Panasonic surprised a lot of photographers when they announced a flagship camera with even stronger photographic capability than the GH5. Panasonic is targeting pros with this camera, so we went out with professional wildlife and landscape photographer Joe Desjardins to see if this new body can compete with professional DSLRs.

Panasonic G9:

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Shot on the Panasonic GH5S
Shot and edited by Jordan Drake


    • Yeet

      Awesome review, very helpful

      about 3 days ago
    • Tom Lower
      Tom Lower

      With the current price of the G9 in the US under 1000.00 would you upgrade from the G85? I currently have that along with Pany 12-35 F2.8, Pany 35-100 F2.8 , Pany 42.5 F1.7 Olympus 25 F1.8 and Olympus 75-300 F4.6-6.7

      about 14 days ago
    • Achilleas Labrou
      Achilleas Labrou

      Where is the Lada Niva?

      about 1 month ago
    • 4orrcountry

      Pontiac Vibe was an excellent AWD car made by TOYOTA for GM
      - IF you can find one, buy it.

      about 1 month ago
    • Brian Dandridge
      Brian Dandridge

      Why are so many reviewers, Vloggers etc. fixated on mirrorless cameras and our need to move over to this technology?  Yesterday I visited the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition in London featuring the best 100 images from around the world – some stunning photos.  I noticed that only 6 of the images on display were taken on mirrorless cameras of which five were Sony and there was only one micro-four thirds example.  Predominantly the photos were taken on a variety of Nikon and Canon DSLRs.  I didn’t count but felt that, certainly as far as the Nikon users were concerned, 60% at least were taken on full-frame cameras, the rest being crop-frame format and a few medium format.  I am not familiar with the Canon range to know which are full-frame and which are crop-factor. Would any of these winning or highly commended photographers have got any better results if they had been using mirrorless technology?  I suspect not.

      about 1 month ago
    • Rudolf Abelin
      Rudolf Abelin

      Thanks for a nice video as usual. I'm GH5.
      But, here I started laughing. 7:48 I am also a hunter (Sweden). Standing out in this environment in jeans and that jacket, doing wildlife photography. LOL.

      about 2 months ago
    • Pereira Kelvin
      Pereira Kelvin

      Thanks bros very clear on that i make up my mind getting the g9 after watching multiple reviews on it.

      about 3 months ago
    • Saif Marvel
      Saif Marvel

      please tell me what should i buy for video and photo , Sony a6600 or Lumix G9?

      about 3 months ago
    • DP ie
      DP ie

      “Nice compact system”....LOL
      He carries a huge heavy backpack.

      about 3 months ago
    • BS Productions
      BS Productions In reply to DP ie

      DP ie trust me when I say that his back pack is much lighter with the m43 system than the Full frame Alternitive.

      about 3 months ago
    • Dean Linnell
      Dean Linnell

      I think this camera is a no-brainer with the new 2.0 firmware update.

      about 3 months ago
    • Boris Pradel
      Boris Pradel

      A now in 2019 Panasonic unleashes the G9 power by giving it 10bit 4:2:2 videos, animal focus and many other goodies... it’s over GH5 level now considering its photography capabilities

      about 4 months ago
    • Terence Kearns
      Terence Kearns

      Jordan needs to do another review. CHECK OUT THE G9 V2 FIRMWARE UPDATE!!!
      10bit 422.
      Upgradable to V-Log L

      about 4 months ago
    • Mr Robo-Vision
      Mr Robo-Vision

      Would you recommend this for F1/wildlife photography, I'm thinking of getting this with the Panasonic Leica 100 - 400 lens, can you give me some advice please?

      about 5 months ago
    • Merck Norin
      Merck Norin In reply to Mr Robo-Vision have a look and youll be surprised by the quality.

      about 4 months ago
    • Paul met Debbie
      Paul met Debbie

      One could question the rationale of such a small sensor in a body that could easily hold a ff or asp-c sensor, which is four or two times larger and has better signal ratio. The unique selling point of mft is size, and that is lost in a bulky body like this.

      about 7 months ago
    • Alejandro Ilukewitsch
      Alejandro Ilukewitsch In reply to Paul met Debbie

