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Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera with Accessories Kit

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Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera with Accessories Kit
Key Features
  • Camera Bag
  • Memory Card
Comprising the essentials needed to begin shooting with your existing lens, the Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera with Accessories Kit from B&H pairs the sleek mirrorless camera with a memory card and a protective camera bag.
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Does the Lumix G9 II have Live ND and In-camera ...

Does the Lumix G9 II have Live ND and In-camera focus stacking features?
Asked by: Jeffrey
Per Panasonic, the Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera does not have In-Camera Focus stacking or Live ND. However, the G9 II does have Focus bracketing, Live View Composite and Hand Held High Resolution modes.
Answered by: Boyd H
Date published: 2023-12-07

Can i use Olympus teleconverter 1.4x with Olympus ...

Can i use Olympus teleconverter 1.4x with Olympus 90mm Lens on my Lumix g9 ii ?
Asked by: Ganesh
Hello! Please verify with the lens manufacturer whether the lens is compatible with a teleconverter. -M
Answered by: Panasonic Team
Date published: 2024-05-15

Will it work with the metabones adapter for Canon ...

Will it work with the metabones adapter for Canon glass?
Asked by: Robert
Yes, the Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera is compatible with all of the Metabones adapters for mounting a Canon EF lens to a Micro Four Thirds camera.
Answered by: Boyd H
Date published: 2023-10-01

Will my Gh6 Batteries be compatible?

Will my Gh6 Batteries be compatible?
Asked by: Rowan
The Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera uses the DMW-BLK22 battery which is the same battery the GH6 uses.
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2023-09-14

Can the camera record 4k all-intra 4:2:2 60p ...

Can the camera record 4k all-intra 4:2:2 60p 600mbps video internally, or is an ssd required?
Asked by: Mark
Hi, Mark! Lumix DC-G9M2 supports recording at 4k resolution, 60 frames per second with 4:2:2 chroma subsampling and 10-bit color depth. In the manual, it is mentioned as [4K/60p/422/10-I(H)] and [4K/60p/422/10-I(H)]. The recording frame rate for both is 59.94p and the bit rate (Mbps) is 800. Also, the video compression format is AVC. In both cases, the video is recorded internally on the camera's memory card and no external SSD is required. However, recording at these specifications might demand a high-quality and high-speed memory card to handle the data rate effectively. The recording file format is MOV and the bit rate mentioned in the manual, 800 Mbps, suggests the amount of data processed per second. This is sufficient for recording high-quality 4k videos at 60 frames per second with the specified chroma subsampling and color depth. For more details, please check the following page: https://help.na.panasonic.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/DCG9M2_DVQP3010ZA_ENG.pdf#page=136 . Hope this helps! -C
Answered by: Panasonic Team
Date published: 2024-02-09

Since there is no fan how long can you record ...

Since there is no fan how long can you record video before it gets hot?
Asked by: Bob
The Panasonic Lumix G9 II only overheats when shooting 4k 120P video for about 26 minutes. All other video modes never overheat based on current testing.
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2024-02-25

Does a cage for the S5II work on the G9II?

Does a cage for the S5II work on the G9II?
Asked by: Ralph W
Unless specified by the manufacturer, I would advise against using a case not designed for the Panasonic Lumix G9 II Mirrorless Camera. There is this as alternative: The Kondor Blue Cage for Panasonic G9 II (BH #KOBPG9IICOBK).
Answered by: Marvin C
Date published: 2024-02-21

What are the video specs of the HDMI output?

What are the video specs of the HDMI output?
Asked by: Noah
I don't think 5728 x 3024 is a standard HDMI resolution. If the G9 can produce it (which I doubt) there might be problems finding a device that can take it.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2023-09-24
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