Given its array of 4K Photo features, it almost goes without saying that the Panasonic G85 includes 4K video recording as well. Offering 4K at both 30p and 24p framerates, as well as 25 for PAL regions. According to Panasonic's specs, the NTSC region G85 only has NTSC-specific framerates, whereas European model, dubbed the Panasonic G80 or G81, support in-camera frequency switching between 25p and 30p/24p. For Full HD video recording, the G85/G80/G81 offers up to 60p (PAL models also have a 50p frame rate option). For the US model, there is no continuous video recording time limit, so you can setup the camera and record video continuous until the card fills, the battery dies, or, of course, unless the camera's heat warning kicks in.
Here we present crops from our laboratory Still Life target comparing the Panasonic G85's image quality to that of its predecessor's, the G7, as well as against several more recent mirrorless models at similar price points or in similar categories: the Panasonic GX85, Canon EOS M5, Olympus E-M5 II and Sony A6300.
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