      Handling and lens size...look at the Sony, is probably as small, but if you want good glass you need to huge huge lenses and the size advantage is lost, besides having horrible handling. With the G9, you have great handling and mid size lenses, this due to the sensor size. So yes if you look at the overall picture it has tons of benefits..

      about 3 months ago
    • Paul met Debbie
      Paul met Debbie

      3:09 come on, D7200 or D500 perhaps. D5 (and D850) are not in the same league.

      about 7 months ago
    • RagingBubuli

      It got better but can't beat Sony.

      about 7 months ago
    • gawrongawron

      I have problem with focus in my lumix g9. Somebody had the same issue ?

      about 7 months ago
    • Aztec Arts
      Aztec Arts

      Maybe Joe should invest in crampons ..... 11:42

      about 7 months ago
    • เดี่ยวมอเตอร์ไซค์ SoloBikeTrips
      เดี่ยวมอเตอร์ไซค์ SoloBikeTrips

      i ' m confused what scene shot on GH5 or G9

      about 8 months ago
    • Lana P.
      Lana P.

      What camera are u using for this vlog ?

      about 9 months ago
    • Mark Jacobs
      Mark Jacobs

      Wonderful review, thank you for this, it helped me confirm that I will be upgrading my Nikon D7000 to the G9 I travel a good bit and have found I used my Nikon less lately. The Lumix will be much easier to carry all day long and will be a good upgrade from the D7000

      about 9 months ago
    • Jose M Hernandez
      Jose M Hernandez

      Excellent camera, too much blah blah! Excellent nature photographer!!

      about 10 months ago
    • nerd Mike
      nerd Mike

      About the silent shooting, does the camera reduce raw depth on Electronic Shutter o EFC like on G7 and G9? Good to shoot silent but if this degrade quality is not so good.

      about 11 months ago
    • Larry Gonzalez
      Larry Gonzalez

      Centigrade wut?

      about 11 months ago
    • Jerry Eisner
      Jerry Eisner

      Chris and Jordan this is SUCH a nice review and video!! Can you tell me if this camera also has the same Olympus feature as Live Composite for time exposures where you can see the time exposure on the screen and stop it when you feel it has the correct look to it. And what do you think of that feature? Please let me know! Thanks. Jerry Eisner

      about 11 months ago
    • Born Boy
      Born Boy

      It's April 2019. Is this still a great camera ?

      about 1 year ago
    • Ensian Blåfugl
      Ensian Blåfugl In reply to Born Boy

      New update 19th November, it's gonna be better in 2019 than it ever was 💪

      about 4 months ago
    • Sharp as L
      Sharp as L In reply to Born Boy

      I have owned the GH5, GH5s, Fuji X-T3...and I have not been able to bring myself to selling the G9. The stabilization coupled with the profiles like Cinelike D let you produce video as good as or better than anything out there. I learned through experience that selling points like 8 bit/10 bit 4:2:2 4:2:0 and all those crazy bitrates (e.g., 400Mpbs) are all marketing tricks. I couldn't tell the difference between them. Except for when the footage is supersmooth handheld, I know that footage came out of the G9. So yes - at the current price - it's a spectacular camera. For stills, stay below 3200 ISO and it's as good as anything out there.

      about 10 months ago
    • ZappaBlues

      Still photographer here. So this is more my camera.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ray Jennings
      Ray Jennings

      I've been a Pentax user for nearly 40 years and currently use the K-3 and the K-3 II with 5 of their lenses. Primarily I shoot aviation, airshows and ground movements with some architecture and portrait as well. I've not really had anything to worry about with my current kit but the weight is beginning to get to my arthritic bones so I'm seriously considering jumping ship to the M43 system with the G9. Good idea or bad, bearing in mind my type of photography? Any thoughts from anyone? Please?

      about 1 year ago
    • Toxic Tabasco
      Toxic Tabasco In reply to Ray Jennings

      I made the switch from DSLR to the G9 system mainly for the 4K slow mo. And, the prospect of shooting long lens photography like wildlife and action with a pro body. The AF is super fast, and there are many options for setting it up. There is a learning curve for the various AF features on the G9, and it takes a few outings to know the strengths of each one, and when best to use them. The IBIS is like Chris and Jordan said on their GH5 review, a game changer. It makes acquiring subjects much easier with more accuracy with long lenses. Good luck on your decision Ray.

