Panasonic Lumix G95 hybrid mirrorless camera launched in India for Rs 94,990

“The Lumix G95 comes with a 20.3-megapixel digital live MOS sensor and supports 4K recording”

Panasonic has finally launched its newest rugged mirrorless camera, the Lumix G95, in India. The hybrid mirrorless camera comes with 4K video recording support and several other features that are aimed at videographers, YouTubers, and still photographers. The Lumix G95 rugged mirrorless camera was originally launched in April this year. It also comes with dust and water resistance, thanks to the rugged design. The camera features Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for connectivity, which makes it easy to transfer files on the go. 

Lumix G95 price in India

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The camera is available in India in a dual kit option. The Lumix G95 price in India with the G95H kit, which features a 14-140mm, F3.5-5.6 lens, is Rs 1,09,990. If you want the G95M kit, which gets a 12-60mm, F3.5-5.6 lens, then that will cost you Rs 94,990. The camera will be available for purchase across all Panasonic stores in India. 

Lumix G95 specifications

The Lumix G95 rugged and hybrid mirrorless camera comes with a 20.3-megapixel sensor. It features 5-axis in-built stabilisation that provides sharp photos and videos. The video output on the G95 is limited to 8-bit along with the V-Log L setting. It also comes with an in-built headphone jack and a microphone input. It offers a super fast focus speed of .07 seconds and has features such as eye and face detection. There’s a total of 49 focus detection points, which helps the camera shoot burst photos at 9 fps and 6 fps. 

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The camera can record 4K videos at 30 or 24 frames per second. According to Panasonic, the Lumix G95 is an ideal camera for bloggers. It is also a great camera to record low-light videos or take still photographs of the sky at night. At the back, there’s a 2360K-dot electronic OLED viewfinder, and a 3.0-inch flip-out LCD touchscreen with 250-degree of tilt helps the user see the object with ease. The in-built battery can be recharged using USB or AC connection. For connectivity, the camera features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 LE that allows users to enable the camera or add Geotags to photos via a smartphone.

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