Panasonic GH5S Price Rumored to be Around $2,500


Panasonic GH5s price rumored to be around $2,500. The video-centric mirrorless cameras is expected to arrive very soon.

The Panasonic GH5s is rumored to be an “ultra” video oriented low-light version of the GH5. This means the new sensor will provide better low-light shooting capabilities with improved ISO sensitivity.

Along with the Panasonic GH5s price information you can find the recap of what we know so far of the Micro Four Thirds camera below.

Panasonic GH5S Price Information Leaked to be around $2,500

So trusted sources are claiming that Panasonic GH5s price will stand around $2,500For comparison, the current GH5 model still sells for $2,000. Main improvements would be the state of the art video functionsimproved low light performance and bigger pixel pitch with fewer megapixels will make the price higher. 

Panasonic GH5S Price Rumored to be Around $2,500

The specs list of the Panasonic GH5s is not full detailed at the moment. What we know so far is that the MFT shooter will come with fewer megapixel in resolution. The camera may use a 12MP or a 16MP sensor compared to the 20.3MP Panasonic GH5.

Rumored Panasonic GH5S features:

  • An “ultra” video oriented low-light version/High-sensitivity version of the current Lumix GH5
  • It will have excellent low light performance similar to the Sony a7S II
  • Fewer megapixels (12MP or 16MP) and bigger pixels pitch
  • State of the art video functions
  • Improved low light performance
  • Body design would be similar to the Panasonic GH5
  • The name is NOT yet confirmed.
  • Release date by the end of February 2018

As stated above, the Micro Four Thirds camera will be announced shortly. According to the recent reports, the Panasonic GH5s price will be around $2,500 for body-only.

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  • Dave Haynie

    I’m pretty skeptical that a 12 megapixel m43 camera will have the same low light performance as a 12 megapixel full-frame camera, with four times the sensor area. Unless they have a completely new sort of sensor technology, of course.