      about 1 year ago
    • Christian Fleetwood
      Christian Fleetwood

      That shot at 8:28 is phenomenal!

      about 1 year ago
    • DSD

      Cool video and walk through. Panasonic is really making some cool stuff! I’m torn between the GH5 or the G9

      about 1 year ago
    • We Play Wax
      We Play Wax

      Photographer's camera my ass. Mic input, headphone output, decent pre-amps, full HDMI connector with 4K output at 30 FPS in 8-bit 4:2:2 format, 60 FPS, Slow Motion, 5-axis Dual IBIS, 2 card slots, flip screen, bigger battery and USB power. Guys you don't understand! This is the budget GH5 we have all been waiting for. Panasonic made this camera for video, not photo. For photo, they will be releasing their Full Frame line this year. Just think about it!

      about 1 year ago
    • John Soh
      John Soh In reply to We Play Wax

      It's obv it's a photo camera first with capable video features for enthusiasts since video is limited to 10 and 30 min for 4k60 and 4k30 respectively and since they skimped out on other shooting modes and professional video features. The heat sink and build design is made to support high burst rates for photos instead of dissipating heat during hot 4k video recording so no I don't agree with you.

      about 11 months ago
    • Angelo Cella
      Angelo Cella In reply to We Play Wax

      gh5's prices dropped down quite a bit actually

      about 1 year ago
    • Mark Lewis
      Mark Lewis

      I have an LX100, which I love (for about 18 months now). Would the G9 be a good upgrade as I want to improve my photography, or is the step too small to consider the investment worthwhile?

      about 1 year ago
    • Mark Lewis
      Mark Lewis In reply to Mark Lewis

      Steve Mulcahy Thank you, appreciate the guidance.

      about 1 year ago
    • Steve Mulcahy
      Steve Mulcahy In reply to Mark Lewis

      Mark Lewis not at all, in my opinion, going to an slr style camera from one with a do everything lens, is a huge step. You’ll need to consider that you’ll need lenses to suit what you’re shooting though.

      about 1 year ago
    • The Happy Hour Hound
      The Happy Hour Hound

      Can anyone comment as to the dynamic range when using the high res mode?

      about 1 year ago
    • Henri Troyat
      Henri Troyat

      I love the Hands-On Field Tests from Chris Nichols. That said I think TheCameraStoreTV should take in mind that most of the people who watch these reviews are just amateurs who want to know how a new model with the kitlens performs. What use is it to show stills and movies shot with lenses that costs 3 times more than the body? Everyone knows that a 1.4 is far better glass than a kitlens starting 3.5 ! So please give us reviews with simple kitlenses. If these results are reasonable, we know that buying additional better lenses can only result in better shooting.
      Anyway, his reviews are real jems.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jenny Darukat
      Jenny Darukat

      Talk about a tasty package of a camera 🤤

      about 1 year ago
    • Terry Allen
      Terry Allen In reply to Jenny Darukat

      You aren't fooling me;-)

      about 3 months ago
    • Pedro Gonzalez
      Pedro Gonzalez

      What an awesome scenery for this video!

      about 1 year ago
    • M7CVZ

      What is the left most dial in the car dashboard right at the intro? It looks like maybe RPMs but its like at 0. Somethings wrong ?

      about 1 year ago
    • Woodant

      G9 did get a firmware update and improvement for its autofocus during video operation. However, it still does those minor adjustments after focusing - this is a distraction for the viewer. It might be better than before but it's agreeable that it lacks the Canon (and Sony) focus confidence. Besides the limitations of Micro 4/3 in low light (for some), AF smoothness and precision is a serious drawback for Panasonic brand.

      about 1 year ago
    • Karl S
      Karl S

      I'm not a fan of your in-store Talking-Heads videos, and more recently have been passing on notification of TheCameraStoreTV videos.
      So, I was glad to see with the Pana G9 that you guys chose to return to high value (more about the camera and less goofing) well done field test and evaluation of a really well done outdoor test. This video demonstrates why I came to this channel years back. Joe Desjardins was icing on the cake, although I wish he'd given a final evaluation of the 4/3's camera pros & cons for his kind of photography.
      Thanks again, a job well done.

