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The GH5 isn't as overtly the processing powerhouse that Olympus's OM-D E-M1 Mark II represents, but the closer you look, the more it becomes apparent that there's a lot of grunt lurking in the GH5's familiar-looking form.

Even those video users who never shoot 60p will benefit from the GH5's better-quality internal video recording and full sensor-width capture.

Meanwhile, stills users are likely to love the camera's new viewfinder, improved JPEG processing and more advanced autofocus. To fully appreciate the full extent of the GH5's new features, read our in-depth First Impressions Review.

The Panasonic GH5 will be available in late March for $1999 (body only).