Panasonic Lumix DC-GX9 Digital Cameras

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Brand: Panasonic

Model: Lumix DC-GX9

Sensor: 20.3 megapixels

Lens Mount: Micro Four third

Screen: 3.0 inches

Touchscreen: Yes

Burst Shooting; yes, nine frames per second

Autofocus: 49 areas

Video: Yes, 4K

Wi-Fi: Yes

Bluetooth: Yes

Weight: 450 grams

Panasonic's expert introduces a new hybrid compact camera that will not be confused by the brand's latest addition. The Lumix DC-GX9 indeed perpetuates an active line whose silhouette hardly changes and just betrayed by the presence of a small grip added to the back of the device, allowing a grip much firmer and safer than with the GX8. Panasonic Lumix DC-GX9 in Australia was released in 2018, which comes with fantastic specifications.

Price and Availability

The Panasonic DC-GX9 gives free rein to your creativity to experiment with the different professional filters discover the L. Monochrome and Grain effect to take timeless vintage photos in black and white. Whereas for the price of this digital hybrid camera, it is in the reach of every person. Panasonic Lumix DC-GX9 price in Australia is almost of $720 AUD. We have enlisted-in various stores from where you can buy this hybrid camera at the least cost. 

The GX9 inherits the MOS sensor of 20 MP of the Lumix GH5 and G9, devoid of the low-pass filter, and associated with the Venus Engine processor. The dynamic range would have been primarily reworked. It allows for obtaining more homogeneous gradations and colors closer to reality. The balance between tone, brightness, and saturation has also been improved, much more accurate and precise in the rendering of skin tones and gradients by processing each of the colorimetric information of the image in a specific and individual manner. The noise reduction function prepares the image optimally and preserves the details, including in low light and with a maximum sensitivity of 25,600 ISO.

With dual image stabilization on five axes, the Lumix GX9 effectively optimizes image quality when using long focal lengths. The use of an electromagnetic shutter makes it possible to reduce vibrations by 90% compared to a conventional spring shutter. The key is better to control the risks of camera shake and a reduction in the noise caused by a traditional screen. The Lumix GX9 climbs to 1 / 4000s (The G9 has a mechanical shutter to 1 / 8000s) in automatic use and up to 1/16 000s in electronic use.

The Lumix GX9 deploys all the creative arsenal that was already found in its predecessor. The focus this time was on black and white with a new L-Monochrome D mode whose role is to provide a more dynamic tone rendering, richer gradations, and deeper blacks. The "natural grain" effect, with a rendering close to that of a 35 mm film, also appeared.