      about 1 year ago
    • Abigail Sockeye
      Abigail Sockeye

      they made love in the snow

      about 1 year ago
    • Dong Cap
      Dong Cap

      how would the bear be able to hear the mechanical shutter sound if he got shot by a 300mm lens?

      about 1 year ago
    • Paul C
      Paul C

      Hold on, eyeglasses? As opposed to liquidglasses while drinking? Maybe use spectacles?

      about 1 year ago
    • Michael Moerkamp
      Michael Moerkamp

      How is the weather sealing on the G9? I know it is freeze proof but can it survive a heavy rainy day?

      about 1 year ago
    • LexTNeville
      LexTNeville In reply to Michael Moerkamp

      I have the previous Lumix flagship, the GX8. And can tell you that it puts up with the worst rain Scotland produces, all day.

      about 1 year ago
    • David Perrin
      David Perrin

      Great review guy's. I've been using the g9 for about a month. And i love it. So thanks for sharing. I also use the Panasonic gx8. sony a7mk2 after moving from my Nikon D750 to mirrorless system and I've not looked back. All 3 of these cameras were reviewed by you and that made my mind up so big thumbs up guy's. Love your work shared on here 👍👍👍👍

      about 1 year ago
    • Daniel Dougan
      Daniel Dougan

      Can you at least output 10-bit to an external recorder? Just wondering if the G9 is a camera that will grow with me later if I get to more advanced video recording.

      about 1 year ago
    • David Perrin
      David Perrin

      Great review. This review made my mind up about getting this camera. I received mine yesterday and I'm blown away at how good this camera is. Thanks for sharing with us your views on this.

      about 1 year ago
    • John Stockton
      John Stockton

      This camera is getting more popular with video shooters and I wish you'd did a bit more on the video side of things. For example the AutoFocus in video is from what I've seen head and shoulders above the GH5 cameras especially tracking. Couple that with the superb IBIS and the Cinelike profiles for just a hair over £1000 on eBay NEW and it sounds like a great deal. My one small gripe about Panasonic is, I do wish the lenses were cheaper. I know for a professional photographer the price of these lenses aren't that big a deal but for us mere mortals although excellent they still are a little pricey. I'm talking about the mark 2 lenses that you can use the dual image stabilization with. I'm not a professional photographer but I am a keen film maker and £600 for a lens is a big pull out for me.

      about 1 year ago
    • Marc

      A lot of guys post camera tests on Youtube. 99% of them stay behind their desk or may be around there garden.
      As far as I know you are the only one who tests cameras in the worst conditions, with passion and professionalism. Warm congratulations and thanks. Concerning the G9, it made me change my mind.
      I used to buy FF. Currently for several reasons I use a GX8. But my next buy will certainly be this G9.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mark Nathan
      Mark Nathan

      I Bought this and traded in my a7r2 after wacthing this video and am delighted with it . I don't miss the megapixels files are smaller easier to edit and take up less space on my computer they also load very fast. Nothing wrong with the sony but full frame is full frame and heavy with the full frame lenses.

      about 1 year ago
    • The Happy Hour Hound
      The Happy Hour Hound In reply to Mark Nathan

      @Dart Vader 40" no problem. Also you can shoot the 80mp mode and have a nice 10ft photo if you want

      about 1 year ago
    • Dart Vader
      Dart Vader In reply to Mark Nathan

      By any chance would you know what size prints I could get off the g9.?

      about 1 year ago
    • Tony
      Tony In reply to Mark Nathan

      YES THIS, I totally agree. I can't believe how much faster and smoother lightroom runs since I switched to MFT, Can't wait to get a G9 now.

      about 1 year ago
    • Terence Kearns
      Terence Kearns

      I picked up this camera last week along with the LEICA 100-400. Oh boy, what a combo! I've been loving it. There is a lot of depth to this beast.

      I've been a Canon user for the past 10 years (professionally) and I have made the switch. I'm very excited.

      about 1 year ago
    • royandescartes

      11:34 bruh

      about 1 year ago
    • michael s
      michael s

      ok,here we go,deep into the land of petty,illogical,and just plain crazy...

