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It did, however, pull two more action cameras out of the bag for its Key Mission range – and a rugged virtual reality camera for good measure.
Here’s a rundown of announcements from the major manufacturers.The GH5 is expected to start shipping in the early part of 2017. Related: Panasonic Lumix GH5 – what you need to know Panasonic, as ever, was keen not to rest on its laurels and had three more cameras to show us, all of which will be available much more quickly.There’s the G80 (pictured above) – not to be confused with the GX80 announced earlier this year – which features a DSLR-like body shape, along with a 16MP sensor, electronic viewfinder, 4K video recording and inbuilt Wi-Fi.It’s also got a mount which allows you to attach it to a variety of different things, which should prove useful when shooting sports and action where you can’t necessarily hold the camera. The second camera, the Key Mission 80 is a tough, wearable camera which is designed to give you quick stills and film shooting whenever you need it.Not only does it have a rear-facing camera, but it also has a selfie camera on the front of the device too.It has a sensor which is 1.3x larger than full-frame, packing in a whopping 51.4 megapixels.
It also has a newly designed focal plane shutter which can shoot at its quickest at 1/4,000 second.
To go along with the camera, Fuji revealed that three lenses for the system would be available from launch, with a further three arriving by the end of 2017.
We were expecting an update to the GH4, so it was no surprise to see that the GH5 is in development.
Olympus also sneaked in a PEN E-PL8 camera, but with zero fanfare we’re not sure how important Olympus sees this product.
Every time I get behind the wheel, I use the Zero Edge Technology Z-Edge Z3 to record everything happening in front of me.
Still, it’s got some pretty impressive specs that professional photographers should appreciate – and certainly anybody already shooting with Sony kit.