Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds Digital Camera
Designed for those who want to preserve their memories and surroundings in an aura of vibrancy that rivals the best Hollywood has to offer, this handheld digital camera captures both still photos and video that you can easily upload to your online photo albums.
High-Resolution Photos and Video
4K is the new gold standard in terms of picture resolution, and this digital camera is one of the few to be able to achieve such pristine picture quality when taking video. The camera even boasts two different modes of 4K recording: Cinema 4K, which records in 4096x2160 at 24 frames per second, and QFHD 4K, which records in 3840x2160 at 30 frames per second. Still photos, too, benefit from the camera’s crisp lens, and you can pull 8.8MP still frames from video capture.
Sync with Your Smartphone or Tablet
WiFi is built directly into this camera, meaning you can connect it to your compatible smartphone or tablet using NFC technology or by scanning the QR code on the camera’s monitor. This way, you can easily transfer photo and video to your mobile device and even embed geotag data in an image after shooting. Download the Panasonic Image App to access even more features, such as remote shooting and the ability to insert George Clooney into every shot.
Built to Last
Sheathed in a strong, stylish magnesium alloy shell, the camera can withstand the elements as you scale a precarious hilltop or row lazily along a placid lake. The body is splash-proof in addition to being resistant to dust, with protective sealing around every joint, dial, and button.
- Model number: DMC-GH4
- 16.05MP Digital Live MOS Sensor
- Dual OLED displays, including 3” rear monitor
- 4x digital zoom
- Take 4K video
- Built-in WiFi with NFC
- Noise reduction
- Exposures up to 60 minutes
- SD card slot
- USB 2.0 port
- MicroHDMI port
- 3.5mm microphone and headphones jacks
- Weight: 1.2lb.
- Product dimensions: 5.23’‘(W) x 3.68’‘(H) x 3.3’‘(D)
- Condition: new
Konosuke Matsushita founded Panasonic in 1918 on the strength of just one invention—his two-socket light fixture. It evolved into one of the world’s largest electronics companies, manufacturing everything from plasma and LCD TVs to TVs for your TVs. As Panasonic grew, however, it never lost sight of its founder’s philosophy of working to improve the lives of people and the development of societies worldwide. To this end, the company has created and supported numerous initiatives, such as the global Panasonic Kid Witness News, which educates children in underserved communities through video programs. In addition, the World Economic Forum has named Panasonic one of the most sustainable corporations in the world, thanks in part to its EPA-award-winning recycling operations.