      Panasonic is a company that made regular consumer products,along with one of their cousins,Technics,so we are talking about a company going into fairly new territory,marketing to photographers.Just like Sony,instead of the same old,same old,same old,tired old,they are bringing features to make things easier for shooters,instead of babbling on about how much glass,and 'the system'.Of course they are going to have kinks,bugs,and nuances to figure out,so it makes sense to make the gear,let us text it,let us use it,and give logical feedback.The more important thing is workflow,reliability,and creating gear people want to use,not just sit around and complain about.Intelligent people will buy it,and if it doesnt work,send it back,give their reasons,and keep it moving.If 14 to 30 days is not enough time to figure out of you want a camera,you might be in the wrong situation.

      That obvious and intelligent manner of doing things helps the company tremendously,if they are committed to customer service and being a longterm fixture in the camera world.My thing is,as an intelligent,thinking,reasoning,and creative person,one will find workaround if you're going to keep the G9 or whatever you buy,and use it,over and over,to create great images.Logic dictates,if you have something, because you bought it and decided to keep it,you can actually use it,and develop a workflow based on it;s strengths,not waste time online or crying to everyone about what it doesnt do.For example,i dont care what reviewers might say,dealers might say,yet ALL consumer grade automobiles do the same thing,getting you from point A to B and back.It doesnt really matter,except for what one wants to drive,sit in,and use,which brand,which year,nor anything else.Same thing with these cameras,because they all,when it comes to price points,do the same basic things.

      People are still making money,creating award winning images,and buying cameras over 5 years old,some with NOT A SHRED of video,1k,2k,4k,50k,HD,no D,and hardly any native lenses.Now i did raise an eyebrow when he started talking about bears,yet since he lives out there or is used to it,that's making sense to me.I know i might be next to a vehicle,motor running,and ready to get out of there if something looks weird.I can somewhat see it working because i remember taking a random walk in the woods,and this deer was right there..I already had my DSLR out,and i took my time,not making any sudden ,aggressive moves,and the deer stayed right there,allowed me to get close,and fire away.It's been my experience that once the shooter and subject have the same,easy,calm,fun,and positive flow,some amazing things happen..

      Bottom line,either get it,keep it,and use it,or just stop crying and give it back and get something else.It benefits no one except the crybaby and skeptic to whine,only offering unproductive opinions.Like Longrider said,we have been blessed with a myriad of impressive options and features and we dont have to worry about brands,just because they have been around for 5000 years.I cannot stand that dusty old stupid concept people have thsat just because it's been doe this and that way for 6000 years,it must be revered.Old stupid,old crazy,old stuck,and old boring is ONLY that,nothing more,and as they said,'there's no fool like an old fool'.On that note i might go check out the G9 to see if it fits my hand,my groove,and is smooth to use..

      about 1 year ago
    • chevypowertogo

      Panasonic Lumix G9
      "is There a video record Time Limit of 29.99 min on Usa version G9? like there is on all the eu // uk Pal versions always have???
      Thank you in advance"
      John h
      Answers to your question

      Yes, there is a 30Min Video Recording Limit on HD Video, & 10min Limit On 4K Video
      Do to due to sensor heating in poor design of reducing heatsink mass?
      thus If Video is your focus then the GH5 is a much better choice for just additional $285.00 more

      about 1 year ago
    • Gilgamesh

      I will be traveling for a month, and want to have the best possible camera for both video and photo. This channel has been a blast so far. Leaning towards the GX85 at the moment.

      about 1 year ago
    • 3D Editor
      3D Editor

      Will Panasonic introduce a camera in the future with all of the same specs or greater as the G9, but with a permanent super zoom lens like Sony's RX10 Mark 3 and 4? I'm looking for a camera that has no less than 1" sensor or bigger, can film in 4K at 60fps, has image/optical stabilization and has built in super zoom lens that can cover anywhere from 20-24mm up to 600-1200mm.

      I love everything the G9 has to offer, but having to swap out lenses for different types of filming can be a bit of a pain. I like everything Sony RX10 mark 4 has to offer, except it doesn't film at 60fps in 4k.

      I do a lot of wildlife filming and I like to use slow motion capture. I also film a lot in 4K definition not fully zoomed in on certain subjects, so I can bring it into 1080p in post editing and move the video around for smooth movement on subjects that look like they were filmed up close.

