I am excited about features like the Cinema settings for video. From there I can choose preset options to maximize the impact of footage going straight to finish or for editing later, or customizable for anything in between. Additionally, the sheer vastness of recording options, native and adaptable lenses means I can record events at essentially any resolution and detail fit for my editing software, medium of choice or client's budget. It's not without mention that the camera does have one caveat and that's the all-too-mentioned low-light performance. Indeed, in dimly-lit situations the camera will be outperformed by other cropped or full-frame sensors, and future GH iterations will continue to bridge the gap. However there are a dozen ways to compensate, and frankly I wasn't comfortable with sacrificing the GH4's existing features for other mirrorless or full-size systems that cannot compete with the GH4's size, value or feature set. Besides, for me as a professional videographer, no image or video goes to the client or website without at least some finishing. Therefore, I edit and fine-tune before posting or publication, and some compensation and de-noising for low-light performance just becomes part of your standard post-production work flow. Not only that, but my basic photo/ video journalism kit is capable of C4K footage, NFC for distribution, weighs less than 25lbs and fits in a 25L carry-on backpack. That means no fly and cry at baggage check. To that end the camera has traveled extensively and I noticed a little peeling in the weather seal just left of the battery grip. It was repaired along with some other small adjustments under warranty and returned in 9 days. In summary, I am delighted. The only real urgency for me is getting a 4K companion B-camera as soon as possible.

Everything I ever dreamed of coming from a GH2

I fell in love with the Lumix line when I first got my hands on a GH2 for video during college. That GH2 became my workhorse, and I extended the life of it with custom firmware. However there were so many features that I still needed. I made the jump last summer and it's been fantastic. The 4k modes are very sharp. Be sure to monitor carefully, as getting the focus right in 4k is a chore with any camera. The 200Mbps 1080p60 is superb. I use it for broadcast quality commercials. 1080p96 is a cool feature but always a little too soft for my liking. The build, battery, EVF, and screen have improved tremendously as well. Peaking, WiFi, etc, are all great additions as well. Overall, it's still an okay stills camera. I prefer my Nikon for stills but I do use the GH4 more than I used the GH2 in that regard. Thank you Panasonic - this is truly a great product.

My Cine Camera Search

The Knights fought to protect the Kingdom as the Stagecoach desperately fought off the Indians. Vampire's, Spies, and Soldiers all wanted to be released. This was my dilemma. All these stories waiting for an opportunity to be set free. I decided to put my Film School education to use and make Indie Films. I was going to need a camera capable of Cinematic images. I began the search for a new camera. I looked towards to typical names. Nikon, too expensive, to big, and not very cinematic. Canon has the 5D, but that is large, expensive and outdated. Their Cinema line is nice but way to expensive. Olympus, Fuji, nice photo cameras but not great video.................................................. It came down to three manufacturers Sony, Samsung, and Panasonic. Sony has the A7S II and the A7R II. Both cameras produce a nice image but there are some big negatives. The A7R II is too expensive and overheats when shooting 4K. It's out. The A7S II is great in low light but it is expensive and needs a bazillion batteries to run it. Also the native glass is slow and pricey. It's gone. Next up is the intriguing Samsung NX1. It does have many interesting features and does produce a nice image. That being said, it feels like a camera that has been rushed into production. There are some really strange problems. The image is overly processed to keep the files small and that creates problems in the image. It does not support H264 only H265 which does not have a lot of support yet. There is a also a small amount of native glass, and it is pricey............................................................. On to my choice., the Panasonic GH4. The GH4 produces very Cinematic images without all the negatives. It has been a workhorse camera for the industry. Battery life is great. The menu system and button layout are intuitive. It does HD slow motion at 96 fps and is usable slo-mo. Other cameras specs have a higher rate for their slow motion but the image is terrible.................................................... The 4K mode produces very sharp and detailed images. To get the cinematic look of film you will have to adjust the picture profiles. I personally like to shoot with "Supertone" settings which were developed by a cinematographer who goes by the Supertone monika. The settings are: Portrait mode: Contrast +3, Sharpness +1, Noise Reduction 0, Saturation -5, Hue-2, and Highlight/Shadow Curve -5/0. Panasonic has recently released an optional new V-log light profile, $99 and well worth it, that will give you 2 extra stops of dynamic range and give you that Cinematic look after grading, of course........................................ The build of the GH4 is fantastic. A magnesium body, gives you a solid feel and the small size is welcome. It is remarkable that mirrorless cameras can produce professional results without having to lug a trunk full of gear. The Micro Four Third sensor allows for the diminutive size of the camera and lenses. Speaking of lenses, the Panasonic Lumix lenses are extremely sharp, small, and very well priced. What is great about the GH4 is that, with an adapter, you can use almost any lens on it. Unless you have an electronic adapter, you will lose autofocus, and all electronic functions of the lens. Video should be shot manually anyway, so that is not a big issue. There are some electronic adapters, Olympus Four Third, and Canon EOS as examples that do retain the electronic connection................................... The GH4's time lapse function is robust and very easy to use, and there is also an Anamorphic function that allows the use of Anamorphic glass. This used to be reserved for very high end Cinema Cameras, think Alexa.................................................. Let's get to the negatives of the camera. First off the size of the sensor. The Micro Four Thirds sensor does give a 2X crop. This means that if you used a 24mm lens the Full Frame equivalent would be 48mm. This does have its disadvantages especially when a wide angle shot is needed, or you want a heavy Bokeh (blurred background) image. There is a solution for this, it is a focal reducer or Speed Booster. This adapter will lower the crop factor and give a APSC sensor equivalent. I love using a Speed Booster because I can use one lens instead of two. If I bring a 50mm lens it is like bringing a 50mm and 75mm lens. The Speed Booster takes up a lot less space than another lens. Oh, I almost forgot. The Speed Booster also will give you an extra stop of light. Pretty Trick huh..................................................... Another, so called, negative is low light performance. The Panasonic GH4 is a good low light camera. You will hear negatives about the GH4 being a bad low light camera because it was introduced at the same time as the Sony A7S which is the best low light camera in the world. What can compete with that?....................................................., For me the GH4 is just what I was looking for in a Cinema camera and I am extremely happy with my purchase.

