Panasonic is rumored to announce two new cameras called the GX9 and TZ200. The model that excites photography enthusiasts is undoubtedly the GX8 replacement.
Panasonic has been rumored to introduce a new flagship Gx-series camera in late 2017. Looks like the time has come for the Panasonic GX9 and it is expected to be announced very soon along with the ZS200 / TZ200 compact camera.
The professionals who need a rangefinder-styled camera with great image quality in compact sizes, the successor to the GX8 Micro Four Thirds shooter becomes ideal for their needs. More details about the Panasonic GX9 and TZ200 cameras can be found below.
Panasonic GX9 and TZ200 to be Announced Soon
Panasonic GX9 and the ZS200 / TZ200 are the two products on the horizon. Both cameras will be unveiled soon. When it comes to the specs, the rumor mill didn’t provide any information yet.
Consider the newly announced Panasonic G9 for stills and GH5s for video, it is possible to expect the GH5 sensor for the upcoming GX9. We expect a new image stabiliser which is also working in the video mode, 6K photo mode and Dual-IS 2.
Expectations for Panasonic GX9 camera
The company is on the verge to announce a new Micro Four Thirds camera called the Panasonic GX9. Check out expectations of the GX9 that we’ve posted earlier.
- Same 20-Megapixel Live MOS sensor (with no AA filter)
- Better DFD AF technology (10fps with DFD?)
- 5-axis IBIS (maybe from G85)
- ISO up to 102,400
- 4K video at 60fps
- New filter effects
- Same body design ergonomics in between the GX7 and GX8
- Price around $1200