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The GX85 is a sound choice for those seeking a lightweight interchangeable lens camera offering excellent stills and video quality, good ergonomics and solid autofocus. It is also jam packed with useful features like 5-axis sensor-based image stabilization, 4K video capture, a tilting touchscreen,...
But what makes the GX80 / GX85 a much more rounded camera overall are the many upgrades. Yes the sensor remains 16 Megapixels and is probably the same used in the GX7 and G7, but by removing the low-pass filter, the images are genuinely a little crisper than before and to my eyes resolve essentially...
Built-in 5-axis stabilisation: 3 stops or up to 5 with Dual-IS., 4k video with innovative 4k Photo and Post Focus modes., Crisper images than earlier models with same sensor., Quick AF in low light and best CAF from MFT to date., Tilting touchscreen with lots of touch options.
Viewfinder 16:9 shape not optimal for still 4:3 photos., Viewfinder image may shimmer for some people., No external mic input or CineLike profiles., CAF is improved but not as good as rivals with PDAF., No dedicated drive or AF mode dials / collars., Maximum Bulb time of two minutes.
I love this camera. I bought it as a secondary camera when I don't feel like carrying my GH4.Pros:-The built-in stabilization is fantastic for walking around. I was able to snap photos as I walked that came out sharp.-Love the tones on the new L.Monochrome setting.
I've only had this camera a few days, but I've been out and about with it and I'm very pleased with the feel, the responsiveness and most importantly, the shots. I'm only using the kit lens for now, have a zoom on order, but even that lens is worth it's salt.