Amazing Hybrid Camera

I've owned the GH4 since its release and wow, what a camera. I've owned the GH1 and GH2 as well, which were both very good, but the GH4 takes the cake. I like the option to have a very videocentric HUD, as I use it about 70/30 video to photo. The 4K is top notch, period, let alone at this price range. Focus peaking was a big feature for me as I use a lot of both Lumix and vintage manual lenses. The customizability of the picture profile is great. Video recording and stills are both rock solid. Build quality is great all around and battery life is spectacular in my opinion. EVF and OLED screen are great with great, usable touch screen features. Wifi remote control works great on my iPad Air and is very useful for projects where I'm in the shot. The audio input and preamp isn't amazing, but it's very good. I get totally usable audio from the mic jack. About the only thing I'm left wanting is faster auto focus in video mode, especially 4K. I know that there is a limited amount of processor power, so I can't fault the camera too much, but autofocus keeps up very well at 1080p 60, but any time using 24, especially in UHD or C4K and autofocus is practically unusable. It's a small little quip on a great camera.

No More video envy -

I traded in a full size HD vide camera for the GH4 and I am happy I did. Using the camera is easy once it is set up. I took a few hours getting used to the settings and making presets, looks and user buttons. The settings make shooting easier when I am in a hurry. I have used the wifi connect to my iPhone and iPad with pretty good results. I need more practice because I am not able to wifi connect quickly and consistently. It takes a few tries. Other than that I am happy with the GH4 performance. I trust panasonic to make a high quality professional grade product. This camera is proof of that. I used to spend many hours looking at gear - now that I own the GH$ I don't have the video gear envy I used to have. I can shoot HD UHD or 4K at will. All for a reasonable price.

Excellent Camera for Video, Great for Stills

I use the GH4 as primarily a video camera. I'm a professional video/film maker. I need to film and work with videos almost every day. This camera is so complete I honestly cannot think of anything I need. Sure, a little better codec would be great when you need to shoot SUPER high quality, but the footage is spectacular in 4K at 100mbs as it is. Sure, I'd love to see a 4K AVCHD option to further cut back on the file size and not sacrifice too much quality, but that's just the tinkerer in me always wanting more. Focus peaking is awesome. So glad I have it, and so useful. 4K is so versatile. This camera gets two angles, a close up and medium or a medium and wide if I'm going to 1080p (like most things I shoot) because I can crop in on the image. The dynamic range is very good. Low light is not great, but pretty good. As I dabble in shooting stills, it's a solid stills camera as well. Autofocus in photo mode is lightning fast and very accurate. It really takes some great pictures, especially when you're willing to play with RAW files. I think they're just as good as our Canon's RAW files. Wish the JPGs had a few more options and looked a little better out of the camera, but I'm picking nits. Even the jpgs are great, just not as good as a jpg straight from a Canon. Probably less processing. Mic jack, headphone jack, wifi app, it's all just gravy. I can't say enough good things about this camera. I love it!

GH4

I have had the GH4 for about a month. Great camera and loaded with features. The only issue that is a problem for me is the wired remote will not wake up the camera. I cannot think of a reason Panasonic would build it this way. The GX1 has the same "feature". I have attempted to contact customer service with no success. Nobody has an answer. Seems like a easy fix with a firmware upgrade. Maybe somebody with Panasonic will read this and respond. Other than that, it's a great camera.

I chose the GH4 over Cannon, Nikon, Sony and Red

I was looking for a light weight camera with a swivel screen, 4k internal recording, silent shutter option, focus assist,high frame rate video recording, time lapse options, long battery life, easy to learn and use and affordable. I found ALL of that in the GH4. I run a small production company on Kauai and needed a replacement for my damaged canon 7d. I was so happy when i rented the Gh4 for a week. I got some of the best footage from that immersive week long testing period. I Recommend it to any videographer looking for a amazing a or b camera for there kit. Mahalo for such a amazing camera. Looking forward to the GH5!

Best all around camera and A travelers best friend

I love photography, I love film making, and I love traveling. Sometimes logistically combining all 3 can be difficult. I recently did a week long backpacking trip through China where space was very limited. I have hiked with larger DSLRs but the weight of the lenses (especially my 70-200 2.8 IS II) do start to take a toll. I also like to take video while I travel for both stock footage and personal vacation videos. This camera was perfect for my trip, the M43 lenses are much lighter and more compact, and the image quality of both the photos and video was superb. As I generally do landscape photography I dont care that much about getting shallow DOF, and on a tripod i can do fine for low light. for narrative film making, the GH4 is great as a B camera and A camera. Its always reliable, has great and fast controls (i can switch from 4k log to 1080p 60fps in 1 second) and the battery lasts forever (2 batteries get me though a full day easily). I generally use my BMPCC as my A camera when i have the time as it has higher DR and a better grain structure, but the GH4 and Vlog does a good job keeping up. the down sides are a fair bit of noise and low bit rate in 4k. Im not sure why we cannot do 4k or 1080 96fps in 200mbps because we can do 1080 in 200mbs. Also the slowmotion is fun, but not very usable in my opinion, if slow motion is your main goal i would look elsewhere. I love it for casual stuff but thats about it. all in all its the perfect traveling camera for me, as both photo and video are top notch!

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