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With its 24-megapixel sensor the a6300 is set up to take some great shots. In both JPEG and RAW modes images have great dynamic range with minimal noise. The image processing is of note as it sharpens images without artifacts present. Additionally, the camera includes S-LOG 2, a camera mode which enables a wider dynamic range, better color accuracy and increased flexibility for post processing. See More
The X-T2 is able to capture 4k video at 30 fps and HD video at 60 fps. By capturing footage at a higher resolution then downscaling it to 4k, X-T2 produces very detailed video. Additionally, with its F-log colour mode, the X-T2 is able to capture even more dynamic range. The inclusion of a built in micro HDMI port as well as 3.5 mm audio jack allows for external devices to be connected as well. As such, the X-T2 is ideally set up to produce fantastic content. See More
The X-T2 is a rugged camera whose body is both dust and moisture resistant. Additionally, it has been rated to work in temperatures as low as -10 degrees Celsius. Photographers that have used this on shoots have testified to its reliability in poor weather conditions. See More
Micro Four Thirds is an interchangeable lens system created by Olympus and Panasonic. The key benefit to this system is that there are over 60 lenses that are currently available for the LUMIX G4. In short, customers are buying into an incredibly rich and diverse ecosystem of lenses. See More
When shooting in low light, the LUMIX G4 tends to produce noisy images. Additionally, there is a slight tendency for images shot in low light settings to have a slight blue tint. While these issues can be somewhat corrected for with VLOG software and lens choice, this area needs improvement. See More
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