Already included in the GX8, the ‘Post Focus’ feature allows you to choose the in-focus point after the photo has been captured, changing the perspective of the image for greater photographic expression.
Here’s an example video of Post Focus in action from Panasonic; A new feature supporting consecutive shooting with flash burst is available with an external flash that is capable of continuous emission.
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The GX1 is Panasonic's latest compact system camera, and is aimed at professional or enthusiast photographers looking for an advanced CSC.
It features Full HD video recording, a 3-inch touchscreen and a robust all-metal body.
We have not tested either camera post-update, but the new firmware should at least lessen the impact of operational noise caused by the stabilization system. The feature was already included in the G85 (and GX85) but previously was not active when the camera was paired with the 100-400mm lens. Both cameras include 4K video and Panasonic’s signature 4K Photo mode with Post Focus and Focus Stacking.
The updates to the Panasonic GX1 include enhancements to auto white balance, the performance of autofocus and improved stability when using SD memory cards to comply with high-speed UHS-I cards.It sounds like a solid upgrade for anyone using the GH5 to shoot in HD.The increased bit depth will have an impact on recording times – these are summarised in the table below.It works for both 16×9 and anamorphic shooting across NTSC, PAL and Cinema frame rates.It’s a welcome addition, available now to download from the Panasonic website.