Panasonic has now registered its upcoming Panasonic GH6 Micro 4 Thirds mirrorless digicam and accomplished its Bluetooth Qualification Course of. It’s hardly shocking that the Panasonic GH6 would help Bluetooth 5, though this registration confirms that Panasonic is certainly engaged on it as promised and we’re not simply going to be caught with the principally incrementally up to date GH5 Mark II.
Nonetheless, this registration doesn’t essentially imply that the GH6 goes to come back any time quickly. Just about no actual specs of the GH6 have been launched, past what Panasonic set free on its initial development announcement, and the one leaked information we’ve seen thus far that appears even vaguely plausible is that Panasonic would possibly lastly supply phase detection autofocus.
The registration comes by means of Nokishita, who noticed it first and posted it to Twitter. Regardless that the GH6 continues to be fairly a method off being launched, we do have some information, which Panasonic launched through the growth announcement for the brand new digicam.
- It’ll be introduced later in 2021 (right now is only a growth announcement)
- It has a brand new high-speed sensor & new Venus engine “by no means been seen earlier than on a Lumix digicam”
- 10-bit 4:2:2: DCI 4K 60p video with limitless file time
- 10-bit 4K 120p HFR/VFR recording
- 10-bit 5.7K 60p video
- Goal worth – $2,500(ish)
Now we all know it’ll have Bluetooth 5 (however that was just about a given, because it’s fairly normal now) and presumably part detection autofocus.
Past that, we’ll have to simply wait and see… Or, maintain ready and seeing. For now, you’ll be able to see the registration here.