Introduction
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Introduction

The GH6 is the most recent in Panasonic's video-centric line of cameras for the Micro Four Thirds system, dating back to the original GH1 in 2009. Since then, the GH series has come a long way, evolving into a very mature, widely used system.

According to Panasonic, its goal with the GH6 was to combine the best attributes of its two predecessors, the GH5 and GH5S, into a single camera. In particular, this meant a camera with a higher resolution sensor, like the GH5, but which could still deliver greater dynamic range, like the GH5S. The price of the GH6 even falls between the launch prices of those two models.

Panasonic says it developed the GH6 around two crucial tenets: workflow efficiency, including the ability to record with no time limits in any mode, regardless of frame rate or resolution, and absolute reliability, meaning the camera will operate without interruption no matter what the task. We'll see how it tries to live up to these ideals in the following slides.