      My overall budget is no more than $2000 to get started. I would like to stay closer to $1500 - $1750 range if possible.

      about 1 year ago
    • Matt Leaf
      Matt Leaf

      It's got some features I'd love in the G85, and some I wouldn't use. No panorama but you can jump to software for that easy enough. If there's no successor to the G85 at Photokina I think this is where I'll be going next...

      about 1 year ago
    • ChevyPowerToGo -
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      about 1 year ago
    • rk napolean
      rk napolean

      I am am a Nikon shooter but I am confused between between Panasonic G9 with 100-400 f 4-6.3 from Leica & Nikon D500 with 200-500 f 5.6 vr , some are using Panasonic G9 for professional wildlife photography setup I love the reach of Panasonic G9 but dosen't come cheap and its a micro four third body , how much iso & dynamic range performance is better then Canon & Nikon Apsc bodies like Nikon latest and greatest Nikon D500 and Nikon 200-500 F 5.6 vr..

      about 1 year ago
    • Jay1
      Jay1 In reply to rk napolean

      Just realize that the Panasonic 100-400 lens is a 200-800mm equivalent while being 6.75"x 3.27" and 2.17 lbs, while the Nikon is 10.53"x 4.25" and 5 lbs, while being 300-750mm equivalent. That's a pretty big size/weight difference, and the focal range is a lot broader for the Panasonic. This is the perfect example to show what kind of setup would be better off using M43 IMO

      about 1 year ago
    • Emptystring
      Emptystring In reply to rk napolean

      rk napolean from my experience, the APS-C/MFT Difference is negligible. I own a G7 and my friends are using a 750D and a 6D. If anything the G7 seems to perform better than the 750D, probably due to surperior sensor technology. And the G7 has an older sensor compared to the G9. There is a noticeable difference to shooting full frame, but in real world scenarios I believe you will find the g7 to perform very similar to APS-C cameras.

      about 1 year ago
    • chad strohmayer
      chad strohmayer

      What about Time lapse, Long exposure? Esp for night sky images?

      about 1 year ago
    • Adrian Bittner
      Adrian Bittner

      I do not see any difference on contrast, light and color in Adobe camera RAW when i shooting in raw with color profiles ( Normal,Natural,CinelikeD/V ) . Panasonic G9

      about 1 year ago
    • Hussein Kefel
      Hussein Kefel

      Panasonic is really doing well in photography especially now they came up with the G9 which is an impressive sport and wildlife camera for sure.

      about 1 year ago
    • oldschoolwarrior

      This is an excellent, objective review. Very thorough. The only thing I would have liked a little more coverage on is actual image quality comparisons to its competitors. Some side-by-side examples would’ve been great. But that’s a minor thing. The review was outstanding.

      about 1 year ago
    • Buying On a Budget
      Buying On a Budget

      G9 is really a mighty camera! It can shoot both stills and videos very well. It is a bit heavy for a m43 camera but will balance well with your heavier lenses. However, one thing I find frustrating is the autofocus in video mode. The focus will hunt around even when just I sit or stand still. I learnt to manual focus though so it is not that big of a problem right now. I really love the camera and feel like it is a perfect fit for me! I just did a review on my channel as well.

      about 1 year ago
    • CGPhotoKandou

      do you guys think this is a good camera for hybrid shooting most of the time photos like fashion photos and concerts event photography but also fashion videos and concert videos? :) usemy gh4 so far and i like it so far. The stabilizer would be amazing in myopinion as i likeusing prime lenses which sadly dont have stabilizer.

      about 1 year ago
    • CGPhotoKandou

      very honest and good reviews. Thanks a lot. I know why this is one of favourite Photography channels. Love your work. Thanks a lot man !

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeric Tamayo
      Jeric Tamayo

      What camera are you guys using for youtube? The quality is so amazing!

