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Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
16 megapixels
Compatible lenses
Olympus/Panasonic Micro 4/3
Video recording
Yes
Viewfinder
LCD screen (LiveView)
Image sensor format
Four Thirds (4/3)
Type of camera
Mirrorless

General

Anti-dust system
Yes
Image stabiliser
Magnification (Crop factor)
Type of camera
Mirrorless

Connectors

Firewire
HDMI
Yes
USB
Yes
USB version
2.0

Auto focus

AF assist (auto-focus assist light)
Contrast autofocus
Yes
Number of AF points (contrast)
Phase detection autofocus

Image properties

AEB/HDR support
Continuous shooting
File format (Still)
JPEG, RAW
Image sensor format
Four Thirds (4/3)
ISO sensitivity (basic ISO)
Manual settings (aperture/shutter)
Maximum resolution (stills)
Sensor format
Sensor resolution (Effective number of p
16 megapixels
Sensor type
Shutter speed
Video recording
Yes
Autofocus in recording mode
Max resolution (video)
4096x2160p pixels
Max frame rate (highest resolution)
Max frame rate (regardless of res.)
Max resolution (highest frame rate)
Video file formats
With audio

Flash

External flash connection
Flash
Built-in and external
Flash metering system
X-sync speed
1/250 s

Design

Available colours
Black

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
Height
93.4 mm
Width
132.9 mm
Weight
480 g

Display & Viewfinder

Articulated screen
Screen resolution
Screen size
3 inches
Separate info display
Touchscreen
Yes
Viewfinder coverage
Viewfinder magnification
Viewfinder
LCD screen (LiveView)

Features

Weather proof (moisture/dust)

Communication

Bluetooth
GPS
NFC
Yes
Wireless network (Wi-Fi)

Compatibility

Compatible lenses
Olympus/Panasonic Micro 4/3
Lens included
No

Storage

Compatible memory cards
Storage features

Materials

Body material

Power supply

Battery capacity (CIPA)
Battery type

Miscellaneous

Release year

Links

Reviews

3.5 of 5 stars

Based on 1 review

Smörgåsmannen
2017-01-04
When I bought it cost GH4R 15000 and 12000 GH4, today the pricing a little different and probably would have thought a couple of rounds whether GH4R is worth the money or not. In particular, if you do not work professionally and not in absolute need of a longer recording time. I think certainly that the V-Log is the top - even if you only play out internally (when you absolutely need more headroom in the highlights), but that can be purchased GH4-ball for relatively small money. Have had the camera for almost a year now, before that, I worked a lot with GH4 at another company, and before that with the GH3. It is hard to imagine a better camera for video. The only thing I miss is that case ND filter, and some sort of breakout solution for SDI and XLR. Then the camera would have been the only option for 30 000 of my book.