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeric Tamayo
      Jeric Tamayo In reply to Jeric Tamayo

      TheCameraStoreTV awesome thank you! Yes GH5s looks great!

      about 1 year ago
    • TheCameraStoreTV
      TheCameraStoreTV In reply to Jeric Tamayo

      This was shot on the Panasonic GH5S.

      about 1 year ago
    • raredreamfootage

      I think the ergonomics are better on the G9. I wish they used the G9's handgrip for the GH5/GH5S.

      about 1 year ago
    • techno_techie

      I would love to see the low light. You guys may have sold me on this because it has so much appeal in terms of size (for travel) and lens selection. I am between this and the a7iii. There is just a dearth of lens selection for the alphas and the size of the alphas is great but the FF glass is still huge. I love the look of the om-d e-m1 mkii, but this seems so feature-rich for the price. DECISIONS!!

      about 2 years ago
    • Fred Galang
      Fred Galang

      I don't recall seeing any videos where my eyes are just mesmerised by the beauty and clarity of Alberta. The grading is just absolutely phenomenal. This video is basically a moving desktop wallpaper.

      about 2 years ago
    • NETVO TV
      NETVO TV

      Review GX9 please!

      about 2 years ago
    • NETVO TV
      NETVO TV In reply to NETVO TV

      TheCameraStoreTV thanks! Want to know if it’s a great first camera to get! My dreamed camera is Leica M10 because I wanted to experiences real rangefinder’s OVF, the shutter speed dial and aperture ring and manual focus, the more consumer price of rangefinder is X100F but the soft lens is a bit thumb down for me, GX9’s IQ is great, 4K and overall features are good for the price but it doesn’t have shutter dial and only the typical spinning ring. Not sure should I go for my heart to work my way to get a real rangefinder Leica M10 or just get a GX9 which I can do way more things with it

      about 2 years ago
    • TheCameraStoreTV
      TheCameraStoreTV In reply to NETVO TV

      Shooting it right now!

      about 2 years ago
    • fredbrackely

      Very impressive

      about 2 years ago
    • Black Phillip
      Black Phillip

      It's a very impressive camera.

      about 2 years ago
    • J.D. Hughes
      J.D. Hughes

      A nicely produced and informative video. Considering a G9 to back up my GH5 and to use as a stills camera. There are pros and cons to MFT, but I also have full frame cameras and unless I really need wall sized prints or I'm shooting over 3200 ISO my hand will always reach for the GH5. If I need even bigger prints I default to my antique 5x4 Linhof and get my hands wet!

      Unlike some respondents, I don't have tracking or autofocus problems with the GH5: it's a simple fix and I'm surprised that Panasonic haven't dealt with it in firmware.

      Lovely pictures by Joe Desjardins, by the way.

      about 2 years ago
    • William Statt
      William Statt

      G9 or the new Sony A7iii?

      about 2 years ago
    • timzanation

      I am very interested in the burst viewfinder experience of the G9 versus the Olympus M1.2 for mechanical shutter high speed burst in the 9 to 12 fps speed range for shooting runners, soccer players, and skateboarders. What was said about the G9 shaky viewfinder experience bothers me. I don't just want good results. I want an enjoyable shooting experience. I am a tactile person who cares about how the knobs look and work and how the camera feels and looks in operation. Which camera has the better experience? Does the viewfinder black out? Is the viewfinder more or less of a live view experience? Does the viewfinder show the current focus point group or focus point used positions? My Olympus M1.1 at 9 fps mechanical shutter shows the last picture taken, without indicating the location of the focus point. I would prefer more of a live few experience with visible focus points.

      about 2 years ago
    • Travelling Light Photography
      Travelling Light Photography

      I do wish the card slot door had a lock on it to prevent it accidentally opening.

      about 2 years ago
    • Travelling Light Photography
      Travelling Light Photography

      I'm always very jealous of the marvellous wildlife and weather you guys get in Canada.

      about 2 years ago
    • M7CVZ

      Sorry, G9 marking the end of M 4/3. Overpriced and the small sensor just cannot keep up with APS-C like Fuji X-T2/X-T20. These days you get similar results from Sony 1" sensors. The value and size proposition of M 4/3 is dead. Very niche now and not worth it. (Speaking as someone who owns APS-C Fuji, Sony RX 10 family, and Oly M 4/3).

      about 2 years ago
    • Mario Gonzalez
      Mario Gonzalez

      Does the camera have peaking and zebras?

      about 2 years ago
    • V PR
      V PR

      Guys, could you please share what was the name of the Joe's awesome big bag?

      about 2 years ago